Gallery: The Worst Signings of the Last Decades in European Soccer

The transfer market in Europe is one of the most important moments of the season. That's why we tell you the worst signings in recent decades.

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LatinAmerican Post | Daniel González Guerrero

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For some seasons, great teams in Europe have made large investments in strengthening their squads with the intention of improving their teams and having a roster that is up to all the competitions they play. This is why, over the years, we have seen a large number of players change clubs, an aspect that ends up moving many millions of euros.

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Paying a large amount of money in transfers does not assure clubs that these players will have outstanding performances. This is why, over the course of the campaigns, we have seen several players fail in their new teams, an aspect that came to be considered bad news for the economy of all these teams. In LatinAmerican Post, we bring you the count of the worst signings in the last decades in European soccer.

These reinforcements are the faithful example that not always paying large amounts of money guarantees triumphs in the teams in Europe, an aspect that continues to be marked for many seasons, and it seems that it will not change for the following campaigns.

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