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Sergio Aguero of Manchester City celebrates his first goal during the Premier League match between Manchester City and Arsenal FC at Etihad Stadium on February 03, 2019 in Manchester,...

It’s no secret that transfer fees have absolutely exploded over the last few years, particularly in relation to young players. The three most expensive teenage transfers to date are Matthijs de Ligt to Juventus, for £67.5 million, Joao Felix to Atletico Madrid, for £114 million, and Kylian Mbappe to PSG, for £116 million. Those are some seriously huge transfers, and two of them happened this summer, whilst the other came just 12 months ago.

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goalkeeper Manuel Neuer of Bayern Muenchen and Mats Hummels of Bayern Muenchen look dejected after the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 Second Leg match between FC Bayern Muenchen and...

Right, this is the third video in our series going through the best current players in each position, having previously looked at the 7 best goalkeepers and left-backs, as we build up to our own ‘World XI’ and squad.

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Atletico de Madrid's Jose Maria Gimenez (L) and Rodrigo Hernandez (R) and Juventus' Cristiano Ronaldo during UEFA Champions League match, Round of 16, 1st leg between Atletico de Madrid...

Okay, so we have now looked at the 7 best attacking trios and the 7 best midfield trios right now, having previously done videos on the 7 greatest attacking trios, midfield trios and back fours of all time.

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Sergio Ramos of Real Madrid CF gestures with his nose bleeding during the La Liga match between Club Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid CF at Estadio Wanda Metropolitano  on November 18, 2017...

Bloody nose for Sergio Ramos as Real and Atlético draw in Madrid derby

When the final whistle went at the end of the first ever Madrid derby at the Wanda Metropolitano, Atlético’s new home 12 miles across the city from their old one, there was no roar, but there was a little relief. A 0-0 draw suits neither side and was nothing to celebrate but at least it was not cruel, as some Atlético fans feel their history against Real has been. Instead, it was largely empty. It leaves both teams from the capital ten points behind Barcelona and showcased the reasons why that is the case. Isco apart, this was a game desperately lacking in creativity or control. Lacking goals too.