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news |  After Hazard, Bale and Ronaldo, Chaumini is the fourth most expensive deal in Real's history

news | After Hazard, Bale and Ronaldo, Chaumini is the fourth most expensive deal in Real’s history

After Hazard, Bale and Ronaldo, Chaumini is the fourth most expensive deal in Real Madrid’s history

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League Plus – Real Madrid has officially announced that it has acquired the services of Aurelien Chaumini, a Monaco player, for 80 million euros, to support the young Frenchman in the ranks of the Royal Club, starting from next season.

The 22-year-old Chaumini deal comes as the fourth most expensive deal in Real Madrid’s history after the deals of Eden Hazard, Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo.

In the following lines, we monitor the 10 most expensive deals in Real Madrid’s history, highlighting what they have done with the Royal Club.

Tenth place (Eder Militao):

Real Madrid signed him in the summer of 2019 from Porto for 50 million euros.

The Brazilian defender has played with the Royal Club so far 91 games, during which he scored 4 goals and provided 4 assists, and won with the team five titles, including two La Liga titles, two Spanish Super Cups and one European Champions League title.

9th place (Luis Figo):

In a surprising deal, Portuguese Luis Figo joined Real Madrid from traditional rivals Barcelona in the summer of 2000 for 60 million euros.

Figo wore the Royal Club shirt from 2000 until 2005, where he participated in 244 games, during which he scored 57 goals and provided 91 assists, and won with Meringue seven titles, including two titles in the League, two championships in the Spanish Super and one title in the Champions League, the European Super and Intercontinental.

Eighth place (Luka Jovic):

The Serbian striker joined Real Madrid in the summer of 2019 from Eintracht Frankfurt for 63 million euros, but he was never a successful deal for the royal club.

Jovic participated with the Royal Club in 53 matches, during which he only scored 3 goals and provided 5 assists, and won with Real Madrid five titles, including two titles in the League, two championships in the Spanish Super and one title in the Champions League, but he did not have a prominent imprint in these championships, and most Time was stuck on the bench.

Seventh place (Kaka):

The Brazilian striker was signed by Real Madrid from Milan in the summer of 2009 for 67 million euros.

Kaka did not provide the expected performance with the Royal Club, where he played for Meringue from 2009 until 2013, where he participated in 120 matches, during which he scored 29 goals and provided 39 assists, and won with the team the Liga titles, the Spanish Cup and the Spanish Super.

Sixth place (James Rodriguez):

The Colombian midfielder was signed by Real Madrid from Monaco in the summer of 2014 for 75 million euros.

Rodriguez played for the Royal Club from 2014 to 2020, where he participated with Real Madrid in 125 games, during which he scored 37 goals and provided 42 assists, and won with the team nine titles, including two titles in the League, two championships in the Champions League, two titles in the European Super, two championships in the Cup The world club and one title in the Spanish Super.

Fifth place (Zinedine Zidane):

The French star was joined by Real Madrid from Juventus in the summer of 2001 for 77 million and 500 thousand euros.

Zidane played for Real Madrid from 2001 to 2006, in which he participated in 226 matches, during which he scored 49 goals and provided 67 assists, and won with Meringue as a player six titles, including two Spanish Super Cups and one La Liga title, the Champions League, the European Super and Intercontinental.

Fourth place (Aurelien Chaumini):

Real Madrid signed him from Monaco this summer for 80 million euros, and he will support the ranks of the Royal Club from next season.

Third place (Cristiano Ronaldo):

The Portuguese star was signed by Real Madrid from Manchester United in the summer of 2009 for 94 million euros.

Ronaldo wrote history with the Royal Club and became the historical top scorer for Real Madrid, where he played for Meringue from 2009 to 2018, and participated with the team in 438 games, during which he scored 450 goals and provided 131 assists, and won with the Spanish club 15 titles, including 4 titles in the Champions League, two titles In the League, two King’s Cup tournaments, two Spanish Super Cups, two European Super Cups and two Club World Cup titles.

Second place (Gareth Bale):

The Welsh player was signed by Real Madrid from Tottenham for 101 million euros in the summer of 2013.

Bale played with Real Madrid from 2013 until 2022, where he participated in 258 games, during which he scored 106 goals and provided 67 assists. With the Royal Club, he won 16 titles, including 5 titles in the Champions League, 3 championships in the League, 3 titles in the European Super, 3 Championships in the Club World Cup and one title in the Spanish Super Cup and the Copa del Rey.

1st place (Eden Hazard):

The Belgian star was signed by Real Madrid from Chelsea in the summer of 2019 for 115 million euros, to be the most expensive deal in the history of the royal club.

Hazard has suffered from the specter of injuries since joining the royal club, as he has not participated with the team so far only in 66 games, during which he scored 6 goals and provided 10 assists, and won with the royal club two titles in the League and one title in the Spanish Super and the Champions League, but he did not have a footprint prominent in these titles.

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