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Seven European giants have spent more than €1 billion in transfer fees since 2010, but Real Madrid is, surprisingly, not one of them. Here are the highest-spending teams since 2010.The International Centre for Sports Studies (CIES), a Swiss-based football statistics institute, has published its latest report on ลิ้ ง sbo the spending of the clubs among Europe's top five leagues between 2010 and 2018.Premier League champions Manchester City lead the ranking with an outlay of €1.47 billion (R25 billion) between 2010 and 2018, with current boss Pep Guardiola spending €600 million (R10 billion) on new players since his arrival in 2016.The Citizens are followed by Chelsea, with the Blues having paid a whopping €1.31 billion (R22 billion) in transfer fees since 2010, while Spanish giants FC Barcelona are third with an outlay of €1.26 billion (R21.5 billion).The Blaugrana edged out French champions Paris Saint-Germain to third place, with PSG spending €1.24 billion (R21.2 billion) on new arrivals since 2010.Despite a relatively quiet transfer window this time around, Manchester United are fifth with an outlay of €1.10 billion (R18.8 billion). Of this ลิ้ ง sbo massive amount, Jose Mourinho has spent €432 million (R7.4 billion).Serie A giants Juventus, with €1.09 billion (R18.6 billion), and Premier League side Liverpool, with €1.07 billion (R18.3 billion), are the other two sides that have spent over €1 billion (R17.1 billion) since 2010.UEFA Champions League winners Real, who were well-known for spending big on their "Galactico" signings, appear only in eighth position after spending €912 million (R15.6 billion) over the analysed period.Serie A side AS Roma, with €809 million (R13.8 billion), and LaLiga club Atletico Madrid, with €764 million (R13.1 billion), complete the top 10.Interestingly, German giants Bayern Munich, who regularly reach the latter stages of the Champions League, appear only in ลิ้ ง sbo 20th position after spending €554 million (R9.5 billion) between 2010 and 2018.
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