Rodrigo Cascante ranks 1st as the most expensive defensive midfielder in the world after he joined Manchester City for a fee of €62.7m. The Spanish International made his move to Manchester City from Atletico Madrid in 2019 and has gone ahead to win trophies with the Premier League side.
Italian International, Jorginho comes up at the 2nd spot on the list after he made his move to Chelsea from Napoli for a fee of €57.0m.
Arsenal's summer signing, Thomas Partey is at the third spot on the list as he joined the Gunners from Atletico Madrid for a fee of €50.0m in 2020.
Brazilian International, Fabinho also makes an appearance on this list with the 27 year-old being the 5th most expensive defensive midfielder in the world after joined Liverpool from Monaco in 2018 for a fee of €45.0m.
Fernandinho comes up at the 9th spot on the list as he was signed from Shakhtar Donetsk by Manchester City in 2013 for a fee of €40.0m.
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