Transfer Window 2022: Latest Updates From The Market


There is a lot of buzz around the biggest transfer season of the year.

Clubs now have a great deal more time to investigate and bargain with players who might strengthen the squad after a year of knowing team weaknesses and strengths thanks to the transfer window in January. In all, there are two opportunities to make a trade. For midseason additions, a second window opens in January. However, due to game scheduling, travel, and other obstacles, fewer transactions are done at this time than during the summer window.

Yet, Major League Soccer’s season is not in sync with Europe’s top divisions. The MLS has also 2 windows, the first of which lasted from February 10th to May 4th, and the second of which will begin in July. Though several teams have already completed deals, the formal start of the window for each major league is different. Leagues will not officially approve the contracts until July 

The question is, which players are leaving the club and going where?

Here’s the lowdown on the major leagues’ windows and the transactions that have been made:

What Are The Major Transfers That Have Taken Place This Season

ST Erling Haaland, a $66 million transfer from Borussia Dortmund to Manchester City

CDM Aurélien Tchouameni: $88 million transfer from AS Monaco to Real Madrid

ST It cost Liverpool $82.5 million to acquire Darwin Nez from Benfica.

RW Fiorentina paid $44 million for Juventus to get Federico Chiesa.

LB Sporting CP paid $41.8 million to bring Nuno Mendes from their team to Paris Saint-Germain.

CAM Brenden Aaronson’s transfer from RB Salzburg to Leeds United cost $36.1 million.

CB For $34.1 million, Diego Carlos moved from Sevilla to Aston Villa.

ST RB Salzburg paid $33 million to bring Karim Adeyemi to Borussia Dortmund.

CB Transfer fee waived for Niklas Süle from Bayern Munich to Borussia Dortmund

CAM Fulham’s transfer of Fabio Carvalho to Liverpool cost them $6.40 million.

CDM Andres Zambo Anguisa, from Fulham to Napoli for $16.5 million (RW). Douglas Costa’s move from Juventus to the LA Galaxy was a free one.

 GK Gavin Bazunu: $15.4 million transfer fee from Manchester City to Southampton.

RB Calvin Ramsay, $5.38 million, Aberdeen to Liverpool