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The 15 most valuable footballers who left Argentine football in this transfer market


In Argentine football, in each transfer market, due to the economy of the country, and therefore that of the clubs, and being a football exporter of talents, It is usually more what goes away than what arrives, and this was not going to be the exception to the rule: the main figures of the tournament went abroadin search of new challenges and better economic opportunities.

If we analyze past periods of transfers, there were many who packed their bags, in recent weeks, to go to Brazilsince the Brazilian teams each time they have more budget to incorporate players and pay European salaries. Such were the cases ofamong several more.


However, this time, in the style of , we review the most valuable players who left Argentine football and emigrated to other countries of the world:

1- Julian Alvarez from River to Manchester City with a price of $23.5 million.

two- Enzo Fernandez from River to Benfica with a price of $15.3 million.

3- Jose Manuel Lopez from Lanús to Palmeiras with a price of $8.2 million.

4- Giuliano Galoppo from Banfield to Sao Paulo with a price of $7.1 million.

5- Nicholas Castro from Newell´s to Racing Genk with a price of $6.6 million.

6- Faust Vera from Argentinos to Corinthians with a price of $6.1 million.

7- Cristian Pavon from Boca to Atlético Mineiro with a price of $5.6 million.

8- Gaston Avila from Boca to Royal Antwerp with a price of $4.6 million.

9- Brian Romero from River to Internacional with a price of $4.1 million.

10- Gustavo Del Prete from Estudiantes to Pumas with a quote of $3.9 million.

eleven- Edward Salvio from Boca to Pumas with a price of $3.9 million.

12- Carlos Rotondi of Defense and Justice to Cruz Azul with a quote of $3.6 million.

13- white sunday from Independiente to SK Dnipro with a price of $3.6 million.

14- Alexandro Bernabei from Lanús to Celtic with a price of $3.4 million.

fifteen- Fabrizio Angileri from River to Getafe with a price of $3.1 million.

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