June 5, 2022 at 9:55 PM by Thomas
Give the name from Luis Campos to a football fanit will automatically think transfer market. And following, by extension, added value on recruitss. It is that the former sports director of AS Monaco then of LOSC, approaching PSG, is a gender specialist; perhaps the best in its register.
The future sports director of PSG is an iconic figure in his profession
He has doubly proven it from his past experiences on the Princely Rock, then in the north of France, by his ability to recruit talents, sometimes unknown to the general public, which the clubs then value to sell them at a gold price, on the transfer window. The best example is naturally the first, with striker Nicolas Pépé, recruited ten million euros by Lille, from Angers, in 2017. Barely two seasons later, and the Ivorian international was sold eight times the stake .
Almost half a million in capital gains on his 10 best catches
The top 10 below that we have drawn up, at the editorial office of Sportune weighs 418.5 million euros, capital gains on transfers. Understand that all these players were hired, more or less directly by Luis Campos, then in his (best) role of talent scout. At PSG too, he will have this same function, with however different prerogatives, because less here than finding the future star of tomorrow (although), it is first a question of building a solid collective, to fulfill all the objectives. Without necessarily looking for a financial benefit, behind the operations.
The 10 best capital gains of Luis Campos on the transfer window
Fodé Ballo-Touré, from LOSC to ASM = + €11m
Thiago Mendes, from LOSC to OL = + €13m
Tiémoué Bakayoko, from ASM to Chelsea = + €32m
Bernardo Silva, from ASM to Manchester City = + €34.5m
Fabinho, from ASM to Liverpool = + €39m
Benjamin Mendy, from ASM to Manchester City = + €44.5m
Victor Osimhen, from LOSC to Naples = + €52.5m
Anthony Martial, from ASM to Manchester United = + €55m
Thomas Lemar, from ASM to Atlético Madrid = + €67m
Nicolas Pépé, from LOSC to Arsenal = + €70m