The transfer window in most European leagues is not officially open yet, but clubs have already spent a whopping €348 million on the 10 most expensive deals so far.
Click through the gallery to see the 10 most expensive deals of the window so far.
The windows in Germany, Spain and Italy only officially open on 1 July, while the markets in England and France are already open.
In addition, the financial year for football clubs ends at the end of June, which means clubs are more likely to spend from 1 July after books for the current financial year are closed.
Expect some fireworks on the international football front in the coming week or two, and it will not surprise many if the current record deal, Bernardo Silva's €50 million (R726 million) transfer from Monaco to Manchester City, is soon broken.
Mohamed Salah became the most expensive African following his €42 million (R610 million) move from Roma to Liverpool, which is currently the second most expensive deal of this window so far.
Corentin Tolisso's €41.5 million (R602 million) move from Olympique Lyon to Bayern Munich sits in third place, ahead of goalkeeper Ederson's €40 million (R581 million) transfer from Benfica to City.
Andre Silva joined AC Milan for €38 million (R552 million), while Jose Mourinho's first signing of the window, Victor Lindelof, cost Manchester United €35 million (R508 million).
Jordan Pickford (€28.5 million, R413 million), Davy Klaassen (€27 million, R392 million), Youri Tielemans (€25 million, R363 million) and Kingsley Coman, whose loan deal from Juventus was turned into a permanent transfer by Bayern, complete the list.
Note: All transfer values were taken from Transfermarkt.
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