As we head towards the new season, the transfer window is still on with numerous deals and transfers completed over the past few months.
Clubs around Europe have no doubt spent a lot in the transfer window, with the English Premier League alone spending more than a billion Euros in the ongoing window.
Although they are still clubs that are yet to welcome any new players in the clubs, here are the top five European teams with the highest money spent in the window. Note: this expenditure is according to Transfermarkt.
Despite lamenting about the lack of funds, the Catalan giant is the highest spender in the ongoing transfer market.
Xavi and the club’s hierarchies have spent €153million on players like Raphinha, Jules Kounde, and Robert Lewandowski. Others are free transfers.
2. Bayern Munich.
The Bundesliga giants reportedly spent a huge sum of €137million on the likes of Sadio Mane, Ryan Gravenberch, Matthijs De Ligt, and Mathys Tel.
Arsenal is the highest spenders in the English Premier League this summer. The Gunners spent €132million on Gabriel Jesus, Fabio Vieira, Oleksandr Zinchenko, Matt Turner, and Marquinhos.
4. Manchester City.
The Citizens also strengthened their squad with players like Erling Haaland, and Kalvin Phillips for €108million.5 Leeds United.
5. Leeds United.
Leeds is very busy in the summer after narrowly escaping relegation last season.
Leeds United has spent €108million this summer on Brenden Aaronson, Luis Sinisterra, Tyler Adams, Ramus Kristensen, Marc Roca, and Darko Gyabi.