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    Europe’s top 20 biggest spending clubs in the last eight years

    Interesting

    Summarize :
    https://talksport.com/football/41868...transfer-fees/

    Full CIES report:
    http://www.football-observatory.com/...es/mr/mr37/en/


    20. Borussia Dortmund have spent £478.69million in transfer fees since 2010
    19. Bayern Munich have spent £499.34million in transfer fees since 2010
    18. Valencia have spent £500.33million in transfer fees since 2010
    17. Napoli have spent £521.97million in transfer fees since 2010
    16. Tottenham Hotspur have spent £530.98million in transfer fees since 2010
    15. Everton have spent £538.19million in transfer fees since 2010
    14. Arsenal have spent £604.90million in transfer fees since 2010
    13. AC Milan have spent £611.21million in transfer fees since 2010
    12. Monaco have spent £636.46million in transfer fees since 2010
    11. Inter Milan have spent £674.32million in transfer fees since 2010
    10. Atletico Madrid have spent £688.74million in transfer fees since 2010
    9. Roma have spent £729.31million in transfer fees since 2010
    8. Real Madrid have spent £822.16million in transfer fees since 2010
    7. Liverpool have spent £965.50million in transfer fees since 2010
    6. Juventus have spent £978.12million in transfer fees since 2010
    5. Manchester United have spent £993.45million in transfer fees since 2010
    4. Paris Saint-Germain have spent £1.120billion in transfer fees since 2010
    3. Barcelona have spent £1.258billion in transfer fees since 2010
    2. Chelsea have spent £1.310billion in transfer fees since 2010
    1. Manchester City have spent £1.325billion in transfer fees since 2010

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    Not surprised.

    Is that total spending or net spending?

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    Nothing to be suprised about, barca always spend big and often overpay players


    Just dembele and cou 300m

    On selling neymar they didnt earn alot, if something, considering they paid for him 100+ with all those penaltys and his high salary


    Edit: notice how real become smarter, they are behind liverpool
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    If these numbers aren't net spendings then they don't really mean all that much.

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    It's not net spend. This is net spend:

    1. City: -1032m
    2. PSG: -874m
    3. United: -772m
    4. Barca: -598m
    5. Chelsea: -538m
    6. Juve: -409m
    7. Liverpool: -327m
    8. Milan: -296m
    9. Arsenal: -286m
    10: Madrid: -260m

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    Real's -260M is very impressive.

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    Real doing great business. They must have made a fortune last 10 years..

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    They sign high potential youngsters nowadays and grow them, thus saves them the cost.

    Vinicius is 40M buy, if it pays off you basically saved yourself a 100 extra million.

    If he flops, you can grt at least half of that.

    That's risk worth taking.

    I hope we do the same with De ligt and De jong.

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    Real Madrid have less net spend than penny pinchers Arsenal.

    FFFFFSSSSSSS incredible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Devils View Post
    Real Madrid have less net spend than penny pinchers Arsenal.

    FFFFFSSSSSSS incredible.
    Its the last 8 years though, add in 2009 and we would climb considerably on that list.
    No doubt we have done some good business though.