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Moise Kean, Alvaro Morata, Moussa Dembelé: who is the most expensive loaned player in the world?

Transfer market is not only about investing dozens of millions in a single player. Loan deals are paying off, and some of them could turn into really expensive options.

Moise Kean, Álvaro Morata and Moussa Dembelé.
Moise Kean, Álvaro Morata and Moussa Dembelé.

Football transfer market has always shown up the possibilities of ground shaking movements, great free deals and some interesting young players who showed their good skills playing for another club before returning to their owners. Definitely in 2020-21 season there have been many good performances in this last aspect. Some expensive players are having good long spells.

Juventus will have lots of involvement in this. Two players from the podium are currently part of their squad. But third place, in a draw, went to Italy’s Sandro Tonali, whose transfer belongs to Brescia, but he’s currently playing at Milan on loan. As per Transfermarkt, his price is $38.7 million (€32 million).

Now yes, the first player from the Vecchia Signora. He is the son of a Fiorentina great striker in the 90s who played alongside Gabriel Batistuta and Predrag Mijatovic. It’s Federico Chiesa, son of Enrico Chiesa. His transfer market value? “Just” $58 million.

Who is the winner of the game? He plays for Atlético de Madrid but is currently wearing the Juventus’ shirt. He is from Spain, and his name is Alvaro Morata. How much is he? Should the Italian giants want to sign him permanently, they could have to invest $60.5 million.

But... what about an international striker like Moise Kean? Well, the current-Paris Saint-Germain striker is on loan from Everton and has a reported transfer market value of $36.3 million. And in case you like Ligue 1 but you prefer Olympique Lyon, you’ll find him in seventh place, just behind Kean. His transfer value is also $36.3 million. Tied with Sandro Tonali are Mattéo Guendouzi (loaned from Arsenal to Hertha Berlin) and Dani Ceballos (from Real Madrid to Arsenal).

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