This transfer market was characterized by being much more austere than those before the pandemic, for this same reason. The drop in revenue has made many teams have to tighten their belts, but even so it has not prevented that there have been transfers, some very large. Let’s see the 10 clubs that have spent the most money on transfers:
Other figures move in the Premier. Crystal Palace sneaks into the top 10 of the clubs that have spent the most for signings such as Guehi and Andersen, two center-backs that will reinforce the London club’s rear.
The French team received a large investment from a company that bought the club and this market has returned to go to the market for players of good level such as Sulemana, Laborde or Badé.
PSG has made a very good market, as it has incorporated great players for free such as Ramos, Donnarumma, Wijnaldum and Messi. But he has also paid a large amount for Hakimi and Danilo Pereira.
With the arrival of Mourinho, Roma has made a real revolution in which a large number of players have arrived and as many have left. Tammy Abraham and Rui Patricio are two of the most famous signings of the Roman team this summer.
The sale of Graelish has allowed the villainous club to make one of the biggest investments of the summer. Aston Villa have invested in top quality players like Buendía, Bailey and Danny Ings.
The German team has taken advantage of the sales they have made to sign very promising players. The last one was Illais Moriba, a Barça youth squad, but they also got the services of André Silva, one of the top European scorers last season.
Despite having sold many players, the London club has not gotten rid of its big stars, and has also added Lukaku for 115 million euros and Saúl Ñíguez, which puts them in a very good position to compete for everything.
City have left practically the entire transfer budget to one player, Jack Graelish. The Englishman is a good footballer, but he must prove that he is worth the 117 million that the club has paid for him.
Set red devil he has spent a fortune this summer, but he has spent it on top-tier players, for which he has gotten a good price. Jadon Sancho, Cristiano Ronaldo and Varane will play for United next year and have spent practically the same as their neighbors.
The Gunner team leads the ranking without having made big-name signings. Among the additions, Ben White and Odegaard stand out, we hope that the investment will be profitable for them, since they have been away from the high positions of the table for some time.