Transfer activity from clubs across the continent of Europe is well underway. While a couple of Europe’s elite clubs have begun their transfer business early, and the rumor mill has been heating up, there have been a number of already completed transfers that have slipped under the radar and gone largely unnoticed. In each clubs’ pursuit of glory and chasing trophies, here are a few under the radar already completed done deals this summer that could make a big splash in the upcoming season.
Here is a list of some completed transfers to new clubs, reported and confirmed by Transfermarkt:
Ihlas Bebou (Hannover 96 to Hoffenheim)
Togolese 25-year-old right winger Ihlas Bebou has completed a permanent transfer from recently relegated Hanover 96 from the Bundesliga to TSG 1899 Hoffenheim for a fee of €8,500,000. With Hoffenheim having finished mid-table last season in the Bundesliga, this signing could help their goalscoring options which could catapult them higher up with the big boys in the German top flight.
Diego Carlos (Nantes to Sevilla)
26-year-old center-back Diego Carlos, a native of Sao Paulo, Brazil, has joined Sevilla from French Club Nantes for €15,000,000. Strong performances for the defender has caught the attention of the Seville based club who is looking to strengthen their defensive ranks to compete with La Liga’s elite.
Renzo Saravia (Racing Club to Porto)
25-year-old Argentina right-back Renzo Saravia, who will be featuring for his country at this summer’s Copa America, has secured a move to Portuguese Powerhouse FC Porto for a fee of €5,500,000.
Edimilson Fernandes (West Ham to Mainz)
23-year-old Swiss midfielder Edimilson Fernandes, who was once a prospect at Premier League club West Ham United, has followed suit the handful of young players making the jump from the English Premier League to the German Bundesliga, joining FSV Mainz 05 for a fee of €9,000,000
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