This was a very intense transfer window for Real Madrid. Since the season officially ended on June, the club made a lot of changes to the roster. It's up to you to decide whether the team has a better roster now. We also give you the reported fees for those moves.Out of Real Madrid
Reported Fee (TransferMarkt)
Sevilla FC (loan)
108.5M€Signed by Real Madrid
Even though Real Madrid spent a huge amount of money with those 165.5M€, the club took it to another level with the most expensive sales in the history of Real Madrid. Gonzalo Higuaín almost broke Robinho's 43M€ record and then Mesut Özil finally became Real Madrid's biggest sale in the history of the club and Barclays Premier League's second most expensive transfer. The 21.5M€ Napoli paid for Albiol and Callejón are two successful moves for Real Madrid as well, since the team thought they had a replacement in Nacho and Jesé. Whether these changes are successful or not remains to be seen.
But what do you think? Is Real Madrid's roster better now after this summer?More from Managing Madrid: The Mesut Özil Transfer: Thoughts & A Fond Farewell Manchester United Tried to Get Coentrao On Loan Official: Mesut Özil Sold to Arsenal Manchester United Offered More Than 40M€ for Khedira Adán and Cheryshev Officially Out Poll Is Real Madrid's roster better in 2013-2014 than 2012-2013? Yes No
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