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Barça, the fourth team that has invested the most in transfers

Published:25/07/2022 - 01:38h

Updated:25/07/2022 - 08:21h

FC Barcelona returns to compete in the transfer market. The azulgrana, in the absence of knowing the outcome of Jules Koundé's future, have invested a significant amount to reinforce their dressing room

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It is not a secret for anybody that from the FC Barcelona are doing the impossible to renew his staff and that this was sufficiently competitive so that the club can litigate by the titles from the season 2022-2023. The Barcelona, in the middle of a historical economic crisis, finish selling 25% of the television rights by the next 25 years, that has generated 522,5 million euros (without plusvalías) for the accounts.

This economic injection has been key so that the culés went out to the market of signings. The Barça achieved to Andreas Christensen and Franck Kessié like free agents, but for the rest has had to disburse important quantities. By Raphinha agreed pay 58 million fixed euros (more variable) in three terms to the Leeds United, whereas by Robert Lewandowski offered 45 'kilos' fixed to the Bayern of Munich, without explaining the variables.

These investments have positioned to the Catalan entity like the fourth team that more money has left in the market of wintry signings, by behind the Arsenal (132M), Bayern of Munich (114,5M) and Manchester City (108,7M), according to figures collected by 'Sportive World'. The group directed by Mikel Arteta, for example, have paid by Gabriel Jesus 52,2M, by the 35M of Zinchenko and Fábio Scallop, among others.

The Bayern of Munich, in front of the 'escape' of stars, also has had to throw the house by the window to achieve reinforce his staff. The most important signing has been the one of Matthijs of Ligt, pertinent of the Juventus, by which paid 67 'kilos' fixed more variable. Also it has arrived Sadio Mané from the Liverpool by 32M, Ryan by 18,5M and Mazraoui like free agent, both from the Ajax.

The Manchester City of Pep Guardiola has remained in the third position, with 108,7 millions in what it goes of market, although it is worth it to remember that it is one of the teams that has been more intelligent to the hour to sell to his players, with key operations like the ones of Gabriel Jesús, Zinchenko or Raheem Sterling (160M between all the exits), that have allowed them buy without a lot of worry to Erling Haaland (60M), Kalvin Phillips (48,7M) and Julián Alvarez (17M).

The 'top 5', in any case, closes it the Tottenham. Antonio Conte has asked several reinforcements so that his team can compete in the Champions League again. They have spent up to now a total of 102M, with the incorporations of Richarlison from the Everton by 58M, Yves Bissouma pertinent of the Brighton by 29,2M and Djed Spende (14,7). The 'spurs' also have done with the services of Ivan Perisic and Fraser Forster like free agents and Clément Lenglet like loan.

Top 10 of the teams that more have spent

  1. Arsenal: 132 million euros
  2. Bayern Of Munich: 117,5 million euros
  3. Manchester City: 108,7 million euros
  4. FC Barcelona: 103 million euros
  5. Tottenham: 102 million euros
  6. Chelsea: 94,2 million euros
  7. Juventus: 90 million euros
  8. Liverpool: 86 million euros
  9. Borussia Dortmund: 86 million euros
  10. Real Madrid: 80 million euros

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