Even with the international qualifying matches on its way, football fans all over the world are still talking about the transfer window that just closed. If you have been following it, you would know that this season was indeed one to remember. The most expensive transfer had been completed with PSG almost breaking the banks. Manchester United and Chelsea stole each other’s potential transfer strikers and Barcelona finally placing one of their 3 potential targets. The once sleeping giants A.C Milan are making a comeback with a nearly new starting 11. Ligue 1 champions Monaco are expected to filed a new 11 but that is mostly due to desperation as they had nearly half their winning squad being bought. UEFA and La Liga winners Real Madrid, who are known to be heavy spenders this time around made a profit in the transfer window and had no galacticos to their name, just a few youngsters. The football community is waiting to see how the outcomes will turn out.
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