Rest Of Europe Transfers 2016/2017

  • Player
  • Country
  • To
  • From
  • Price
  • Davinson Sanchez
    Defender
  • Colombia
  • Ajax
  • Atletico Nacional
  • 5million
  • Andre Horta
    Midfielder
  • Portugal
  • Benfica
  • Vitoria Setubal
  • undisclosed
  • Andre Carrillo
    Midfielder
  • Peru
  • Benfica
  • Sporting CP
  • Free
  • Yunis Abdelhamid
    Defender
  • France
  • Dijon
  • Valenciennes
  • Free
  • Jonas Gomes de Sousa
    Midfielder
  • Brazil
  • Dinamo Zagreb
  • Flamengo
  • Loan
  • Alexandre Mendy
    Attacker
  • France
  • Guingamp
  • OGC Nice
  • Free
  • Eder
    Attacker
  • Portugal
  • Lille
  • Swansea
  • undisclosed
  • Paul Delecroix
    Goalkeeper
  • France
  • Lorient
  • Niort
  • Free
  • Maciej Rybus
    Midfielder
  • Poland
  • Lyon
  • Terek Grozny
  • Free
  • Hiroki Sakai
    Midfielder
  • Japan
  • Marseille
  • Hannover
  • Free
  • Yann Jouffre
    Midfielder
  • France
  • Metz
  • Lorient
  • undisclosed
  • Simon Falette
    Defender
  • France
  • Metz
  • Brest
  • undisclosed
  • Franck Signorino
    Defender
  • France
  • Metz
  • Reims
  • Free
  • Youssef Ait Bennasser
    Midfielder
  • Morocco
  • Monaco
  • Nancy
  • 3million
  • Serge N'Guessan
    Midfielder
  • Ivory Coast
  • Nancy
  • AFAD Djekanou
  • undisclosed
  • Felipe Augusto
    Defender
  • Brazil
  • Porto
  • Corinthians
  • 6.2million
  • Joao Teixeira
    Midfielder
  • Portugal
  • Porto
  • Liverpool
  • undisclosed
  • Joey Barton
    Midfielder
  • England
  • Rangers
  • Burnley
  • Free
  • Niko Kranjcar
    Midfielder
  • Croatia
  • Rangers
  • NY Cosmos
  • Free
  • Jordan Rossiter
    Midfielder
  • England
  • Rangers
  • Liverpool
  • Free
  • Clement Chantome
    Midfielder
  • France
  • Rennes
  • Bordeaux
  • Free
  • Paul Nardi
    Goalkeeper
  • France
  • Rennes
  • Monaco
  • Loan
  • Karl Toko
    Attacker
  • Cameroon
  • SCO Angers
  • Sochaux
  • 1million
  • Mateo Pavlovic
    Defender
  • Croatia
  • SCO Angers
  • Werder Bremen
  • Free
  • Steed Malbranque
    Midfielder
  • France
  • SM Caen
  • Lyon
  • Free
  • Bryan Dabo
    Midfielder
  • France
  • Saint-Etienne
  • Montepellier
  • undisclosed
  • Radosav Petrovic
    Midfielder
  • Serbia
  • Sporting CP
  • Dynamo Kyiv
  • 2million
  • Christopher Jullien
    Defender
  • France
  • Toulouse
  • SC Freiburg
  • 3million
  • Jessy Pi
    Midfielder
  • France
  • Toulouse
  • Monaco
  • 700,000

Football Transfers in Europe

While English Premier League Transfers, Spanish La Liga Transfers and Italian Serie A transfers have been allocated a special section on our website, all other football transfers will be displayed on the Rest of Europe Transfers page. This could easily become one of the most visited pages on Soccernews seeing that great football is also played outside the three aforementioned leagues.

German Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Bayer Leverkusen and others are thinking of ways to stay one step ahead of the competition, so there is no doubt that these clubs will be well represented on the European soccer transfers page. Every time the Bavarians fail to win the league title, they embark on a heavy spending spree, while other Bundesliga clubs are also expected to be very active in the transfer window.

The clubs in French Ligue 1 have been so evenly matched over the last few years that one big name signing has usually proved to be the difference in the very interesting title race, and you can be sure that you will be the first to know of any football transfers that Marseille, Lyon, Paris Saint-Germain, Lille and others complete.

When we talk about Portugal, there is every chance that Benfica, Porto and Sporting Lisbon will announce several low-profile signings, at least one of which would prove to be a star in the making. Sporting Braga are doing their best to stay close to the Big Three of Portuguese football and they are traditionally the club that are the busiest during the transfer windows.

With so much money being invested in the squads every single year, it is no wonder that Russian Premier League is quickly closing the gap behind leading European championships. Everything suggests that clubs like Zenit, CSKA, Spartak Moscow and Dynamo Moscow will continue to spend piles of cash on South American players, as well as on their European counterparts driven mostly by materialistic motives.

Ukrainian giants Dynamo Kyiv and Metalurg Donetsk have developed a habit of spending more money on new signings than some of the biggest European clubs, although their investments usually pay off when the players move to one of the European giants.

Taking all these leagues into account and few others, we can safely say that European transfers will be a real hit with the football fans and you certainly shouldn’t be surprised by the huge transfer fees you are likely to see in the price column.