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The 10 Most Expensive Teenage Transfers Of All Time

The 10 Most Expensive Teenage Transfers Of All Time

By Kurt Buckerfield - Jan 30, 2018 12:29 PM @KurtLaduma

With the January transfer window coming to a close, we decided to take a look at the 10 most expensive teenagers in football history, including four Brazilians!

Tired of reading? Click through the gallery to see the 10 biggest teenage deals ever, according to Transfermarkt!

Kylian Mbappe, who joined French giants Paris Saint-Germain at the start of the season, became the most expensive teenager of all time at the start of the campaign.

Monaco will, however, reportedly only receive his £108 million (R1.81 billion) fee next season when the loan deal becomes permanent.

Second on the list is Manchester United’s Anthony Martial, who joined the Red Devils from Monaco for a reported fee of £54 million (R908 million) in 2015, followed by Lucas Moura, who signed for PSG for £36 million (R605 million) in 2013.

Luke Shaw is the fourth most expensive teenager of all time with his 2014 move from Southampton to United for a reported figure of £33.75 million (R568 million).

Former Argentina international Javier Saviola comes in at fifth place, after his 2001 transfer from River Plate to FC Barcelona for £32.31 million (R543 million) – a move that made him the world’s most expensive teenager at the time.

Seventh on the list is Renato Sanches’ £31.5 million (R530 million) switch from Benfica to Bayern Munich last season, which is a move that has not yet worked out for the Portuguese international, who is now on loan at Swansea City in the Premier League.

Gabriel Jesus signed for Manchester City for £28.8 million (R484 million) in 2017, which sees him come in at eighth in the standings, followed by Anderson’s 2007 transfer to United for £28.35 million (R477 million).

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PSG defender Marquinhos is at 10th on the list with his 2013 transfer from Roma to the French giants for £28.26 million (R475 million).

Do you think these records will be broken any time soon? Let us know in the comments section below. 


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