The summer transfer window may likely resume fully by July, as many clubs will be preparing to buy top quality Players for the new season. Mostly teams that are challenging for European trophies and the quest to win their Leagues in various European countries. Premier League clubs spent big on but players and their agents.
Chelsea football club of England ￼were the biggest spenders on the transfer market last summer,most interestingly,it resulted in biggest compensation for the intermediaries. The West London club spent £35million in agents fees in the last 12 months.thr biggest figure among all the Premier League clubs. While Pep Guardiola side - Manchester City and Ole Gunnar Solskjear - Manchester City b spent £30million and £29million respectively,as they are the only sides close to the Blues in terms of money spent to their intermediaries during their transfer business last year. Meanwhile Liverpool spent £21million, Tottenham Hotspur £16m complete the top 5 after having spent in acquisition of new signing last year.
The Blues are on top as the biggest spenders,having spent more £220million to acquire the signature of Hakim Ziyech,Timor Werner,Kai Harvertz,Ben Chilwell, Edouard Mendy and Thiago Silva and Malang Sarr on free transfer.Some of the players have impress as others are yet,which is one of the factor that will motivate the Blues to do business in the summer transfer window.
The table below shows the statistics of the money spent by Premier League clubs to agent in the last transfer window last year.Burnley and West Brom spent the least on agents during the transfer window last year.
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