Cristiano Ronaldo, Joao Felix and more are among the current 2022 Window Transfer most surprising deals.
Cristiano Ronaldo in top 4 shocking January signings 2023 as we take a look at the current transfer window with deals that out of nowhere.
Cristiano Ronaldo to Al Nassr, free agent
Cristiano Ronaldo completing a lucrative move to Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr after his explosive divorce with Manchester United which happened only weeks ahead of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
The Portuguese legendary strikers joined Saudi Arabian football club Al Nassr, seeing him earning 200 million USD per year.
Joao Felix – Atletico Madrid to Chelsea, loan
Chelsea have beaten off Man Utd and Arsenal to the signing of Joao Felix; Portugal forward becomes Chelsea’s fourth January signing.
The La Liga club allowed Felix to leave due to his difficult relationship with Diego Simeone.
The 23-year-old becomes Chelsea’s fourth signing of the month following the arrivals of Benoit Badiashile, David Datro Fofana and Andrey Santos. Felix then made his debut not long after, which ended up a nightmare with him receiving red card for a clumsy tackle….
Cody Gakpo – PSV Eindhoven to Liverpool, £35m-£45m
It was a surprising deal, not because of Gakpo’s quality, but for Liverpool’s decision.
The Netherlands striker showed his class during the World Cup as Oranje went all the way to the quarterfinal, and it was easy to understand that he caught eyes of some big clubs.
Liverpool had not planned to sign a forward in January, but injuries to Diogo Jota and Luis Diaz coupled with interest from rivals prompted the club to accelerate their interest; the fee is £35m-£45m and Gakpo is understood to have agreed to a deal until 2028
Mykhailo Mudryk – Shakhtar to Chelsea, £85m
This is among the most, or it is the most shocking deal of the current transfer window of 2023, when Chelsea announced Mykhailo Mudryk.
The winger was supposed to join Arsenal after talks and talks between the English club and Shakhtar, but then Chelsea showed up and presented a better deal to sign Mykhailo on an eight-and-a-half year contract.
Meanwhile, The Blues has spent around £157.7m spent during the current window, but still struggled in the league…