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Top 10 highest-spending clubs this summer so far confirmed as four Saudi clubs feature

Marcus Chan

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Top 10 highest-spending clubs this summer so far confirmed as four Saudi clubs feature

As the 23/24 season fast approaches, the top 10 highest-spending clubs in the summer transfer window so far have been revealed.

To date, we have seen some high-profile exits and some big-money deals.

Jude Bellingham became the most expensive British player of all time after his £115 million move from Borussia Dortmund to Real Madrid.

However, most of the headlines have been made by Saudi Arabian clubs, who have been splashing the cash in a bid to lure some of football’s biggest names to the Saudi Professional League.

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The likes of Karim Benzema, Roberto Firmino, N’Golo Kante, Sadio Mane, Fabinho and Jordan Henderson have all ditched European football for the Middle East.

According to data from Transfermarkt, these are the 10 highest-spending clubs so far in the transfer window.

10. Al Ittihad - Saudi Arabia - €75.8 million

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9. Al Nassr - Saudi Arabia - €80 million

8. Al Ahli - Saudi Arabia - €80.7 million

7. Aston Villa - England - €85.1 million

6. Manchester United - England - €91.2 million

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5. Real Madrid - Spain - €124.5 million

4. Tottenham Hotspur - England - €124.7 million

3. Paris Saint Germain - France - €128 million

2. Al Hilal - Saudi Arabia - €161.2 million

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1. Arsenal - England - €211.7 million

Premier League giants Arsenal are currently the biggest spenders having brought in the likes of Declan Rice, Jurrien Timber and Kai Havertz.

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It has been reported that the Emirates club have agreed personal terms with Raya, but now have to negotiate with Brentford, who are looking for £40 million to part ways with their goalkeeper.

Arsenal are hoping to go one better than last season as they look to win the Premier League.

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Topics: Football, Saudi Arabia, Saudi Pro League, Premier League, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, Al Nassr, Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid, Aston Villa, Manchester United

Marcus Chan
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