Just like any other summer transfer window, this window has been nothing less than a rollercoaster. Top players from Europe’s big five leagues have been linked with moves away from their clubs whilst some big name signings from small clubs have also been on the radar.
Many teams have been on the look-out to bolster their squad and have left no stone unturned ahead of the new season. Each team has looked to make improvements to their current starting XI. Let’s take a look at the top five most expensive signings of the summer transfer window
1) Harry Kane (Bayern Munich – 120 million )
With their talismanic striker entering his final year of his contract, Tottenham reportedly accepted a bid of 100 million dollars plus 20 million in add-ons for Harry Kane. Despite the fact that Kane seemed to enjoy working with his new manager, Ange Postecoglou, he remained hesitant to sign a new deal seeking a new challenge.
According to a post from David Ornstein, the 30-year-old is presently in the midst of committing to a four-year agreement with Bayern and is still waiting for approval from Spurs to make the trip to Munich for his medical tests. The deal is 90% complete and Harry Kane will soon become the most expensive player of the summer transfer window.