Jack Greelish:

Man City broke the British transfer record by luring Jack Grealish away from Aston Villa pay a huge amount of £100m ($135m), with those in the West Midlands initially reluctant to part with a home-grown superstar that became their major talisman as at that time in the Villa Park.


Aston Villa was smart to have invested wisely elsewhere after seeing their bank account increased, while the England international playmaker has struggled to find a spark in the Ethiad Stadium.

Jack Grealish has cost Man City over £16.6m ($22m) per goal involvement through his opening 23 appearances – with three assists and three efforts of his own recorded – and while he is on course to land a Premier League title winners’ medal in 2022, the Villans will surely be happy with the deal done with Man City because they were able to replace Jack Greelish with a cheap and an experience playmaker, the person of Philippe Coutinho.

Romelu Lukaku:

Lukaku is a Belgium international striker who had sometimes played for Chelsea and Man United was brought back to Stamford Bridge from Serie A title holders Inter in a transfer worth £98m ($132m) which is the second most expensive transfer during the summer window.

Big things were expected from the big center forward in Chelsea because he was on a great form for Serie A title holder Inter Millan but he has made more headlines with his off-field activity, including bad response during interviews, than he has actually performed on the pitch.

Romelu Lukaku is not just delivering in terms of goal scoring which is the main problem chelsea has been dealing with before they brought him in the summer transfer window.

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Jadon Sancho:

Sancho is an England international player that is very talented, he was playing for Borussia Dortmund in Germany with his move from Borussia Dortmund to Manchester United not playing out as planned.

Manchester United paid £73m ($99m) after a long-running saga but eventually made a switch to Manchester with lots of expectation, but the talented 21-year-old has struggled to make the desired impact in his Country.

He has just 2 goals and no assists to his record in England since he joined United playing 23 games, has made only 10 EPL starts and has seen each of the 938 minutes he has played in the English top tier cost United close to £78,000.

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