Liverpool have signed the perfect Jurgen Klopp player in Dominik Szoboszlai: GOAL grades 2023’s biggest summer transfers

The biggest transfers from across the world will receive grades from GOAL’s Mark Doyle during the summer.

There are certain football fans who look forward to the off-season the most since it only means one thing: Transfer deadline time! The most prominent names will be associated with the most prestigious clubs over the next weeks and months, and rumors will intensify.
We all know that some moves work out well for everyone concerned, but there are plenty of cases where at least one of the clubs or even the player is left wondering what might have been if they had chosen differently at the bargaining table.

Therefore, GOAL is here to make sure you are aware of who profited the most from every significant transaction before the contracts have even been signed. In order to help you keep track of the major winners and losers of transfer season, we will grade every completed transaction as it occurs throughout the summer window.


View our most recent grades below and share your thoughts in the comments area.


June 30: Dominik Szoboszlai (RB Leipzig to Liverpool, €70m)

Mixed feelings for RB Leipzig, without a doubt. With Christopher Nkunku having already departed for Chelsea and Josko Gvardiol being courted by Manchester City, a talented team that has recently won back-to-back DFB-Pokal crowns and qualified for the Champions League next season is now in danger of disintegrating. But in the end, this is Red Bull’s business strategy, and it unquestionably benefits them. For a player they acquired from sister club Red Bull Salzburg for €20 million in 2021, they recently got a club-record sum. This money will probably be put to good use. Leipzig has in fact consistently shown that they are among the top clubs in the world when it comes to identifying and nurturing young talent. Szoboszlai is just the latest example of that fact. Grade: A

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