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Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Man City Spend 1.2B on transfer since 2008, Unbelievable, where other?

European teams Spending: Man City, PSG on the Top 20 List in Transfer Fees since 2008.




Premier League, Manchester City's net spend on transfers is at -£1.2 billion and one of the closest team is Paris Saint-Germain who have a net spend of -£822 million on transfers.


 The Premier League winners have spent an enormous amount of money since 2008. They've spent a whopping £1.5 billion and have a net spend of -£1.2 billion.


 Eights teams including Man City have spent money in excess of £1 billion on players since 2008. Real Madrid, Barcelona, Chelsea, PSG, Juventus, Manchester United, and Liverpool. While AS Monaco and Borussia Dortmund are the only teams in the top 20 to have a positive net spend.


Manchester City on top of the list and they could continue their transfer spree during this summer window. The Blues have been strongly linked with new recruits as they look to bolster their squad ahead of the 2019/20 season.

Riyad Mahrez remains the club's record transfer at £60 million.





European teams Spending: Man City, PSG on the Top 20 List in Transfer Fees since 2008.







According to Transfermarkt.



Position - Team - Expenditure - Net Spend



1. Manchester City: £1.5 billion (-£1.2bn)

2. Real Madrid: £1.27 billion (-£658m)

3. Barcelona: £1.27 billion (-£658m)

4. Chelsea: £1.22 billion (-£447m)

5. Paris Saint-Germain: £1.11 billion (-£822m)

6. Juventus: £1.08 billion (-£426m)

7. Manchester United: £1.04 billion (-£721m)

8. Liverpool: £1.01 billion (-£327m)

9. Inter Milan: £786 million (-£237m)

10. AC Milan: £746 million (-£347m)

11. Atletico Madrid: £740 million (-£69m)

12. AS Roma: £691 million (-£32m)

13. Arsenal: £665 million (-£297m)

14. Tottenham: £665 million (-£71m)

15. Bayern Munich: £661 million (-£395m)

16. AS Monaco: £615 million (+£247m)

17. Napoli: £593 million (-£222m)

18. Borussia Dortmund: £562 million (+£25m)

19. Everton: £530 million (-£220m)

20. Wolfsburg: £507 million (-£182m)





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