Julian Draxler completed his move to Paris Saint-Germain from Wolfsburg on Tuesday.
“It is with great joy and great anticipation that I join Paris Saint-Germain,” the winger told PSG’s official website.
“For the first time in my career, I am going to discover a new country, a new championship and I am very proud to live this new stage in a club which has become a reference in Europe, which has recruited many very great players.
“I intend to help Paris Saint-Germain win new titles and continue to grow internationally.”
Draxler joins are star-studded squad that was no cheap to assemble.
In this gallery, we look at the top ten most expensive signings in the club’s history.
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The transfer window can be a weird and wonderful place, the likes of Shaqiri going to Stoke, Alex Teixeira going to China & David Beckham joining the MLS are transfers you’d only expect to see in Football Manager!
Beckham was getting past his peak at 32, but with stints in Milan and PSG afterwards, you have to wonder did he have more to offer at the top level before moving to the retirement home that is the Major League Season.
Surprisingly the Englishman is only ranked at number three on this list.
Release Clause: £26 million (but any suitor would have to spend significantly more to fend off competition)
Lindelof signed for Benfica from Swedish team Vasteras SK as a 17-year-old and made his first-team debut in October 2013 but the 2015-16 campaign proved to be his breakthrough season.
He really began to make waves in January of this year. He effortlessly established himself in a side that went on to clinch the league title and it was no coincidence that they won 14 of the 15 fixtures he featured in.
He also impressed in the Champions League, going toe-to-toe and holding his own against attackers from Zenit St. Petersburg and Bayern Munich.
Lindelof’s displays for Benfica earned him his first national team bow in March and he subsequently featured prominently in the national team during the European Championship in the summer.
WHY UNITED NEED HIM
Time and time again this season, United have dominated teams only to concede through a rare attack from the opposition. While their finishing has been suspect at times this season, their defence has been just as concerning.
Mourinho needs to instill solidarity at the back and while Eric Bailly has been fantastic, his recent injury concerns have exposed the rest of the back-line. The defensive personnel have been shuffled around far too much.
Despite the successful partnership between Marcos Rojo and Phil Jones of late, neither seem to be out-and-out first choice options and in Lindelof Mourinho perhaps sees a long-term partner for Bailly.
An added advantage is his ability to feature at right-back. Antonio Valencia’s unavailability for whatever reason leaves the team exposed in that position with Matteo Darmian not being shown the greatest confidence.
STYLE OF PLAY
Standing tall at 6ft 2in, Lindelof boasts a formidable physique and has often displayed his strength on the pitch. While not the quickest across the grass, he does possess a decent turn of pace which has seen him fill in at right back on occasion.
Perhaps his greatest assets are his reading of the game and positional sense, enabling to snuff out the danger in its infancy.
While composed on the ball and capable of decent distribution, the Swede’s style has a touch of hard-tackling no-nonsense defending to it.
He’s definitely no slouch when it comes to technique or the ability to carry the ball past the half-line, but it’s his commanding presence and solid approach that could see him compliment Bailly perfectly.
Unfortunately, at Benfica he’s been bestowed with one of the most over-used nicknames in sport – ‘The Iceman’.
Lindelof’s Sweden team-mate could well be lining up alongside him at club level too in the near future and going by the Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s opinion of him, he wouldn’t mind at all.
“I think Victor is doing great things, he is playing good for Benfica, he gets a lot of responsibility for the national team now, he is growing.
“Is he good enough for United? I think he’s good enough for the big clubs out there. It’s up to him what he wants. Whatever he chooses will be good for him.
“I know he is hot on the market so let him make the right choice, what fits him good.”
Do you think Lindelof would be a good signing for United?