Central Argentino


Sarmiento de La Banda

Unión Santiago


Defensores Esquiú



Vélez de San Ramón

Atlético Policial


Club Atlético Güemes

Comercio Central Unidos


Instituto Santiago

Juventud Unida RC


Banda Norte

Tiro Federal Morteros


Argentino Peñarol

Sarmiento Leones


Alm. Brown Malagueño

Racing Córdoba



Las Palmas



Defensores La Boca


San Lorenzo Rodeo

Atlético Peñaflor


Trinidad San Juan

San Martín Rodeo


Sportivo del Bono

Juventud Alianza


Sportivo Peñarol

Independiente V. Obrera


Atlético Colón Junior

Rodeo del Medio



Luján de Cuyo


La Libertad



Atlético Palmira

Deportivo Montecaseros


Jorge Newbery VM

San Martín Mendoza


Huracán San Rafael

Alianza Campo Largo


Atlético Laguna Blanca



Primero de Mayo

Argentinos del Norte


San Martín Formosa

Sol de América


Huracán Las Breñas

Libertad Formosa


Juventud Unida C.

Comunicaciones Mercedes


Ferroviario Corrientes

Huracán Montecarlo


Central Goya

Deportivo Madariaga


Defensores Pto. Vilelas

Huracán Goya



Villa Alvear


Resistencia Central



Arsenal Viale

Belgrano Paraná


Colegiales Concordia

Viale María Grande


Libertad Concordia

Santa María de Oro


Atlético Villa Elisa

Atlético Uruguay


Deportivo Achirense

Atlético San Jorge


Juventud Pueyrredón

PSM Fútbol


Coronel Aguirre

Rivadavia Venado Tuerto


Unión Totoras

Tiro Federal


Ben Hur



9 de Julio Rafaela

Def. Fraile Pintado


Tiro Gimnasia San Pedro

San Francisco Bancario


Camioneros Argentinos

Talleres de Perico


Los Cachorros Salta

Mitre de Salta



Atletico Pellegrini


Independiente HY

Atletico Progreso


Almirante Brown de Lules

Central Norte


Atlético Amalia

Sportivo Guzmán


Deportivo Aguilares

Bella Vista Tucuman


San Antonio






Independiente Chivilcoy




Newbery Junín


Atlético Camioneros

Everton La Plata


El Linqueño



Bragado Club

Sportivo Barracas Colón


Atlético Baradero

Juventud Pergamino


Sports Salto

Sportivo Baradero


Belgrano San Nicolás

Defensores de Salto



General Rojo UD



Deportivo Villalonga


All Boys Santa Rosa



Racing Olavarría

General Belgrano


Bella Vista

Ferro Carril Sud


Tiro Federal BB

Huracán Ingeniero White


Liniers Bahía Blanca

Racing Balcarce


Ferrocarril Roca

El Porvenir


Circulo Deportivo

El León


Independiente S.Cayetano

Kimberley Mar del Plata


Norberto de la Riestra

Independiente Tandil


Argentinos 25 de Mayo



Boxing Club

Independiente Pto. SJ


Los Cuervos

Huracán de Comodoro


Olimpia Juniors

Estrella Norte


Jorge Newbery CR

Independiente Río Col.


La Amistad

Cruz del Sur


Racing Trelew

25 de Mayo La Pampa


J.J. Moreno

Germinal de Rawson


Pacífico Neuquen

Sol de Mayo


Deportivo Rincón


2' L. Fredes | 10' A. Bordon | 33' L. Acevedo | 48' M. Michel | 61' M. Michel


Villa Dalmine

Boca Unidos


Brown Adrogue

14' J. Garcia | 46' L. Nieto


16' Danielzinho Simoes | 41' Mazinho | 54' Lidio



Brasil de Pelotas

32' B. Freitas | 57' Nem


Paysandu PA

73' Marcao





90' D. Jussani

Flamengo RJ

7' O. Berrio | 90' E. Ribeiro (pen.)



46' H. Almeida

Santos AP


São Paulo AP



York Region

Lobos BUAP

14' L. Quinones | 31' J. Quinones


Santos Laguna

22' O. Martinez | 43' J. Furch

Club America



86' Melilivu (pen.)

Toronto FC

5' J. Chapman


Colorado Rapids

76' D. Badji

DC United

62' B. Boswell


Houston Dynamo

6' A. Wenger | 15' M. Manotas | 17' M. Rodriguez

Montreal Impact

24' M. Salazar


FC Dallas

52' C. Colman | 63' C. Colman

Columbus Crew

65' J. Meram


Philadelphia Union

New England Revolution

16' L. Nguyen | 34' K. Kamara | 70' T. Bunbury | 73' T. Bunbury


Los Angeles Galaxy

22' D. Steres | 53' D. Steres | 79' A. Lassiter

La Guaira

49' J. Azocar | 78' D. Bracho





New York Cosmos



New York Cosmos

53' E. Calvillo | 77' E. Ledesma

North Carolina




26' E. Mosquera | 46' A. Stephens




9' A. Palacio


Plaza Amador

3' J. Murillo | 35'

Curico Unido




U. De Chile

3' Y. Leiva | 74' L. Benegas



U. De Concepcion



30' D. Gonzalez | 70' D. Gonzalez





32' D. Fall | 46' | 70' D. Konig


Harrisburg City Islanders

Tampa Bay

40' J. Cole | 69' M. Paterson



Richmond Kickers

46' Oliver | 47' L. Fernando Nascimento | 87' S. Asante



39' A. Jones | 69' K. Tribbett


14' W. Galeano | 43' S. Mena



38' M. Payares


63' G. Chiellini



15' Neymar | 26' Neymar

Top 10 Most Expensive Transfers Ever

Nothing gets football fans more excited than a big transfer. Over the last few years, the record fee has been broken a number of times and this trend can be expected to continue. A number of European super clubs feature on the top 10 list that counts down the most expensive transfers ever.

10) Kaka – AC Milan to Real Madrid (£56 million) 

Midfield legend Kaka was one of the best players in the world in 2009. At the beginning of the year, he had been voted the fourth best player in the world by FIFA and finished sixth place in the Ballon d’Or voting. By June, La Liga runners-up Real Madrid came knocking. A £56 million bid was too good for Milan to turn down, and the Brazilian moved across the continent to become a galactico.

9) Angel Di Maria – Real Madrid to Manchester United (£59.7 million)  

After finishing seventh in the Premier League following a disappointing campaign in 2013/14, Manchester United needed to add some stars to their squad. David Moyes had lasted less than a year in charge at Old Trafford, and Louis van Gaal had been appointed the club’s new manager. After a 2-1 home defeat to Swansea City on the opening day of the season, followed by a 1-1 draw away to Sunderland, United took drastic action.

On August 26, 2014, Di Maria signed a five-year contract at Old Trafford, moving from Real Madrid for a fee of £59.7 million. At the time, he became the most expensive signing ever made by an English club. Unfortunately for United, the Argentine never really lived up to his price tag and was shipped off to Paris Saint-Germain for £44 million a year later.

8) Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Inter Milan to Barcelona (£59 million + Samuel Et0’o)

After impressing for Inter in the 2008/09 campaign, Ibrahimovic drew the attention of Spanish giants Barcelona, who were seen as the best club in the world at the time. The Swedish striker had finished the season as Serie A top scorer and drove his club to another Italian league title.

In July 2009, he arrived at the Camp Nou for a fee of £59 million plus Samuel Eto’o, who went in the other direction. Although Ibrahimovic won La Liga and the Spanish Super Cup during his two seasons at Barca, he only played 46 games and left on bad terms with manager Pep Guardiola. He has been quoted criticising the former Barcelona boss, saying:

“You bought a Ferrari, but you drove it like a Fiat.”

7) James Rodriguez – AS Monaco to Real Madrid (£63 million)

At the 2014 World Cup, Columbian forward Rodriguez burst onto the world stage. He was relatively unknown in Europe at the time, despite playing for French side AS Monaco. In Brazil, he scored in all three of his country’s group games and assisted another five. He scored another two as Columbia brushed aside rivals Uruguay in the round of 16. His first goal in that game will go down in history as one of the greatest goals ever scored at a World Cup. It was voted goal of the tournament, and later on, goal of the year. His fairytale ended in the quarter-finals at the hands of hosts Brazil, but the 23-year-old had announced himself as a superstar.

A dream move from France to Spain followed, with Rodriguez joining Madrid for £63 million. Since joining Los Blancos, the Columbian has continued to grow into one of the best players in Europe and is attracting more interest from a number of other top clubs.

6) Neymar – Santos to Barcelona (£71.5 million)

Before moving to Barcelona in 2013, a 22-year-old Neymar had been attracting worldwide interest and had already been made the poster boy for Brazilian football. He had spent almost all of his youth career at Santos, and after scoring 54 goals in 103 games for their senior side, Barcelona came in. The Spanish club’s vice-president Josep Maria Bartomeu stated the initial fee was just over £49 million, but later investigations from the Spanish government reveal it to have been much more.

In January 2014, Barcelona revealed Neymar’s transfer fee actually cost £71.5 million. In purely footballing terms, it was still a good deal, as the Brazilian has 59 goals in 102 games. He has also won everything on offer in Europe and is one of the standout players in what is widely recognised as the best football team in the world.

5) Luis Suarez – Liverpool to Barcelona (£75 million) 

In his 2013/14 campaign with Liverpool, Suarez was agonisingly close to delivering Premier League glory to a club that had never tasted it. They finished just two points behind winners Manchester City, and the heartbreak may have contributed to the Uruguayan’s departure from Anfield.

After winning the Premier League golden boot with 31 goals in 33 games, he was named PFA Player of the Year and the Football Association Writer’s (FAW) Player of the Year. On the continental stage, he was named Europe’s most influential player, ahead of the likes of Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Ibrahimovic.

It’s no surprise that Barcelona came knocking again for one of the most established players in the world. The move cost them £75 million and was never going to be rejected by Liverpool. However, Suarez was banned from playing football for four months for biting Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini at the 2014 World Cup.

Since his first game in October 2014, Suarez has gone on to score 64 goals in 73 appearances and has formed part of the greatest forwards trio of all time alonside Neymar and Messi.

4) Gonzalo Higuain – Napoli to Juventus (£75.3 million) 

Perhaps the most suprising name on the list, Higuain is the fourth most expensive player in history following his move from Napoli to league rivals Juventus in the summer of 2016. It was a move that came out of nowhere, and the Argentine striker arguably doesn’t justify his huge price tag. He did win the Serie A golden boot, known as the ‘Capocannoniere’ in 2015/16 with 36 goals, which equalled a record set in 1929. No other player scored more than 20 goals in the Italian league last season but Juve’s Paulo Dybala came close with 19.

As Alvaro Morata returned to Madrid over the summer, Juventus were left without a striker, so dipped deep into their transfer fund to prize Higuain away from their old rivals. Since moving to Turin, the 28-year-old has nine goals in 15 games and seven from 11 in the league. The return is good, but is it worth over £75 million?

3) Cristiano Ronaldo – Manchester United to Real Madrid (£83.7 million)

By the time he moved to Spain in 2009, Ronaldo had established himself as one of the best in the world and had won everything on offer in England, multiple times. He left United in a blaze of glory after secruing his third Premier League title.

There was really only one club Ronaldo could go to that would ensure his rise would continue, and in 2009 he became a galactico. Like at United, he’s won everything on offer in Spain, including two more Champions League’s. He has also found individual success, winning the Ballon d’Or twice since joining Madrid and he has been named the best player in Europe two more times. Ronaldo and Messi have battled for the title of the world’s greatest for the last five years and the fight seems far from over. But when it comes to expense, only one makes the list.

2) Gareth Bale – Tottenham Hotspur to Real Madrid (85.3 million) 

Bale was not quite the complete player he is today when he first joined Madrid in 2013. Of course, he was one of the best in Europe that year and the price tag was justified. Bale won both the PFA Players’ Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year awards in his last season with Spurs and also won the FAW’s Player of the Year Award too.

Since becoming a galactico, the Welshman has grown into one of the best in the world. Madrid toughened him up allowing Bale to add strength to his game that was largely based on speed and agility. Put together, these attributes make him one of the most dangerous forwards in the world. He’s scored 52 goals in 91 games for his club and he carrys the weight of his country’s expectations on his shoulders.

1) Paul Pogba – Juventus to Manchester United (£89 million) 

The title of the most expensive player goes to United’s Pogba. The Frenchman joined in 2016 for an incredible £89 million. He’d been impressive in Juventus’s midfield during his time in Italy and had also impressed in the summer of 2016 for France at the Euros.

He won Serie A at the end of every season during his four years in Turin and that coupled with two Italian Cups amongst other domestic trophies meant Pogba was not short of success in Italy. Rumours began swirling over the summer as Mourinho moved for his man.

By early August, Pogba had confirmed his return to the club that sold him for less than £1 million in 2012. Just four years later, after a meteoric rise through European football, he became the most expensive player in history.

United fans will be hoping that he can find the same form he had for so long in Italy after a steady start to life back in Manchester.

For more Football Gossip And Transfer news stay with us.