Ten football player transfers that have gone very wrong

Football is an exciting game that has come to stay forever and continues to attract love and interest from around the world. Club football has been the most popular because it is the most eventful and keeps all fans of the game engaged on a weekly and daily basis.

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This is where the subject of player transfers comes in with regards to the best transfers in football history as well as the worst transfers in football history.

Find below a video of the top 10 transfers that have gone wrong in recent times.



Sergio Ramos’ move from Real Madrid to Paris Saint-Germain has not gone as planned as the player’s Ligue 1 career has been hampered by injuries. He might not even get on the pitch for the Parisiens as rumors are rife that his contract may be terminated.

Myron Boadu has not been banging the goals for Monaco as many thought he would, based on his form in the Eredivisie.

Jannik Vestergaard is yet to be on the pitch from the start and see Leicester win a game.

Weston McKennie just became a permanent player in the last transfer window for Juventus but could be on his way out of Turin. The club has also been struggling in Serie A this season.


Aguero has not been what was expected at Barcelona, neither has Andre Silva at RB Leipzig. Emiliano Buendia is yet to set off the fireworks at Aston Villa as he did at Norwich and Donyell Malen is yet to find the back of the net since joining Borussia Dortmund.

The player he came to replace at Dortmund is Jadon Sancho who is now at Manchester United and is yet to pick the form that made the Red Devils go all out to acquire him.

Then there is Saul Niguez, a transfer that the Chelsea hierarchy may be already regretting. Luckily, it was a loan move.