The Premier League claims the wallet and breaks its own record in a transfer market

The Premier League claims the wallet and breaks its own record in a transfer market

In departures, the English league has also generated more than in any other transfer window.

The premier league He has the biggest wallet in the world and an enviable economic muscle for the rest of the leagues. Este mantra se repite todo el año, pero no es hasta la llegada del mercado de fichajes cuando se pone de manifiesto, en especial en este último, en el que los clubs ingleses han destrido el techo de gasto con un inversion récord que supera los 2,100 millions of euros.

never the First had spent so much in a single market and what happened in recent months exceeds the previous record of 1,600 million in the 2017/2018 campaign, when the signatures of Alvaro Morata for him chelsea, Benjamin Mendi there Kyle Walker for him Manchester City, Mohammad Salah for him liverpool there Romelu Lukaku for him Manchester United.

The English league, at the mercy of a hugely beneficial television deal, topped 2,000 million in a single signings window for the first time and adds nine consecutive seasons leaving over 1.00 million signings.

The club that spent the most was chelseain particular to strengthen their defense with the addition of Marc Cucurella (65 million), Wesley Fofana (80 million) and Kalidou Koulibaly (40 million), in addition to Rahim Sterling (55 million) to give options to an attack that lost Lukaku and Werner.

The signature of the record was taken by the Manchester Unitedcon Anthonyfor which he paid nearly 100 million euros to Amsterdam Ajax. The emergencies of the “red devils”, left behind Champions Leaguestood out in their movements, with 71 million paid by casemiro60 for Lisandro Martinez and 15 for Tyrell Malacia.

Much calmer was the Manchester City, who hardly needed strengthening, but, yes, it was possible to take the most decisive player of all. Of the Pep Guardiola They paid 60 million for Erling Haaland and after nine goals in five games they already look profitable. In addition, the sky blue paid 50 million for the midfielder Kalvin Phillips and 13 on the side Sergio Gomez.

The Arsenalcurrent leader of the competition, fished in his own Townwith the transfers of Gabriel Jesus (50 million) and Oleksander Zinchenko (35 million). Mikel Arteta also invested 35 million at the end Fabio Viera. In Arsenal in Town they exceeded the 150 million mark in expenditure.

Yes he did Tottenham Hotspuralthough Antonio Conte he insists the team still needs a few more transfer markets to compete with the best. Those in north London paid 60 million for richarlisonhis star signing, 50 for Christian Romerothey had on loan since last season, and 30 for Yves Bissouma. Even so, the ‘Spurs’ haven’t been bolstered as much in defense as might have been expected and they still don’t have a replacement for Harry Kane.

The closure of the “Big Six” is the liverpool, with two operations. was brought to Darwin Nunez from Benfica for 75 million already Fabio Carvalhofrom Fulhamby 6. The ‘Reds’ maintain the structure of recent years, with the exception of Sadio Maneand they trust him to keep winning.

Of the Big Six, one of the biggest spenders was the Nottingham Forest, a recently promoted who did not hesitate to take out the checkbook. The Forest has incorporated more than 20 footballers for a total value of 160 million and the signings of Morgan Gibbs-Whitefor 30 million, and Taiwo Awoniyifor 21.

The Newcastle Unitedin his first summer market after the arrival of Saudi money, remained cautious until last week, when he shelled out 70 million to sign Alexander Isakcoming from Real society. The ‘Magpies’ also paid 37 million for Sven Boman.

Cases like the West Ham Unitedwhich left 180 million, or the Wanderers of Wolverhamptonwho spent 140, show the economic superiority of a league that has not by chance had at least one finalist in the Champions League in four of the past five years.

The most notable outings were those of Sadio Mane who went to Bayern Munich for just over 30 million, Raphinhawho went to Barcelona for 60 million, Steven Bergwijnto which the Tottenham Hotspur sold to Ajax for 30 million, and Wernerwho went to RB Leipzig for 20 million. Initially, the premier league it generated almost 900 million euros, more than in any other market.

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