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Top 5 biggest spending European Clubs of this transfer window 

Venkat Harish
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Griezman's switch to Barcelona is the biggest transfer highlight so far Aston Villa make their return to Premier League after a gap of years
Griezman's switch to Barcelona is the biggest transfer highlight so far Aston Villa make their return to Premier League after a gap of years

The European Football season is about to begin in a few days. The clubs across the continent have spent the past two months in search of the players who can make their clubs perform better. The current transfer window has already seen some big-money signings. Few clubs have dug deep into their pockets in hope to get big stars to play for their team. There have already been three transfers of € 100 million or more this season. Let us look into the clubs that have spent the most in the current transfer window so far. The stats below includes the cost paid to loan the players into the team.


#5 Aston Villa - € 125 million

Aston Villa make their return to Premier League after a gap of years

Aston Villa got promoted to the Premier League after a gap of three years. Aston Villa played all 24 Premier League seasons before the 2016 relegation. The owners of the club seem to want the same run again under their manager Dean Smith. They have spent nearly € 125 million on signing new players.

Wesley Moraes is their costliest signing at € 25 million. With petty spendings on many other players, Aston Villa has strengthened their squad in almost all departments. Tyrone Mings, Douglas Luiz are few of the players from the other Premier League clubs who switched to the newly-promoted side. 

Aston Villa has spent more than the league's regular big spenders Manchester City and Manchester United. The other astonishing fact is that Aston Villa is the only club that has spent more than €100 million in transfers and will not be playing European football next season. It will be interesting to see where Aston Villa will finish in the highly competitive Premier League next season.

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