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Top Real-World Football Transfers That We’ll See in FIFA 21

FIFA 21 has finally arrived with a delay of a month due to reasons you’ve already guessed if you haven’t been living in a cave for the last several months. The latest iteration from the renowned FIFA football simulation series is available for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and Windows PC, and it shall arrive for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X as well at a later date.

High-class football from the real world maintains the same old formula: buying high-quality players with astronomical amounts of money. We’re presenting you the top player purchases and transfers from the last transfer season that you’ll find in FIFA 21, as there are plenty of resounding names:

Sandro Tonali: from Brescia to AC Milan

Tonali is only 20-years old, but the legendary footballer Andrea Pirlo said about him that he’s the best midfielder from Serie A. Tonali was lend to Milan for a 10 million euros fee, and he will return to Brescia on June 30, 2021.

Gareth Bale returns to Tottenham

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane doesn’t seem to like Gareth Bale too much, so he decided to lend the player back to his former club Tottenham Hotspur. The loan was made for free, and it lasts until June 2021. Bale doesn’t need any presentation, as he spent seven glorious years at Real Madrid. The guy won the Champions League trophy four times and scored over 100 goals for the renowned Spanish club.

Thiago Silva goes to Chelsea

Thiago Silva leaves Paris Saint Germain for a transfer to the English club that impressed the whole world with its transfers this summer. The Brazilian defender was transferred to Chelsea for free, and there’s no wonder why. No disrespect for the player, but at 36 years old, he’s approaching his retirement.

Thiago Silva won 22 major trophies with PSG and the title in Serie A with AC Milan in 2011. The central defender was also the captain of the Brazilian National Team during the Confederations Cup in 2013.

David Silva goes back to his home country

David Silva is by far one of the best midfielders that Spain gave over the last decade. After spending ten wonderful years at Manchester City, Silva was transferred to the Spanish club Real Sociedad for free. The guy won one World Cup and two European Championships with Spain, the Premier League championship four times, the FA Cup twice, and the English League Cup five times. David Silva is mostly known for being a playmaker capable of glorious passes for his teammates.

Leroy Sané is the new number 10 of Bayern

Bayern Munchen pays 45 million euros for the transfer of the German wonderkid Leroy Sané from Manchester City. The guy is one of the fastest German players out there, and he can do pretty much anything for the attacking phase: he’s a master of dribbling and likes to score from pretty much any situation. Sané won the UEFA Supercup, the Premier League championship two times, and more.

Timo Werner joins Chelsea

Timo Werner is by far the best ‘number 9’ that Germany has at the moment. He left RB Leipzig, one of the best teams in Bundesliga, for taking part in Chelsea’s new power-squad. The transfer cost The Blues 53 million euros, and the guy deserves all that money. Werner scored 13 times in 33 matches for the German National Team. He’s still too young for having many trophies, as he’s only 24 years old. Werner won only the Confederations Cup, but he surely has a lot of time to take advantage of.

Feel free to tell us about your own favorite transfers in real-world football that you can already see in FIFA 21, as leaving your thoughts in the comment section is free of charge.

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