Everton had to sell

    Richarlison, joining Tottenham from Everton, was one of the 11 most expensive transfers of the past summer. At Spurs, it could even become the most expensive purchase in club history. The necessary basic transfer fee of 58 million euros apparently went hand in hand with the Londoners without any discussion – one of the reasons why it was Tottenham and not Chelsea for the Brazilian. Another was Antonio Conte.

    Haaland, Richarlison & Co.: Most expensive summer transfers in 2022

    Karim Adeyemi | RB Salzburg -> BVB | Transfer fee: €30 million

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    Market value: €35 million
    (Status: September 02, 2022)

    Sebastien Haller | Ajax -> BVB | Transfer fee: €31 million

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    Market value: €35 million

    Diego Carlos | Sevilla FC -> Aston Villa | Transfer fee: €31 million

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    Market value: €40 million

    Steven Bergwijn | Tottenham -> Ajax | Transfer fee: €31.25 million

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    Market value: €18 million

    Charles De Ketelaere | Club Brugge -> AC Milan | Transfer fee: €32 million

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    Market value: €30 million (possible bonuses: €3 million)

    Sadio Mané | Liverpool FC -> Bayern Munich | Transfer fee: €32 million

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    Market value: €70 million (possible bonuses: €9 million)

    Gonçalo Guedes | Valencia -> Wolverhampton | Transfer fee: €32.6 million

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    Market value: €40 million

    Brenden Aaronson | RB Salzburg -> Leeds | Transfer fee: €32.8 million

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    Market value: €25 million

    Amadou Onana | LOSC Lille -> Everton | Transfer fee: €35 million

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    Market value: €10 million

    Oleksandr Zinchenko | Man City -> Arsenal | Transfer fee: 35 million euros

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    Market value: €25 million

    Nayef Aguerd | Rennes Stadium -> West Ham United | Transfer fee: €35 million

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    Market value: €12 million

    Fabio Vieira | FC Porto -> FC Arsenal | Transfer fee: 35 million euros

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    Market value: €25 million

    Gianluca Scamacca | US Sassuolo -> West Ham United | Transfer fee: €36 million

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    Market value: €30 million

    Sven Botman | LOSC Lille -> Newcastle United | Transfer fee: €37 million

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    Market value: €30 million

    Kalidou Koulibaly | Naples -> Chelsea | Transfer fee: €38 million

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    Market value: €35 million

    Nuno Mendes | Sporting -> PSG (after loan) | Transfer fee: €38 million

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    Market value: €40 million

    Federico Chiesa | Florence -> Juventus (after loan) | Transfer fee: €40 million

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    Market value: €65 million (plus possible bonuses: €7.4 million)

    Bremen | Torino -> Juventus | Transfer fee: €41 million

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    Market value: €35 million (possible bonuses: €9 million)

    Vitinha | FC Porto -> PSG | Transfer fee: €41.5 million

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    Market value: €30 million

    Lucas Paqueta | Olympique Lyon -> West Ham United | Transfer fee: €42.5 million

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    Market value: €35 million

    Matheus Nunes | Sporting -> Wolverhampton | Transfer fee: €45 million

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    Market value: €35 million

    Robert Lewandowski | FC Bayern -> FC Barcelona | Transfer fee: €45 million

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    Market value: €45 million

    Calvin Phillips | Leeds United -> Man City | Transfer fee: €48.8 million

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    Market value: €50 million

    Cristiano Romero | Atalanta -> Tottenham | Transfer fee: €50 million

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    Market value: €48 million

    Jules Koundé | Sevilla FC -> Barcelona FC | Transfer fee: €50 million

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    Market value: €60 million

    Gabriel Jesus | Man City -> Arsenal | Transfer fee: €52.2 million

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    Market value: €50 million

    Raheem Sterling | Man City->Chelsea | Transfer fee: €56.2 million

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    Market value: €70 million

    Lisandro Martinez | Ajax -> Man United | Transfer fee: €57.4 million

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    Market value: €32 million

    Raphinha | Leeds->Barcelona | Transfer fee: €58 million

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    Market value: €45 million

    Richarlison | Everton -> Tottenham | Transfer fee: €58 million

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    Market value: €48 million

    Erling Haaland | BVB -> Man City | Transfer fee: €60 million

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    Market value: €150 million

    Marc Cucurella | Brighton->Chelsea | Transfer fee: €65.3 million

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    Market value: €28 million

    Matthijs de Ligt | Juventus -> FC Bayern | Transfer fee: €67 million

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    Market value: €70 million

    Alexander Isak | Real Sociedad -> Newcastle United | Transfer fee: €70 million

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    Market value: €30 million

    Casemiro | Real Madrid -> Manchester United | Transfer fee: €70.65 million

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    Market value: €40 million

    Darwin Nunez | Benfica -> Liverpool | Transfer fee: €75 million

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    Market value: €55 million (plus possible bonuses: €25 million)

    Aurélien Tchouameni | Monaco -> Real Madrid | Transfer fee: €80 million

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    Market value: €60 million (plus possible bonuses: €20 million)

    Wesley Fofana | Leicester -> Chelsea | Transfer fee: €80.4 million

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    Market value: €40 million

    Antony | Ajax -> Man United | Transfer fee: €95 million

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    Market value: €35 million (possible bonuses: €5 million)

    “I know Chelsea made an offer and I think Arsenal also contacted Everton to ask about my situation, but Spurs came and paid the fee. It’s as simple as that,” explained the striker (quoted via “Evening Standard“). “Everton had to sell some players to avoid a financial fair play issue and the negotiations were very short to be honest.”

    Richarlison did not reveal what would have been necessary for him personally so that the trip to London would have gone to Chelsea instead of Spurs. On the other hand, he links the decision for Tottenham with coach Conte. “I was on holiday in Brazil when I heard that Tottenham had made an offer to Everton,” said the Seleção forward, who scored twice for Brazil in Friday’s friendly against Ghana. I was happy because they are a huge team. Then it was about the clubs negotiating a deal and fortunately everything went well. Antonio Conte called me during the negotiations and stressed how much he wanted me on board – that was crucial for my decision.”

    Fulham 7th London Premier League club – The capital’s 14 professional stadiums

    Brentford Community Stadium – Capacity: 18,250

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    PREMIER LEAGUE – Home of Brentford

    Selhurst Park – Capacity: 26,047

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    PREMIER LEAGUE – Home of Crystal Palace

    Craven Cottage – Capacity: 29,600 (after remodeling; current 22,384)

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    PREMIER LEAGUE – home ground of Fulham FC

    Stamford Bridge – Capacity: 41,837

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    PREMIER LEAGUE – Home of Chelsea

    London Stadium – Capacity: 60,000

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    PREMIER LEAGUE – West Ham United’s home ground

    Emirates Stadium – Capacity: 60,704

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    PREMIER LEAGUE – Arsenal’s home ground

    Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – Capacity: 62,062

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    PREMIER LEAGUE – Home of Tottenham Hotspur

    Loftus Road – Capacity: 18,360

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    CHAMPIONSHIP – Home of Queens Park Rangers

    The Den – Capacity: 20,146

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    CHAMPIONSHIP – Home of Millwall

    The Valley – Capacity: 26,875

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    LEAGUE ONE – Home of Charlton Athletic

    Plow Lane Stadium – Capacity: 9,300

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    LEAGUE ONE – Home of AFC Wimbledon

    The Breyer Group Stadium – Capacity: 9,271

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    LEAGUE TWO – Home of Leyton Orient

    Bourough Sports Ground – Capacity: 5,013

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    LEAGUE TWO – Home of Sutton United

    Wembley Stadium – Capacity: 90,000

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    NATIONAL STADIUM – home stadium of the national team

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