Who has the highest transfer fee?
The 222 million euro transfer of Brazilian player Neymar from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) in August 2017 is the all-time highest fee for a soccer transfer….
|Transfer fee in million euros
|Kylian Mbappé (18/19)
|Philippe Coutinho (17/18)
|Ousmane Dembélé (17/18)
Who is the world’s most expensive footballer?
The most expensive footballer in history remains Neymar following his transfer from Barcelona to PSG in 2017. The Brazil international left Camp Nou for PSG in a move worth €222m (£200m), ending an impressive four-year stay with Barca.
What percentage of a transfer fee goes to the player?
It can vary depending on clauses. If there are no clauses put in by the previous club – if I remember correctly, 10% (in most cases) goes to the player’s agent while a small fee (often 5%) goes to the player’s 1st club as solidarity contribution/training compensation, rest of it goes to the selling club.
What is the highest transfer fee in the Premier League?
Jack Grealish to Man City: Top 10 most expensive Premier League transfers of all time
- Paul Pogba – £93.25m, Juventus to Manchester United.
- Romelu Lukaku – £90m, Everton to Manchester United.
- Harry Maguire – £80m, Leicester City to Manchester United.
- Kai Havertz – £75.8m, Bayer Leverkusen to Chelsea.
How much did Real Madrid pay Ronaldo?
Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) : 133 million €
Can a player refuse a transfer?
While teams have to come to an agreement on the financial aspects of a transfer, only the player himself can decide whether to move or not. He might already want to move, but he has the power to decline a transfer as well. Of course, the players are not often the ones to put their demands directly to a club.
Do footballers get any of their transfer fee?
The majority of the transfer fee is paid to the selling club. However, there might be some additional clauses in the player’s contract such as a sell-on clause, that enables a third party to get some percentage of the transfer fee.
Who is the most expensive PL player?
Romelu Lukaku has become the second most expensive purchase by a Premier League club following his return to Chelsea from Inter Milan. Jack Grealish became the most expensive incoming Premier League player after he signed for Manchester City in a deal worth a reported £100million.