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Pep's 10 Most Expensive Signings

Pep Guardiola's 10 Most Expensive Signings

By Keegan Kruger - Jul 27, 2017 08:00 PM @KeeganKruger

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has taken his career spending over the £900 million (R15.2 billion) mark this year, but do you know who his 10 most expensive signings currently are?

Tired of reading? Click through the gallery above to see Pep Guardiola's 10 most expensive signings, according to The Sun.

According to English publication The Sun, the Spaniard has racked up the bulk of that amount since joining the Citizens just over 12 months ago.

Guardiola has spent a total of £410 million (R6.95 billion) since taking charge of the Etihad club, and in this window alone he splashed £198.5 million (R3.36 billion) on Kyle Walker from Tottenham Hotspur, Danilo from Real Madrid, Benjamin Mendy and Bernardo Silva from Monaco and Ederson from Benfica.

The 46-year-old's time at the Camp Nou saw him spend a total of £340 million (R5.76 billion), with his two biggest signings during that stint being Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who cost him £59 million (R1 billion), and David Villa, whose price tag was £37 million (R627 million).

The Spaniard's time at Bayern Munich was his most frugal as a manager, arguably due to the quality of the squad he inherited. Guardiola on spent £174 million (R2.94 billion) during his time at the Bundesliga giants, and his standout buys were Mario Gotze and Arturo Vidal, who cost £34 million (R576 million) and £30 million (R508 million), respectively.

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Altogether, Guardiola has spent a total £925 200 000 (R15.6 billion) in his nine years of being a first team manager, according to The Sun.

Do you think the Spaniard's next signing will take his career spending to over £1 billion? Have your say in the comments section below. 


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