European clubs are busy in the transfer period to equip themselves with targeted quality players. Clubs are spending hug. The clubs with the highest spending have been revealed as below.
1. Bayern Munich
Bayern Munich have brought in new players to boost their squad. The players include ; Sadio Mane and Matthyjs De Ligt. Mane costed a transfer fee of €32 Million while De ligt €67 Million bring a total of €117.5 Million Making them the highest spenders in this transfer window.
2. Manchester city.
Manchester city confirmed the signings of Erling Haaland, Kalvin Philips and Alvarez. The three players costed them a fee of €108.8 Million making them the second highest earners.
3. Leeds United.
Leeds are third in the list having spent €105.6 Million. Leeds are set to improve their squad to compete in the premier League.
Barcelona is fourth on the list with a total expenditure of €103 Million. They spent €45 Million on Robert Lewandoski and €58 Million on Raphinha.
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