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Being as broke and destitute as can be sees clubs in La Liga - well 18 of them, anyway - being very careful indeed about how they splash their cash. Here's a top ten of the best transfers of the summer so far in terms of the most important aspects of all - potential impact and value for money.
10 - Leo Baptistao: Rayo Vallecano to Atlético Madrid - €7 million
The talented forward is gradually winning promotions through the clubs in the Spanish capital. The Brazilian's origins in Spain were with Getafe, then Rayo Vallecano snapped up the striker. And now, it is Atlético Madrid who will be looking to the 20-year-old to add some flair and imagination to the brute force and elbows of Diego Costa, and quality of David Villa up front.
9 - Beto: Braga to Sevilla - €2 million
The Portuguese goalkeeper joined Sevilla on loan in the winter window and put up some stiff competition to Andrés Palop between the sticks. The club captain's departure from the team sees the Andalusian side make the move a permanent one. Unlike other transfers in Sevilla's recent history, this particular one looks like being a good 'un.
8 - Charles: Almería to Celta Vigo - €1 million
Admittedly, there is not too much time for second division football in the column's schedule these days, so only the goals of Celta Vigo's new signing from the previous campaign have been seen. But 27 of them in the regular league season and five in the play-offs for Almería is a decent indication that the Galicians may have found a replacement for Iago Aspas.
7 - Joan Verdú: Espanyol to Betis - free transfer
The loss of Beñat to Athletic Bilbao has been softened enormously by the signing of this immensely talented and experienced playmaker who could have done a fine job in the Premier League. Verdú lost faith in the indebted Espanyol project, and has moved to the city of Seville for a taste of European football in the new campaign.
6 - Beñat Etxebarria: Betis to Athletic Bilbao - €8 million
Athletic's Basque(ish) policy when it comes to transfers sees signing any footballers at all as a tricky business. However, the Bilbao outfit have gone back to the club's roots to bring a former youth team product back into the fold. Beñat's spell with Betis saw the midfielder becoming one of the best set-piece specialists in La Primera, a very handy weapon for the team's relaunch under new manager, Ernesto Valverde.
5 - Neymar: Santos to Barcelona - €57 million
It is certainly an exciting and bold move, but it remains to be seen how Neymar's switch to Barcelona will work out in terms of value. The Confederations Cup performance from the Brazilian suggests that the forward's time in the Catalan capital will be more Ronaldinho than Zlatan. However, let's see how Neymar gets on in those wet Wednesday nights in Pamplona.
4 - Javi Fuego: Rayo Vallecano to Valencia - free transfer
A footballer for geeks. Javi Fuego has been quietly doing the dirty work in the centre of the park for Rayo Vallecano for the past three seasons. The defensive midfielder has been a key part of Rayo's success in a period that saw promotion for the Madrid side then a genuine flourishing in the top flight. A move to Mestalla sees Fuego taking over the position of Valencia legend David Albelda, who is shipping out to look for a new gig.
3 - Piti/Riki: Rayo and Deportivo to Granada - free transfers
Both forwards have been lumped in together in what has been a brilliant bit of business for Granada, the most wheeling, dealing club on the planet. The forward pair who finished their contracts with their respective clubs have a combined age of 64, however the duo also scored 31 league goals between them last season. That would be enough to keep Granada up, in the new campaign, and then some.
2 - Dani Carvajal: Bayer Leverkusen to Real Madrid - €6.5 million
Isco's signing made more headlines, but the playmaker has joined a club that has more than enough talent in his position. What Madrid did not have is a decent right-back, since Alvaro Arbeloa started to fall apart. They do now. The slight but speedy defender left the club's 'B' team last summer to join Bayer Leverkusen. A spectacular debut campaign in Germany sees the 21-year-old returning to the Spanish capital on a buy-back clause for a similar fee to the one that saw the youngster leave in the first place. A fine bit of business.
1 - David Villa: Barcelona to Atlético Madrid - €5.1 million
There are going to be a few hopping mad clubs in England pondering why they are having to fork out €190 million on Championship standard strikers, when Atlético have pulled off this coup. The Rojiblancos are genuinely thrilled to have picked up one of the best strikers of the past 10 years in La Liga for a comparatively tiny fee, to be paid over three years. Villa might be 31 and past his very best, but the forward's next level down is still pretty darn good.
Tim Stannard - follow him on Twitter