After a disastrous World Cup campaign behind him that was epitomized by a 7-0 thrashing against the mighty Germans, David Luiz moved to his new club Paris Saints Germain from Chelsea. However, the deal was concluded before the start of the World Cup as PSG in order to fade-off the interest of Barcelona gone over the board to play 50million pounds for the curly haired Brazilian.
Being a firm target of LA Liga giants Barcelona ever since he put his foot on the European soil, PSG have done very well to fade the interest of any club that has come looking for the gem. A leader in himself who showed his capabilities in this World Cup before being suspended from that fateful defeat against Germany, PSG paid 35million pounds to AC Milan to acquire the services of Brazilian main man.
Back in 2002, when Clubs used to think twice for spending that match money even on an attacker, Sir Alex Ferguson bought Ferdinand from Leeds United for £33million. It turned out to be an extremely prolific deal for both parties as Ferdinand won many piece of silverwares during his time at Manchester United. His price tag also makes him the highest paid signing in the European club football history.