One of the best ways in which clubs improve on their performance is by signing more players. These players when trained and arranged well will be more creative in helping the team winning more trophies. These are the top 10 highest spending clubs on transfers since the beginning of the 21st Century according to transfer market.
1. Chelsea - The Blues have spent €2.90 Billion on transfers since the beginning of the 21st Century. Their most expensive signing is Mykhailo Mudryk whom they signed in January 2023 for €100 Million. They have spent €460 Million on transfers in the 2022/2023 season.
2. Manchester City - The Citizens have spent €2.49 Billion on transfers since the beginning of the 21st Century. This has helped them to dorminate the English Premier League with good performance. Their most expensive signing is Jack Grealish who they signed for £100 Million in 2021.
3. Barcelona - They have spent €2.4 Billion on transfers from 2000 to 2023. Among the expensive signings they have made in the 21st century are Ousmane Dembele who joined them for €105 Million, Antoine Griezmann who they signed for €120 Million and Philippe Coutinho who they signed for €145 Million.
4. Juventus - They have spent €2.32 Billion on transfers since the beginning of the 21st Century. Their most expensive signing is Cristiano Ronaldo who joined them from Real Madrid in 2018 for €100 Million.
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