10 best signings of the summer transfer window
The 2017 summer transfer window has been one of the craziest in recent times. As a matter of fact, the worldwide transfer record, previously held by Paul Pogba, following his transfer from Juventus to Manchester United for a reported fee of around £89.3 million in 2016.
This year, though, that record was broken thrice - by Neymar JR (from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain for £197 million), Ousmane Dembelé (from Dortmund to Barcelona for £93 million) and Kylian Mbappé (from Monaco to Paris Saint-Germain for £124.5 million) respectively.
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That said, let's take a look at the 10 best signings of the last transfer window, with the deciding factor being how influential they are expected to be for their new clubs.
#10 - Mohamed Salah
Mohamed Salah has had an excellent start to life in England, having already scored 3 goals and mustered 1 assist in his first 6 games.
Liverpool were in desperate need for a new winger on the opposite flank of Sadio Mané, so that they can accommodate Philippe Coutinho in a more creative central role.
The Egyptian international was the missing puzzle, and the £37.34 million that the Reds paid for him, could potentially be considered a bargain.