Who spent the most and who received the most money on the European market?

Who spent the most and who received the most money on the European market?

ESPN has broken down the European summer transfer market in detail. Chelsea were the club that spent the most, while Ajax were the ones that earned the most money

September 1 marked the end of the summer transfer window for European football. The clubs moved to satisfy the wishes of their coaches to improve the technical level of the workforce for the season which has just begun.

Thinking of the astronomical sums invested in the Old Continent, ESPN shows you which club has spent the most and which has earned the most money.

The club that invested the most in the current window of European football was chelsea. In total, the Blues shelled out around $267.2 million to bolster their roster. Thomas Tuchel.

After a 2021-22 season without titles, the London club have opened the portfolio. In total, the club signed six players. They are: Wesley Fofanaex-Leicester City, Marc Cucurellaex-Brighton, Rahim Sterlingex-Manchester City, Kalidou Koulibalyex-Naples, Carney Chukwuemekaex-AstonVillathere Gabriel Slonina, ex-Chicago Fire.

Among the new faces, the most expensive was Fofana. In the last days of the window, the chelsea closed the deal with Leicester for the defender. The Blues will pay the Foxes a total of $75 million.

Premier League tops list of leagues that spent the most

The premier league It was the championship that spent the most money during the summer market. Of the 10 clubs that have invested the most, 8 are part of the Premier League.

chelsea, Manchester UnitedTottenham and Manchester City, they are present. They are joined by West Ham, who have signed Lucas Paquetá, Nottingham Forestrecently promoted Premier League, Wolverhamptona club that has characterized itself in recent years as a team that knows how to invest, and Newcastle, the new billionaire in world football.

Arsenal and Liverpool, which complete the traditional ‘big six’, are outside the top 10. The Gunners occupy the 11th position. The London club spent “only” 132 million dollars. The Reds sit in 18th place with just $85m.

The real Madrid, known for its “galactic” signatures, was also more “measured” in the current window. Los Blancos have spent $80m and are ranked 19th in the table.

They complete the top 10 Barcelona, who have splashed big in the current window but have struggled to sign La Liga reinforcements because of the salary cap. The Barca opened the boxes to bring in names like Lewandowski or Raphinha. A total of $153 million was spent.

The representative of Germany in the ranking, the Bayern Munichwhich integrated Sadio Mane as a big booster for the season, he spent $137 million.

Ajax, the club that won the most money

If on the one hand there are clubs that spend hundreds of millions, there are others who know how to sell. And the great example of the window is the Ajax. Accustomed to revealing great players throughout history, the Amsterdam club has established itself by buying young people and reselling them at exorbitant prices. This is the case of Anthony.

The striker revealed by São Paulo was the biggest sale of the current transfer window. The player of the Brazilian national team has been transferred to Manchester United in a deal worth $95 million that could rise to $100 million.

Among those who received the most money, the top 10 stands out for three English teams (CCity, Leeds United and Brighton), Portuguese (Benfica and Sporting), French (Lille and Monaco), and a Dutch (Ajax), German (bavaria) is Italian (Juventus). After the Ajaxthe Townwhich ranked seventh among the biggest spenders, showed a balance between inflows and outflows, ranking second.

The balance of the team Pep Guardiola It was favorable, as he pocketed $159 million, with a profit of over $20 million.

A curious fact among the 10 clubs that have earned the most money is that only the Bayern Munich terminated with negative numbers. Between entries and exits, the German giant had a balance of -33 million dollars.

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