Real Madrid and Svava make history as the most expensive signing in Spanish women’s football

It has not been a signing more. Sofie Svava’s arrival at Real Madrid is marked by a figure that makes her transfer historic for Spanish women’s football. And it is that, As AS has learned, the operation would be around 80,000 euros. An amount that exceeds the 60,000 euros that Betis would have paid to Atlético for the signing of Ángela Sosa, which until now was the most expensive transfer in the history of Spanish women’s football. Or at least, the one that has had the most value among all the figures that have transpired without being official by any club.

Before, the highest mark was recorded in the transfer of Mapi León from Atlético to Barcelona for 50,000 euros, which was also the first paid for in Spanish women’s football. An unusual amount was also paid in Spanish women’s football, where it is usual for signings to be at zero cost, on the arrival of Anna Torrodá at Valencia, who paid the compensation clause of 20,000 euros to Espanyol. In the air is the case of Maite Oroz, with a 250 euro compensation clause, who signed two years ago for Real Madrid from Athletic without the payment of said amount being made official.

Wolfsburg paid around 55,000 euros for Svava a year ago

It should also be noted that the most expensive signing in women’s football was that of Pernille Harder by Chelsea, who paid 350,000 euros to Wolfsburg to acquire the services of the Danish attacker. Now a compatriot of the Chelsea star, Sofie Svava, arrives in the Spanish League to become the most valuable transfer known at the moment.

Likewise, the figure of about 80,000 euros confirmed by AS would deny the numbers published in recent days in the German press, which pointed out that the operation revolved around 200,000 euros. It should be remembered that Wolfsburg paid about 55,000 euros for her a year ago to Rosengard, a club in which she began to shine as one of the promises of European women’s football.

The left-back or extreme left has not managed to have the expected continuity in the German club, where he has played 24 games, only being a starter in 9 of them. Now he arrives at Real Madrid wanting to exploit his talent by reinforcing the left side of the team led by Alberto Toril. For now, his journey as a madridista has started off on the right foot, with a signing that looks like history in this category.

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