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Monday, December 23, 2019

Top 15 clubs with biggest transfer net spent this decade 2010s

Top 15 clubs with biggest transfer net spent this decade 2010 - 2019.

A little more than three years ago, fans thought it was crazy that Manchester United were spending £86 million on Paul Pogba. At the time, it was a world-record transfer fee.

 A year later, that record was obliterated when Paris Saint-Germain secured the services of Neymar for £200 million.

Top 15 clubs with biggest transfer net spent this decade 2010-2019

As we go from the 2010s to 2020s, spending in football shows no signs of slowing down.

 To prove that, we’ve talked about the Top 15 clubs with the greatest net spend this decade and tried to work out whether it’s been money well spent or not from this Decade 2010 - 2019.

Top 15 clubs with the greatest net spend this decade.

15 | Wolves | Net spend: £234m

Raul Jimenez (£35m) is by far the club’s most expensive signing of the decade.

14 | Everton | Net spend: £252m

Gylfi Sigurdsson was the Most expensive player with £45m, while Richarlison and Romelu Lukaku both commanded fees in excess of £30m.
The Toffees have recovered more than £350m in player sales, though.

13 | West Ham | Net spend: £256m

They spent £36m on Sebastien Haller in the summer but the striker hasn’t fruitfull.

12 | Liverpool | Net spend: £297m

The Reds have actually spent more than £900m this decade but they’ve received almost £650m in player sales.

Virgil van Dijk set the club back £75m, while Alisson and Naby Keita make up the top three most expensive players the club have signed.

11 | Bayern Munich | Net spend: £328m

Along with the 2012/13 Champions League winners, Bayern Munich has been a decade of near dominance in Germany. They splashed an eye-watering £72m on Lucas Hernandez ahead of this season.
Their next most expensive signing was Corentin Tolisso, who they brought for £37m.

10 | Inter Milan | Net spend: £333m

Inter spent £74m on Romelu Lukaku last summer, the club’s most expensive signing in their history.

9 | Real Madrid | Net spend: £397m

Real Madrid spent more than £1bn on the likes of Gareth Bale, Eden Hazard, and Cristiano Ronaldo.
But Los Blancos have also cashed in £650m - helped by the sale of Ronaldo to Juventus. Real Madrid clinched four Champions League trophies to show for it this decade.

8 | Arsenal | Net spend: £413m

Arsenals only have three FA Cups trophies in this decade. Their expenditure has come from splashing £72m on Nicolas Pepe, £57m on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and £47m on Alexandre Lacazette.

7 | Juventus | Net spend: £421m

Juventus are one of the biggest spenders this decade, having paid out £1.17bn in transfer fees.

Ronaldo was obviously the most expensive, while Gonzalo Higuain cost the Old Lady £81m and Matthijs de Ligt set them back £75m.

Top 10 English Teams with most major trophies won in this decade from 2010-2019.

6 | Chelsea | Net spend: £422m

Just the £1.2bn spent by Chelsea since 2010, with only Barcelona and Manchester City spending more (more on them later). However, receive more than £800m in transfer fees!

5 | AC Milan | Net spend: £436m

In the last six seasons, the Italian clubs have finished eighth, tenth, seventh, sixth, sixth and fifth.

4 | Barcelona | Net spend: £562m

Barca spent £1.23bn in the 2010s on superstars Philippe Coutinho, Ousmane Dembele, Antoine Griezmann and Neymar.

3 | Manchester United | Net spend: £847m

It seems a long time ago now, but Man United have actually won Six Major titles this decade.
The most expensive player? Pogba, obviously. Followed by Harry Maguire and Romelu Lukaku.

2 | Paris Saint-Germain | Net spend: £847m

Neymar for £200m and Mbappe for £165m are the most expensive players of this Decade in Football history.
In total, they spent £1.17bn but are still searching for their first-ever Champions League triumph.

1 | Manchester City | Net spend: £1.1bn

City has spent a crazy £1.39bn this decade with a net spend of more than £1bn.
Their most expensive signings have been Rodri, Kevin de Bruyne and Riyad Mahrez.

Final Worlds

While it’s no surprise to see the likes of Barca, PSG and Man City at the top of the net spend list, there are certainly a few shocks.

Milan being fifth is certainly a worry with the Italian club having very little to show for it.

Then there’s Liverpool in 12th, who have assembled one of the best squads in the world for a relatively modest net spend.

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