Argentine midfielder Enzo Fernandez remains the most expensive transfer in the history of the Premier League, as his move from Benfica cost Chelsea no less than 121 million euros.
Premier League clubs are known for their big spending every transfer window, but which club holds the record for their most expensive transfer in history, or which club paid the least for their ‘record’ transfer.
Chelsea is the club that has spent the most on a transfer and it is Enzo Fernandez, who cost a whopping 121 million euros to be bought from Benfica, leaving behind the transfer of Jack Grealish from Aston Villa to Manchester City for 117.5 million euros and the transfer of Declan Rice from West Ham to Arsenal for 116.5 million euros.
After them comes Paul Pogba, who cost Manchester United 105 million euros, Virgil Van Dijk who cost 84.7 million euros to be bought by Liverpool and Alexandre Isak, who was bought by Newcastle United for 70 million euros from Real Sociedad.
Tottenham Hotspur paid 62 million euros to Lyon for Tanguy Ndombele, Aston Villa bought Moussa Diaby from Bayer Leverkusen for 55 million euros, while Sebastian Haller (West Ham) and Mattheus Cunha (Wolves) cost 50 million euros each to the two clubs. English.
From the most expensive to the cheapest (Source: Transfermarkt)
Gylfi Sigurdsson is Everton’s record purchase of 49.4 million euros from Tottenham, Joao Pedro cost Brighton 34.2 million euros, Christian Benteke was paid 31.2 million euros from Crystal Palace, while Jefferson Lerma cost 30.5 million euros to Bournemouth.
Jean Michael Seri has cost 30 million euros to Fulham, Nottingham Forest has paid 29.5 million euros to Morgan Gibbs-White, Nathan Collins has cost 26.9 million euros to Brentford, while the last three are Rhian Brewster (Sheffield Utd) for 26 million euros, Zeki Amdouni (Burnley) for 18.6 million euros and Tahith Chong (Luton) for 4.7 million euros.