In every transfer window there are those clubs that focus on buying more players and those that sell their players to other clubs. These are the top 3 biggest spending clubs in the 2022 summer transfer window.
1. Manchester City - The Citizens have spent £97.87 Million in the 2022 summer transfer window. They have signed Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund, Kalvin Philips from Leeds United, Julian Alvarez and Stefan Ortega who is a goalkeeper from Armenia Bielefeld.
2. Leeds United - They are the second club with the highest expenditure in the 2022 summer transfer window. They have spent £95.08 Million in making 6 signings. Brenden Aaronson is their most expensive signing in the 2022 summer transfer window. They signed the attacking midfielder from RB Salzburg at a fee of €32.84 Million.
3. Barcelona - They have spent £92.70 in making 4 signings in the 2022 summer transfer window. The 4 players they have signed are Robert Lewandowski, Raphinha, Franck Kessie and Andreas Christensen.
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