Well, it has been quite a transfer window. We’ve seen some big prices for big players and some shock transfers no one would have expected. Whilst World Cup form played a large part in a lot of these transfers, some had been months coming. Without further ado, here are the 7 Biggest Transfers of the Summer Transfer Window.
Luis Suarez to Barcelona (€81m)
Atalanta midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura has been quickly snapped up by AC Milan and has signed a five-year deal with the Rossoneri after an earlier deal with Jonathan Biabiany broke down.
Micah Richards has this evening completed his season long loan deal from Manchester City to Fiorentina.
Ricardo Alvarez to Sunderland has been confirmed by the club's official website. The Argentine will be joining the Premier League side on a season-long loan from Internazionale.
Manchester City strikers Alvaro Negredo and John Guidetti continue to be linked with an exit from the club.
AC Milan have officially announced the signing of Jonathan Biabiany from Parma with Christian Zaccardo reportedly going the other way in cash-plus-player deal.
Hull City boss Steve Bruce has confirmed his side has closed a club-record deal of £9.5million to sign Abel Hernandez from Palermo.
The veteran striker will pen down a 3 year deal with the Hull City and an option of another year depending on number of games he might play.
He can be considered a well deserved replacement for Shane Long.
And it now appears Bruce has finally added a striker to his ranks after confirming the club has received a work permit for the 24-year-old.
Napoli have been strongly linked with Tottenham's Brazilian midfielder all summer, but any potential deal here is seen as totally dead, leaving QPR to lead the charge for Sandro.