The best transfers at zero cost

first_imgMillionaire transfers are the order of the day in the transfer market, but they are also available at zero cost. ESPN has developed a classification of ten best transfers in the history of players who have not involved disbursement some for the clubs:1 Lewandowski to BayernThe Pole began to excel in Dortmund and in 2013 his agent assured that he would not renew. The following year Lewandowski headed to Bayern Munich, a team that has released its best version. He has scored 230 goals in 275 games and he has become the Bundesliga’s top scorer four times. In addition, the striker has been an indisputable piece to win the last five titles of the German team.2 Pirlo to JuventusA fatal injury to the Italian in the 2010/2011 season gave rise to Van Bommel “stealing” his position in Milan’s midfield. This meant that he lost weight in the team so the Milanese club proposed to renew only one season. Pirlo then decided to take another path and Juventus appeared. Buffon assured that it was “the signing of the century” and he became a legend with four Scudetti and three more cups before his 2015 departure to MLS.3 Sol Campbell to ArsenalThe one who was captain of Tottenham after 12 years in the club left him to go to one of his great rivals after finishing his contract in 2001. He was key piece in defending Wenger’s best team, who dominated in England from 2003 to 2005.4 Luis Enrique to BarcelonaHe arrived at the Catalan club from the eternal rival. The Asturian left Real Madrid for free in 1996 and lived his most outstanding stage at Barcelona. As a Barça player, he won two Leagues, two King’s Cups, a Spanish Super Cup, a Recopa and a European Super Cup. In addition, in his time as coach of Barça he achieved the Triplet in 2015.5 Roberto Baggio to Bologna and BresciaThe Italian is the other player on this list who had two free transfers. He arrived at Bologna and Brescia from Milan and Inter, respectively. He wasn’t comfortable in either of Milan’s two big teams and it showed its great quality when he abandoned them. In his only season at Bologna he scored 22 goals and at Brescia, a club in which he spent four seasons, he ended up scoring 46 goals before his retirement. 6 McManaman to Real MadridIn 1998 he came to the white team for free after ending his contract with Liverpool, a club in which he spent 9 years and in which he was not highly regarded. At the Bernabéu he became one of the most beloved players thanks to his great work in the field helping to win two leagues, two Champions, two Spanish Super Cups, a European Super Cup and a Club World Cup.7 Gullit to ChelseaHe arrived at the English team from Milan with the 1987 Ballon d’Or under his arm, but at Chelsea he left a lot to be desired. His team won nothing in his first campaign and had a hard time adapting to English football. He ended up as Chelsea coach-player.8 Larsson to BarcelonaWhen his contract with Celtic expired in 2004, he decided to go one step further in his career. In Barcelona, ​​where he was only two seasons, it happened without making much noise partly due to the cruciate ligament injury he suffered in his first season as a Barça player. Despite this, he was decisive in the final of the Champions League in 2006.9 Milner to LiverpoolMilner was an important player during his time at Manchester City, but he came to Liverpool for free in 2015. The Englishman has not always been an irreplaceable player in the whole of the ‘reds’, but he has shown great versatility and commitment. He raised the Champions and has two Premier.10 Cambiasso to Inter and LeicesterCambiasso has the “honor” of having had two free transfers in his career. The first was after he was sidelined by Real Madrid at the time of the Galacticos, something that Inter Milan took advantage of to get his services for free in 2004. In the Italian team it was a piece key to winning five Scudetti and the Triplet. After this, he also left without cost to Leicester whom he helped save the previous season to which the English team was proclaimed Premier champion.last_img