Clubs who have spent the most so far this transfer window!

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European clubs are very busy in this transitional period of transfers and from the start they have rushed to realize some of their targets.
The European giants have already got what they asked for, although some of them were left disappointed.

However, the deadline for transfers is far from finished, as there is time until the end of August.

But which clubs have spent the most so far in this summer’s transfer window.

Below you have spoiled the clubs that have spent the most on new feeds:
24) ROME: 7 million euros spent

Zeki Celik (from Lille): 7 million euros

23) MILAN: 7.2 million euros spent

Divock Origi (from Liverpool): free transfer

Alessandro Florenzi (redeemed from Roma): 2.7 million

Junior Messias (redeemed from Crotone). 4.5 million

22) LAZIO: €37.7 million spent

Luis Maximiano (from Granada): 10.1 million

Marcos Antonio (from Shakhtar): 7.5 million

Mattia Zaccagni (redeemed from Verona): 7.1 million

Nicolò Casale (from Verona): 7 million

Mario Gila (from Real Madrid): 6 million

21) INTER: €38.6 million spent

Joaquin Correa (redeemed from Lazio): 23.60 million

Romelu Lukaku (loan from Chelsea): 8 million

20) NAPLES: 44 million euros spent

Zambo Anguissa (exemption from Fulham): 15 million

Mathias Olivera (from Getafe): 11 million

Khvicha Kvaratskhelia (from Dinamo Batumi): 10 million

Leo Ostigard (from Brighton): 5 million plus 3 bonuses

19) OLYMPIQUE MARSEILLE: €44.9 million spent

Pau Lopez (redeemed from Roma): 12 million

Mateo Guendouzi (redeemed from Arsenal): 11 million

Cengiz Ünder (redeemed from Roma): 8.4 million

Arkadiusz Milik (redeemed from Napoli): 8 million

18) PROFIT: €46.8 million spent

David Neres (from Shakhtar): 15.3 million

Enzo Fernandez (from River Plate): 10 million

17) JUVENTUS: 48.5 million euros spent

Federico Chiesa (redeemed from Fiorentina): 40 million

Andrea Cambiaso (from Genoa, then loaned to Bologna): 8.5 million

16) WEST HAM: €54.95 million spent

Nayef Aguerd (from Rennes): 35 million

15) ASTON VILLA: 55 million euros spent

Diego Carlos (from Sevilla): 31 million

Philippe Coutinho (redeemed from Barcelona): 20 million

14) ATALANTA: 63 million euros spent

Jeremie Boga (redeemed from Sassuolo): 22 million

Merih Demiral (redeemed by Juventus): 20 million

Ederson (from Salerno): 21 million (including Lovato)

13) NEWCASTLE: 66 million euros spent

Sven Botman (from Lille): 37 million

12) NOTTINGHAM FOREST: €69.9 million spent

Taiwo Awoniyi (from Union Berlin): 20.5 million

Neco Williams (from Liverpool): 20 million

11) PSG: 79.5 million euros spent

Vitinha (from Porto): 41.5 million

Nuno Mendes (redeemed from Sporting): 38 mln

10) REAL MADRID: 80 million euros spent

Aurelien Tchouameni (from Monaco): 80 million

9) LIVERPOOL: €85.8 million spent

Darwin Nunez (from Benfica): 75 million

8) BORUSSIA DORTMUND: €86 million spent

Sebastien Haller (from Ajax) 31 million

Karim Adeyemi (from Salzburg): 30 million

Nico Schlotterbeck (from Freiburg): 20 million

7) CHELSEA: 94.2 million euros spent

Raheem Sterling (from Manchester City): 56.2 million

Kalidou Koulibaly (from Napoli): 38 million

6) ARSENAL: 97.06 million euros spent

Gabriel Jesus (from Manchester City): 52.2 million

Fabio Vieira (from Porto): 35 million

5) TOTTENHAM: 105.2 million euros spent

Richarlison (from Everton Dortmund): 58 million

Yves Bissouma (from Brighton): 29.2 million

Djed Spence (from Middlesbrough): 18 million

4) LEEDS UNITED: €105.64 million spent

Brenden Aaronson (from Salzburg): 32.84 million

Luis Sinisterra (from Feyenoord) 25 million

Tyler Adams (from Leipzig) 17 million

3) BARCELONA: 108 million euros spent

Raphinha (from Leeds): 58 million

Robert Lewandowski (from Bayern Munich): 45 million + 5 bonuses

2) MANCHESTER CITY: €108.75 million spent

Erling Haaland (from Borussia Dortmund): 60 million

Kalvin Phillips (from Leeds): 48.75 million

1) BAYERN MUNICH: €130.5 million spent

Sadio Mané (from Liverpool): 32 million

Ryan Gravenberch (from Ajax): 18.5 million

Matthijs De Ligt (from Juventus): 70 million plus 10 bonuses /

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