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  • Updated: August 31, 2020

Top Transfers Across Europe's Top 5 Leagues Ahead 2020-21 Season

Top Transfers Across Europe's Top 5 Leagues Ahead 2020-21 Se

Here are the Latest Transfers across Europe's Top 5 Leagues as each team prepares for the 2020-21 season in La Liga, EPL, Serie A, Bundesliga, and Ligue 1.

AllNews takes a look at top transfers and transfer fees in La Liga, EPL, Serie A, Bundesliga, and Ligue 1, signings, the impact of players and players profile.

Rodrigo (Valencia) ------- Leeds United (£26M)

Leeds United has been boosting their squad and the Spaniard is the latest addition to the squad after signing Robin Koch, and Sam Greenwood.

They will be playing Liverpool in their opening match in EPL and the 29-year old attacker might come in handy for Leeds United.

Dani Parejo and Coquelin (Valencia) --------- Villarreal (£13M)

Villarreal has signed both Valencia players with the yellow marines trying to be more competitive in the next La Liga season with Dani Parejo's wealth of knowledge and experience in the Spanish top-flight. Coquelin on his part had an altercation with the club's doctor but the major sales of both players have been economical than personal.

Dani Parejo fits into the squad immediately and Coquelin would also come in handy with fixture congestion and his aggression when facing a more attacking-minded team.

Matt Doherty (Wolves) ---------- Tottenham (£15M)

Matt Doherty has signed for Tottenham after completing a move away from Wolves probably in search of some European Football with Wolves failing to qualify for any European competition. He deleted his Arsenal-loving tweets after the move not annoy his new fans and owner as they are city rival with Arsenal. 

The right-back will provide cover for Serge Aurier, give more squad depth in case of injury which has plagued Tottenham in recent times as Jose Mourinho is not taking any chance.

Oscar Rodriguez (Real Madrid) -------- Sevilla (€16M)

Oscar completes the move to Sevilla from Madrid in a deal worth €16M but Real Madrid still holds 25% of the player's ownership and would take part in the player's transfer fee in case of future sales.

The attacking midfielder has joined Sevilla with him spending over 3 seasons at relegated Leganes scoring 13 goals in over 61 appearances. Real Madrid thinks it is time to cash in on him and allowed him to leave for Seville.

Adam Lallana (Liverpool) ---------- Brighton & Hove Albion (Free Transfer)

The midfielder now embarks on a new challenge after his six-year stay with the Reds concluded at the end of the 2019-20 Premier League season.

Brighton confirmed the signing of Lallana - who made 178 appearances and won the Premier League, Champions League, FIFA Club World Cup, and UEFA Super Cup during his time at Anfield.

The English player is capable of using both legs to play the ball but his injury woes have made him dropped low on the pecking order which later led to him shown the door at Anfield.

He joins Brighton now, at 32, and agreed on a 3-year deal which would keep him at Hove Albion till 2023.

Pedro (Chelsea) -------- Roma (Free Transfer)

After 5 years at the Stamford Bridge, Pedro says goodbye to Chelsea and moved to A.S Roma on a free transfer. After playing for Barcelona winning every trophy possible with UEFA Champions League (3), La Liga, FIFA World Cup (2), World Cup, European Championship, Europe League, UEFA Super Cup, Premier League with other trophies in his cabinet.

The Spaniard is one of the most successful players in the world of football scoring over 150 goals for both club and country. He holds the fastest goal in the EPL so far with his early strike against Manchester United.

Jan Vertonghen (Tottenham Hotspur) ------- Benfica (Free Transfer)

The Belgian defender signed for a new club, Benfica after completing his contract at the White Hart Lane, he left Tottenham for Portugal. 

The 33-year old signed a 3-year deal with Benfica which keeps him at the Portuguese club till 2023. He played for Ajax and joined Tottenham in 2012.

Thiago Silva (PSG) --------- Chelsea (Free Transfer)

Thiago has said his goodbyes after the UEFA Champions League final loss to Bayern Munich which cost him and PSG their first Champions League glory, the skipper has finished his contract with the French outfit and now takes his leave at 35.

The Brazilian joined Chelsea on a free transfer after the blues had spent heavily on Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech, and Ben Chilwell ahead of the new season, they brought Silva in to provide cover with experience and defensive play with Frank Lampard chase of the first silverware. 

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The 35-year old defender is in the twilight of his career having played for AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain winning trophies with them all. He also wants to grace the English Premier League with his presence and he has chosen the blues as his new home.

Claudio Bravo (Manchester City) ----------- Real Betis (Free Transfer)

The Chilean has returned to La Liga having played for Barcelona before moving to Manchester City. He won the treble with Barcelona in 2015 of which he was instrumental in, playing all League games except the Champions League and Copa del Rey which was kept for Marc Ter Stegen.

He returns now at 37 and signed for Real Betis to provide depth for Manuel Pellegrini's team and give some competition to  Joel Robles.

Morgan Schneiderlin (Everton) ------- Nice (£20M)

Everton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin has completed a transfer to French club Nice

Former Southampton player Schneiderlin, 30, joined Everton from Manchester United in January 2017.during which the Frenchman made 88 appearances, 71 from the start, and scored his lone Everton goal against West Bromwich Albion at Goodison Park two months after arriving.

Other notable transfers:

Martin Montoya (Brighton & Hove Albion) -------- Real Betis (undisclosed)

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