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The Biggest Spending Clubs In The Window So Far

The Biggest Spending Clubs In The Window So Far

By David Kappel - Jul 17, 2017 01:48 PM @kappilinho

Manchester United currently hold the record for the most expensive transfer of the window so far, but they are not the club that has spent the most. 

Tired of reading? Click through the gallery above to see the biggest spending clubs in the window so far.

Serie A giants AC Milan have raced ahead of everyone, having spent €189.5 million (R2.82 billion) already. The Italian side has bought 10 players, including Leonardo Bonucci from Serie A champions Juventus for €42 million (R625 million).

The second biggest spenders are Pep Guardiola's Manchester City. Their €51 million (R759 million) deal for Kyle Walker on Friday, making him the most expensive defender in history, took their spending to €153 million (R2.28 billion) so far.

The Citizens' crosstown rivals Manchester United sit in third place after spending €119.7 million (R1.78 billion) on Victor Lindelof and Romelu Lukaku, with the latter being the most expensive transfer of the window so far, having joined the Red Devils for €84.7 million (R1.26 billion).

The English giants are followed by Bayern Munich, who are the fourth club to have spent over €100 million (R1.49 billion) in this window already. The Bavarians' biggest deal is Corentin Tolisso's €41.5 million (R617 million) move from Olympique Lyon, while their two-year loan of James Rodriguez from Real Madrid is seen as one of the biggest coups of the window.

Everton follow in fifth place with €98 million (R1.46 billion), ahead of AS Roma, who have spent €77.95 million (R1.16 billion) so far, and Chelsea with €75 million (R1.12 billion).

Juventus (€53.5 million, R796 million), Arsenal (€53 million, R789 million) and AS Monaco (€51 million, R759 million) complete the top 10.

Read: 10 Most Expensive Deals This Window So Far

Interestingly, there is no La Liga side among the 10 highest spending clubs of the window so far.

Note: All transfer amounts were taken from Transfermarkt.

Which team do you think has spent the best so far? Have your say in the comments section below.


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75149316 Joined: 10 May 2017
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75149316 Jul 17, 2017 07:08 PM
We need Zlatan to stay and sign matic,Sanchez and fabinho release Damiarn,Fellaine,Young
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Binda_Bucks1 Jul 17, 2017 03:20 PM
Eish Man U use to have young best players manje bayathenga lezinto zi cost to much and do nothing lyk Pogba so far he's not at his best
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Dave1992 Jul 17, 2017 03:15 PM
Everton without a doubt,watch out for them
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lujas Jul 17, 2017 02:53 PM
no news here, transfer windows is far from its closing date.

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