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Jul 19, 2022

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Arsenal sign Fábio Vieira from Porto – Youri Tielemans and Gabriel Jesus next?fabio psg

This article first appeared on June 17 and has been updated once Arsenal confirmed the transfer.

Arsenalhave signedFábio Vieirafrom Porto. After the Portuguese club confirmed a transfer agreement on Friday morning, Arsenal also confirmed the deal on Tuesday. Porto will receive €35 million, plus €5 million in performance-based bonuses.Vieira becomes one of the ten most expensive outgoing transfers in Porto’s club history (overview).

Stats Fábio Vieira F. Vieira Attacking Midfield FC Porto FC Porto Season 21/22–
All competitions Games 39 Goals 7 Assists 16

”I am very excited that we have identified and signed such a special talent,” Arsenal manager Mikel Artetasaid in a club statement. Fabio is a very creative player that will bring high quality and versatility to our attacking play. We welcome Fabio and his family to our club and are looking forward to starting work with him ahead of the new season.”

For Arsenal, the Vieira deal is just the beginning of a busy transfer summer that could also see the arrival of Youri Tielemans(Leicester City) and Gabriel Jesus(Man City). As for Vieira, this summer only Aurélien Tchouameni(from Monacoto Real Madrid), Darwin Núñez(from Benficato Liverpool), and Erling Haaland(from Dortmundto Man City) were more expensive. The 22-year-old managed to become a star for Porto during the second half of the season. A flexible attacking midfielder, Vieira was mostly an off-the-bench player during the first half of the season before finally achieving his breakthrough after the winter.

Bergwijn, Haaland & Co. – The biggest done deals of the summer Steven Bergwijn | Tottenham -> Ajax | Fee: €31.25m &copyTM/imago images

Market value: €18m
This gallery takes into account both transfer fee and market value. The higher number is decisive for the ranking.
Last updated: 17 July 2022

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Brenden Aaronson | RB Salzburg -> Leeds | Fee: €32.8m &copyimago images

Market value: €25m

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Nico Schlotterbeck | Freiburg -> BVB | Market value: €33m &copyimago images

Fee: €20m (possible add-ons: €5m)

3/31

Andreas Christensen | Chelsea -> FC Barcelona | Market value: €35m &copyimago images

Free transfer

4/31

Niklas Süle | Bayern Munich -> BVB | Market value: €35m &copyimago images

Free transfer

5/31

Ryan Gravenberch | Ajax -> Bayern Munich | Market value: 35m &copyimago images

Fee: €18.5m (possible add-ons: €5.5m)

6/31

Yves Bissouma | Brighton -> Tottenham | Market value: €35m &copyimago images

Fee: €29.2m (possible add-ons: €6m)

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Karim Adeyemi | RB Salzburg -> BVB | Market value: €35m &copyimago images

Fee: €30m

8/31

Sébastien Haller | Ajax -> BVB | Market value: €35m &copyimago images

Fee: €31m

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Nayef Aguerd | Stade Rennais -> West Ham | Fee: €35m &copyTM/imago images

Market value: €12m (possible add-ons)

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Fábio Vieira | Porto -> Arsenal | Fee: €35m &copyimago images

Market value: €25m

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Sven Botman | Lille -> Newcastle | Fee: €37m &copyimago images

Market value: €30m (possible add-ons)

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Kalidou Koulibaly | Napoli -> Chelsea | Fee: €38m &copyimago images

Market value: €35m

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Antonio Rüdiger | Chelsea -> Real Madrid | Market value: €40m &copyimago images

Free transfer

14/31

Diego Carlos | Sevilla -> Aston Villa | Market value: €40m &copyimago images

Fee: €31m

15/31

Nuno Mendes | Sporting -> PSG (previously on loan) | Market value: €40m &copyimago images

Fee: €38m

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Vitinha | FC Porto -> PSG | Fee: €41.5m &copyimago images

Market value: €30m

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Franck Kessié | AC Milan -> FC Barcelona | Market value: €45m &copyimago images

Free transfer

18/31

Paul Pogba | Man United -> Juventus | Market value: €48m &copyimago images

Free transfer

19/31

Kalvin Phillips | Leeds -> Man City | Market value: €50m &copyimago images

Fee: €48.8m

20/31

Gabriel Jesus | Man City -> Arsenal | Fee: €52.2m &copyimago images

Market value: €50m

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Lisandro Martínez | Ajax -> Man United | Fee: €57.37m &copyimago images

Market value: €32m (possible add-ons: €10m)

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Raphinha | Leeds -> FC Barcelona | Fee: €58m &copyimago images

Market value: €45m (possible add-ons: €9m)

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Richarlison | Everton -> Tottenham | Fee: €58m &copyimago images

Market value: €48m

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Federico Chiesa | Fiorentina -> Juventus (previously on loan) | Market value: €70m &copyimago images

Fee: €40m + €12.6m loan fee (possible add-ons: €7.4m)

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Romelu Lukaku | Chelsea -> Inter Milan | Market value: €70m &copyimago images

Loan fee: €8m

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Sadio Mané | Liverpool -> Bayern Munich | Market value: €70m &copyimago images

Fee: €32m (possible add-ons: €9m)

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Raheem Sterling | Man City -> Chelsea | Market value: €70m &copyimago images

Fee: €56.2m

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Darwin Núñez | Benfica -> Liverpool | Fee: €75m &copyimago images

Market value: €55m (possible add-ons: €25m)

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Aurélien Tchouameni | Monaco -> Real Madrid | Fee: €80m &copyimago images

Market value: €60m (possible add-ons: €20m)

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Erling Haaland | BVB -> Man City | Market value: €150m &copyimago images

Fee: €60m

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Vieira just the beginning – Tielemans and Gabriel Jesus still set to arrive

For Arsenal, the Vieira deal, however, is just the beginning. Also, Arsenal fans worried that Vieira’s transfer could end the pursuit for Tielemans can relax.CBS Sportsreporter Ben Jacobs pointed out on Friday that the deals are independent of one another. Furthermore, the Gunners continue their chase to sign Manchester City winger Gabriel Jesus. Hence, Vieira is just the beginning for Arsenal manager Artetaas the Spaniard is looking to guide the club back into the Premier League top four.

Arsenal sign Fábio Vieira from Porto – Youri Tielemans and Gabriel Jesus next?