The Summer 2022 Transfer Window for Premier League clubs was officially opened on 10 June 2022 and will close at 23:00 BST on 1 September 2022. This is in line with other European leagues.
Transfer of players from another national association may take place once the FIFA Transfer Matching System (TMS) is active.
In this article I am briefly going to share with you top spending clubs this summer in the English premier league.
Manchester city leads the list after making some several signings like Haaland and Phillips.
Arsenal is the second after making some signings like Gabriel Jesus.
Tettenham Hotspurs, Liverpool, Newcastle, Leeds united and Aston villa are also in the list.
Chelsea and Manchester united are not in the list however they have strongly linked with several talented players from the whole world.
Teams are encouraged to complete signing their targets before the summer transfer window closes. Below is a picture of top spending clubs this summer.
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