The summer transfer window has come to an end and, as usual, has brought with it a series of surprising moves that have rocked the footballing world. On this occasion, LaLiga has been no exception as some of their biggest stars have decided to change their appearances and seek new challenges in other parts of the world.
Here we present you with a summary of the players who have left their mark in the Spanish league to embark on exciting adventures in other horizons:
These were the 15 stars who left LaLiga this summer
-Karim Benzema: From the Bernabéu to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Real Madrid lost one of their most iconic figures when Karim Benzema’s contract expired. The prolific French forward surprised the world with his move to Saudi Arabian pro-league club Al-Ittihad, where he will no doubt continue to make his mark in goalscoring quality.
-Gabri Veiga: Celta de Vigo to the sands of Arabia
Another notable game was that of Gabri Veiga, who left Celta Vigo to sign with Saudi Pro League side Al Ahli. The talented Brazilian midfielder will try to establish himself as a key player in his new team.
-Ousmane Dembélé: From Camp Nou to the City of Light
FC Barcelona suffered the not unnoticed loss of Ousmane Dembélé, who joined Paris Saint-Germain. The French winger joins the constellation of stars at the Parc des Princes.
-Sergio Canales: From Seville to Monterrey
Sergio Canales left Real Betis to embark on an exciting adventure in Mexican football as the new star of Rayados de Monterrey. Your creativity and vision on the field will be of great value to your new team.
-Sergio Busquets: The heart of Barcelona moves to Miami
FC Barcelona lost part of its identity when Sergio Busquets, a club icon, ended his contract and joined Inter Miami in MLS. His experience and leadership skills will be invaluable to the US team.
-Jordi Alba: Goodbye Barcelona, welcome to Miami
Another player who decided to follow in Busquets’ footsteps was Jordi Alba, who terminated his contract at FC Barcelona to join Inter Miami. His ability to break through down the left flank will be of great benefit to the MLS team.
-Ansu Fati: on loan to Brighton looking for minutes
Young prodigy Ansu Fati has been loaned out by FC Barcelona to Brighton and Hove Albion from the Premier League in search of opportunity and development. Without a doubt, it’s a movement that will be closely watched in LaLiga.
-Franck Kessié: From Barcelona to the Saudi Pro League
Franck Kessié left FC Barcelona for Saudi Pro-League club Al-Ahli, where he will try to establish himself as an elite midfielder in Saudi football.
-Yassine Bono: From Seville to Al-Hilal in Saudi Arabia
Moroccan goalkeeper Yassine Bono has left Sevilla to sign with Al-Hilal in the Saudi Pro League, where he is expected to continue showing his skills between the posts.
-Samu Chukwueze: The Nigerian shines at AC Milan
Samu Chukwueze left Villarreal for AC Milan in Italy. His speed and technical ability make him an exciting addition to the Milan squad.
-Marco Asensio: Free Agents, PSG get a piece of Madrid
Marco Asensio, whose contract at Real Madrid is expiring, surprised the world by joining PSG as a free agent. The talented Spain winger will make his creativity available to the already talented Paris side.
-Gonzalo Montiel: From Seville to Nottingham Forest
Gonzalo Montiel left Sevilla for Premier League side Nottingham Forest, where he is expected to bring his defensive abilities to the England side.
-Kang In Lee: From Mallorca to the Paris of the Stars
Kang In Lee has left Mallorca to join PSG where he will seek to share the stage with other world stars in his quest for European glory.
-Nico Jackson: From Villarreal to Chelsea
Promising centre-forward Nico Jackson has left Villarreal for Chelsea in the Premier League where he will have a chance to show off his goalscoring abilities.
-Pau Torres from Villarreal to Aston Villa
One of Spain’s most promising defenders, Pau Torres has left Villarreal for Unai Emery’s Aston Villa, where he is expected to strengthen the English side’s defence.