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RPL clubs earned more from transfers than they spent. All summer transitions in images.

Date: May 29, 2024 Time: 18:07:34

The transfer market in Russia has closed. The RPL clubs this summer spent it modestly, but profitably: the overall transfer balance of the league this time turned out to be positive (+ 16.7 million euros). All because they bought cheap and little, and sold more and more. Below is the main information about each club’s campaign.


The Premier League leader spent 5.8 million euros on transfers: 3 million euros for the Brazilian Tormena, 2 million euros for the Uruguayan Lucas Olaza, 800 thousand euros for Alexander Ektov. But the club was also able to earn something from the sales: it gave Christian Ramirez to Ferencvaros, Vyacheslav Litvinov to Sochi, Sergei Borodin and Irakli Manelov to Torpedo. For the loan of Magomed-Shapi Suleymanov to the Greek “Aris” they received 100 thousand euros.


Dynamo had an excellent transfer campaign: the club became stronger and made money from sales. Most importantly, the saga with Arsen Zakharyan is finally over, and to the benefit of all parties. With expenses of 20.4 million euros, Dinamo remained in the black, as the club earned 28 million euros from sales (of which 13 million euros went to Zakharyan alone).

And another cool transfer from Dynamo: Sazonov went to Italy:

Sazonov in Serie A is great! Although Saba was rejected by Zenit and was left out of the Russian team

“Wings of the Soviets”

The Samara club spent the least: 1.23 million euros, of which 730 thousand euros went to Yegor Karpitsky from the Belarusian Shakhtar and 500 thousand euros to Sergei Babkin from Loko. At the same time, the club released several players, but on a free or loan basis.


The club successfully carried out this transfer window: the sale of Malkom to Al-Hilal brought Zenit 60 million euros (Torpedo paid another 200 thousand euros for Daniil Shamkin), and the cost of purchases was much lower: 25.09 million euros. Money was spent on nine newcomers, the most expensive being Pedro and Strahinja Erakovic (€9 and €8 million, respectively). It is true that the Brazilian will come to Russia only in winter.

How Zenit’s transfer policy has changed

Zenit has not bought players from the best leagues for a long time. Even Spartak has more


Ural did not win anything, they only spent 770 thousand euros, money that was divided between three players: Guilherme Schettine from Braga, Vladislav Malkevich from BATE and Igor Dmitriev from Leninggradets.


Compared to other major clubs, Loko had a very modest performance in the transfer market. The only purchase was Vladislav Sarveli for 1 million euros, but the club earned around 4.5 million euros from the sales.


Transfers from CSKA were expected this summer until technical support closed, but the latest transfer, from Wellington, fell through at the last moment. However, even without him, the club strengthened well: Chilean Victor Dávila, Brazilians Kelven and Moisés (bought after a loan), as well as Abbosbek Faizullaev from Pakhtakor. In total, 12.3 million euros were spent on transfers, but CSKA kept 1.7 million euros.

Who is Kelven and will he be Fernández’s replacement:

Has CSKA found a “new Fernández” in Brazil? They charge one and a half times cheaper than what the player costs!

“Paris NN”

One of the many RPL clubs left in the black in this transfer window. Pari NN spent €1.47 million on newcomers and earned €2.5 million, bringing the balance to €1.03 million.


“Spartak” spent at the same level as “Zenith”: 24 million euros were spent on all transfers, but they did not manage to earn at least the same amount: the club received 3.5 million euros for Kofrier, 500 thousand euros for him. rent. Nicholson, plus the same amount and for the sale of Oganesyan to Orenburg.

About the newcomers to Spartak


“Akhmat” was reinforced by foreigners: Brazilian Camilo moved from Lyon for 800 thousand euros, Bulgarian Svetoslav Kovachev, Brazilian Daniel Junior and Bosnian Yasmin Celikovich were rented. In total 1.25 million euros were spent on transfers.


“Rostov” broke even: it spent 600,000 euros and earned the same amount. The club’s only acquisition is the Iranian Mohammad Mohebi, whom Valery Karpin clearly noticed during a friendly match with the Iranian national team. The forward became the first foreign player acquired by the club after all the sanctions imposed on Russian football. The only one for sale is Egor Baburin, bought by Torpedo. Everyone else left and came for free.


Sochi this summer sold more than it bought: Alexander Kovalenko and Denis Adamov left for Zenit (both for 3 million euros), Vladislav Sarveli was sent to Loko for 1 million euros, and they gave away “Yenisei” by Anatoly Nemchenko. Total: + 4.05 million euros At the same time, they spent money on only one footballer – Vyacheslav Litvinov from Krasnodar (1 million euros).


The Kazan club was bought under the RPL: ​​in total 6.81 million euros were spent on transfers. Rubin was strengthened mainly with foreigners: they took three Serbs, the Albanian Daku, the Montenegrin Vujacic from Partizan, Iva from the Armenian Urartu and for a symbolic 10 thousand euros – Daniil Rodina from “Kuban”. Argentine Valentín Vada arrived on a free transfer from Zaragoza, as did Maciej Rybus from Spartak. The club did not gain anything from the exit transfers.


“Orenburg” followed the already trodden path and looked towards Argentina. Brian Mansilla was bought from Racing, and Tomás Muro was brought from Gimnasia. The Turkish Emircan Gurluk, Stepan Hovhannisyan from Spartak and Justin Cuero from the Ecuadorian Independiente (loan) also joined. In total, Orenburg spent 4.2 million euros and earned 800 thousand euros from the single sale of Alexander Ektov to Krasnodar.


The Voronezh club recruited players for only 200,000 euros and most of the transfers were made free of charge. They took mainly Russians, but also the South African Thabo Sele came from Poland and Antonio Iacolis from the Romanian second league. In addition, Fedor Kudryashov, who previously played for Turkish side Antalyaspor, joined Fakel’s team.


The newcomer to the Premier League had a brilliant, but financially very modest transfer window: five purchases cost just over a million euros and the rest were acquired for free.

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Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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