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Round Up: LaLiga transfer window

10:02 AM SGT 3/9/19
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Spanish topflight teams made over 150 signings with records broken along the line…

LaLiga clubs beefed up their squad towards a successful outing this season. Here, we run through the standout deadline day moves, the biggest transfers of the window and who reinforced the most


Javier Hernandez to Sevilla
Excitement all round at the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan as Sevilla brought in Mexican striker Javier Hernández from West Ham United on the final day of the window. Having spent the 2014/15 season at Real Madrid, he already knows the league and brings a wealth of experience with him.

Jason and Kenedy to Getafe
Getafe have been looking to strengthen in the wide positions and have done so with the loan acquisitions of Jason from Valencia and Kenedy from Chelsea. The Spaniard and Brazilian add some welcome talent and depth to the squad as Getafe look to campaign on both domestic and international (Europa League) fronts this season.

Alphonse Areola to Real Madrid
Real Madrid have a new backup goalkeeper. Keylor Navas has left for Paris Saint-Germain, with France international Alphonse Areola has moved in the opposite direction. The 26-year-old already has LaLiga experience, having previously played on loan for Villarreal in the 2015/16 season.

Thierry Correia to Valencia
Portuguese right-back Thierry Correia joined Valencia from Sporting CP on a five-year deal. Known for his versatility, the 20-year-old’s arrival is timely as regular full-back Cristiano Piccini is currently out with an injury. 

Rafinha to RC Celta
It’s been a summer of homecomings for Celta after tempting home former academy products Santi Mina (from Valencia) and Denis Suarez (Barcelona). They’ve now added another player from the Celta family, Barcelona’s Rafinha, who returns to Abanca Balaidos where he spent the 2013/14 season on loan. His father Mazinho also played for Celta, so this move is a special one for fans in Spain’s northwest. 



Frenkie de Jong to Barcelona
Barcelona revealed that they’d be signing Dutch midfielder Frenkie de Jong as early as January. The player dazzled for Ajax during their impressive Champions League run – being named Champions League Midfielder of the Year along the way – and is clearly one of the best midfield prospects to emerge in world football in recent years.

Borja Iglesias to Real Betis
Borja Iglesias played his first-ever season in LaLiga Santander in 2018/19 and to say that he hit the ground running would be an understatement. His 17 goals for Espanyol helped the Catalan side secure Europa League qualification and was quickly picked up this summer by Real Betis to lead their front line at the Benito Villamarin. Expect lots of goals in Seville this season.

Eden Hazard to Real Madrid
The former Premier League Player of the Season now plies his trade in LaLiga Santander. Real Madrid made Hazard their blockbuster signing of the summer, presenting him in front of a packed Santiago Bernabeu. Injury has prevented him from making his debut as yet, but big things are expected of the Belgian.

Antoine Griezmann to Barcelona
Barcelona signed one of the best attacking players in world football by bringing in Antoine Griezmann from rivals Atlético de Madrid. The French World Cup winner was Atleti’s top scorer in each of the past five seasons and will now line up alongside the likes of Lionel Messi and Luis Suárez to form a front line that will give defenders nightmares.

Joao Felix to Atletico Madrid
Diego Simeone explained that Atleti would try to replace Griezmann by signing a young player who could blossom into a top-class superstar. The youngster they identified was Benfica’s João Félix, who quickly whipped up excitement amongst Atleti fans with his performances in pre-season. A jaw-dropping dribble in the 19-year-old’s LaLiga Santander debut against Getafe caught the attention too, while he scored his first official goal for the club in the third week against Eibar.


Sevilla and their 13 signings
With sporting director Monchi back at the club, Sevilla have been the busiest team this summer; the revolving door at the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuán has hardly stopped spinning. In total, they’ve made 13 acquisitions by bringing in Diego Carlos (Nantes), Jules Kounde (Bordeaux), Sergio Reguilon (Real Madrid), Moanes Dabbur (RB Salzburg), Joan Jordan (Eibar), Fernando (Galatasaray), Nemanja Gudelj (Guangzhou Evergrande), Oliver Torres (Porto), Rony Lopes (Monaco), Luuk de Jong (PSV), Lucas Ocampos (O. Marseille), Javier Hernández (West Ham) and Bono (Girona).

Real Sociedad’s attacking reinforcements
La Real significantly bolstered their attacking by signing young Scandinavian talents Martin Ödegaard and Alexander Isak as well as the most experienced Portu. They’ve also added goalkeeper Alex Remiro, left-back Nacho Monreal and centre-back Modibo Sagnan. A very solid transfer window for the side from San Sebastian.

Atletico de Madrid’s squad revamp
Considering that Atletico Madrid saw Antoine Griezmann, Diego Godin, Lucas Hernandez, Rodri, Juanfran and Filipe Luís all leave the Wanda Metropolitano this summer, they won’t complain about the look of their new squad. In addition to future superstar Joao Felix, they also brought in Mario Hermoso (Espanyol), Felipe (Porto), Kieran Trippier (Tottenham), Marcos Llorente (Real Madrid), Renan Lodi (Athletico Paranaense) and Hector Herrera (Porto).