Darwin Nunes is Portugal’s second most expensive transfer ever: Check out the list – Benfica

Liverpool will pay Benfica €75m (ME) to sign Uruguay international Darwin Nunes, which constitutes the Portuguese footballer’s second most expensive transfer after Joao Felix.

eagle reported this morning The striker’s move to an English club turned out to be the league’s most expensive acquisition two years ago when he was recruited from Almeria, Spain as a 24-man squad, and will switch to a 75-man tier, to which 25 can be added to the tier of 25 for a total of 100 ME.

The biggest deal in the national club’s sales history is just below the 120 ME that Spain’s Atletico Madrid paid to Benfica in the summer of 2019 to hire Joao Felix.

‘Corcioneros’ agreed to pay a release clause for the young striker, who at 19 became the most expensive Portuguese player of all time, surpassing Cristiano Ronaldo, who was named the world’s best player five times in 2018 Costs 100 ME/ 19 for Juventus.

In the ‘ranking’ of the most expensive deals, Darwin Nunes has overtaken defender Ruben Dias in the 2020/21 season as Manchester City reinforcements, according to data passed to the Securities Markets Commission (CMVM) 68 I.

Midfielder Bruno Fernandes is no longer on the national podium but remains Sporting’s most expensive transfer ever before, in the 2019/20 season, he swapped the “Lions” for Manchester United’s English, for 55 ME.

Brazilian defender Éder Militão, Spain’s Real Madrid paid him 50 players in 2019, the biggest deal for the Porto club for Colombian striker Luis Diaz (Liverpool) and James Rodriguez (Monaco) left with 45 players.

Also in the same group is winger Nuno Mendes, who moved from Atlético Portugal to Paris Saint-Germain at the end of the season for a fee of 45, a permanent transfer fee of 38, and a further seven in 2021/22. season loan.

After the ‘top 8′ in this table, 6 players have created 40 ME places for Benfica, Porto and Sporting, a batch started by Colombian striker Radamel Falcao, who started from the ”Top 8”. Dragons’ move to Atlético de Madrid, completed in 2011 at Fabio Silva, was bought from the same club by England’s Wolverhampton two years earlier.

Fabio Silva also became the third most expensive under-18 footballer of all time, only to be replaced in the summers of 2018 and 2019 by Brazilian forwards Vinicius Junior and Rodrigo, who were in Real Madrid cost 45 ME.

In 2012, the Russian from Zenit St Petersburg released 40 ME for the purchase of Brazilian striker Hulk and Belgian midfielder Axel Witsel from Benfica from club Porto.

Sporting joined the restricted “club” in 2016, when midfielder Joao Mario joined Inter Milan, worth $40 more than the only goalkeeper in the top 15, Brazilian Ederson, by Benfica. Manchester City paid.


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