Turkish Super League exported €71m worth of transfers over the summer

Turkish Super Lig

The Super League brought in a record €71 million in transfer fees over the summer window.

Fenerbahçe made the biggest return selling €19.5 million worth of transfers while Beşiktaş came in at a close second making €18 million.

Reigning champions Galatasaray meanwhile sold €10.9 million worth of players.

Fenerbahçe striker Moussa Sow was individually the highest selling transfer. The Senegalese international joined Al Ahli for €16 million and his international teammate Demba Ba came in at second going for €13 million to Shanghai Shenhua.

Super Lig departures

Moussa Sow: €16m Al Ahli

Demba Ba: €13m Shanghai Shenhua

Bakambu:  €7.5m Villareal

Atinc Nukan: €5m RB Leipzig

Waris Majeed: €4.5m Lorient

Felipe Melo: €3.7m Inter

Emmanuel Emenike: €3.5m (loan fee) Al Ahli

Nordin Amrabat: €3.5m Malaga

Enes Unal: €3m Manchester City

Ryan Babel: €2.5m Al Ahli

Rizespor: €2.2m  Udinese

Sivasspor: Manuel de Costa €2m Olmypiakos

Bruma: €1.9m (loan fee) Real Sociedad

Alex Telles: €1.3m (loan fee) Inter

Yatabare: €950K (loan fee) Montpellier

Batuhan Altintas: €400K Hamburg

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