Ranked: The 50 best summer transfers across Europe in 2019
The summer transfer window has now slammed shut and clubs across Europe will now have to wait until the new year to do any further business.
The Premier League deadline was closed before the start of the new campaign, however, teams in the other major European leagues were free to do deals up until early September.
There have been plenty of big-money moves, surprise switches and efficient transfers over the past few months, but which were the best?
We’ve ranked the top 50…
50. Tyrone Mings
The first man in the top 50 is Aston Villa’s Tyrone Mings.
The towering defender, who recently received a first England call-up, helped the club to the Premier League during his loan spell at Villa Park last season, with Villa then paying Bournemouth £26.5m for his services on a full-time basis.
49 – Nico Schulz
Attacking full-back Nico Schulz enjoyed a brilliant individual campaign with Hoffenheim last season, which attracted interest from Borussia Dortmund.
Schulz cost Dortmund £22m and he has already cemented himself as a first-team regular under Lucien Favre.
48 – Kevin Mbabu
Swiss star Kevin Mbabu earned himself a move to Bundesliga side Wolfsburg this summer after three impressive seasons with Young Boys.
The former Newcastle man is still just 24 years old and could turn out to be one of the steals of the summer.