Most clubs in the top 5 Europe leagues have done their best to make new signings in the 2022 summer transfer window. However there are those clubs who have not spent much in the transfer window.
Leicester City is the lowest spending club in the 2022 summer transfer window. The Foxes have not spend any amount in the 2022 summer transfer window. They have only signed Alex Smithies who is a free agent from Cardiff City.
Athletic Bilbao has also made 1 free transfer in the 2022 summer transfer window. They signed Gorka Guruzeta who is a centre forward.
The third lowest spending club in the 2022 summer transfer window is Rayo Vallecano. They have signed 5 players for free. The players they signed 3 free agents and 2 players on loan. They signed Unai Lopez, Diego Lopez and Salvi Sanchez as free agents.
The fourth lowest spending club in the 2022 summer transfer window is AC Ajaccio who have spent €300,000 in making 6 signings.
Here are the top 10 Lowest spending new signings across top 5 Europe leagues in the 2022 summer transfer window.
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