LaLiga, with 557 million euros, spent least of Europe's biggest leagues

The Premier League, with 1.6 billion euros, almost trebled LaLiga's spending

Serie A, Ligue 1 and the Bundesliga also spent more than Spain's top flight

Dembélé, con 105 millones, ha sido la operación más elevada en LaLiga
Dembélé, con 105 millones, ha sido la operación más elevada en LaLiga | FCB

Spain's transfer window was the last to close of Europe's five biggest leagues, shutting on Friday night with a combined spend across LaLiga of 557 million euros. 

Barcelona, who spent 187m spent the most in Spain's top flight, followed by Sevilla (64m) and Villarreal (45m), while Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid hardly invested for varying reasons. 

While Madrid have bet on young signings, like Theo Hernandez and Dani Ceballos, Atletico were unable to make signings, although they spent 36m on Vitolo who will arrive in January. 

As for outgoings, Barça also top the list, receiving 226m, followed by Real Madrid (142m) and Sevilla (75m). 

The Premier League leads the way 

As for Europe's other leagues, the Premier League has spent the most this summer. English top flight clubs combined to spend 1.6 billion, with Manchester City the biggest spenders on 244m. 

Italy's Serie A (887m) come next, with Milan spending 214m. France's Ligue 1 (677m) is in third place, thanks to PSG's 238m spent on signings, not including their loan deal for Kylian Mbappe. And in fourth, also ahead of La Liga, is the Bundesliga, with 609m, left by Bayern with 103m. 


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