Check out the ranking of the top 10 clubs by spending in summer Mercato

Bayern Munich topped the list of clubs spending the most in the current transfer market after paying Dutch Juventus defender Matthijs de Ligt €70m, in addition to other variables.

According to the German newspaper Bild, Bayern Munich spent 120.5 million euros on 3 players: (Dutch Matisse de Ligt – 70 million euros, Senegalese Sadio Mane – 32 million euros and the Dutch Real Gravenberch – 18.5 million euros) .

And in second place is the English team Manchester City, who spent 108.75 on two deals, including (Norwegian Erling Haaland – 60 million euros and Englishman Calvin Phillips – 48.75 million euros).

Barcelona advanced to third place, spending €103m in exchange for inclusion (Polish Robert Lewandowski €45m and Brazilian Rafinha €58m).

Arsenal are in fourth place with €97.06m compared to (Brazilian Gabriel Jesus €52.2m, Portuguese Fabio Vieira €35m, American Matt Turner €6.36m and Brazilian Marquinhos €3.5m). million euros).

Chelsea came in fifth with 94.2 million euros in exchange for signing (Englishman Raheem Sterling, 56.2 million euros, Senegalese Kalidou Koulibaly, 38 million euros).

Borussia Dortmund finished sixth with 86 million euros compared to (Ivorian Sebastian Heller 31 million euros, German Karim Adheim 30 million euros, German Nico Schlutterbeck 20 million euros and Turk Saleh Ozkan 5 million euros).

Liverpool finished in seventh place, spending €85.8m in return (€75m from Nunez of Uruguay, €5.9m from Englishman Fabio Carvalho and €4.9m from Scot Calvin Ramsey).

As for the eighth place, Real Madrid received 80 million euros in one deal that is (Frenchman Aurélien Chaumini).

Ninth was Paris Saint-Germain, who spent €79.5m in exchange for the inclusion of the Portuguese (€41.5m Fittinha and €38m in exchange for the activation of the purchase of the contract of the Portuguese Nuno Mendes).

While Manchester United spent €72.37m and finished in tenth place, it included (Argentine defender Lisandro Martínez for €57.37m and Dutchman Tieril Malacia for €15m).

Source: “Agency”

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