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Mercado - Los 10 clubes que más han gastado hasta la fecha

Aún restan varias semanas para que cierre el mercado de fichajes. Sin embargo, esto no ha impedido que algunos de los clubes más importantes del planeta fútbol ya hayan cerrado una serie de incorporaciones de nivel. Así, aunque afectados por la crisis mundial, estos clubes no han escatimado en gastos para lograr nuevos fichajes. Surge ahora una duda a este respecto: De las principales ligas europeas (Inglaterra, España, Alemania, Italia, Francia, Portugal) ¿Cuáles son los conjuntos que más han invertido desde la apertura del mercado de fichajes? Como era de esperar, el AS Mónaco encabeza esta clasificación en la que también encontramos dos clubes españoles como Real Madrid y FC Barcelona. Los 10 clubes que más han gastado en lo que llevamos de mercado: 1- Mónaco (Ligue 1) con 144 M€ gastados (Falcao 60 M€, James Rodriguez 45 M€, Moutinho 25 M€, Toulalan 5 M€, Martial 5 M€, Isimat-Mirin 4 M€). 2 – Manchester City (Premier League) con 118 M€ gastados (Fernandinho 40 M€, Jovetic 30 M€, Negredo 28 M€, Jesús Navas 20 M€) 3 – PSG (Ligue 1) con 110,9 M€ gastados (Cavani 64,5 M€, Marquinhos 31,4 M€, Digne 15 M€) 4 – Real Madrid (Liga) con 72,5 M€ gastados (Illarramendi 33 M€, Isco 27 M€, Carvajal 6,5 M€, Casemiro 6 M€) 5 - FC Barcelona (Liga) con 57 M€ gastados (Neymar 57 M€) 6 – Bayern Múnich (Bundesliga) con 57 M€ gastados (Götze 37 M€, Thiago Alcantara 20 M€) 7 – Borussia Dortmund (Bundesliga) con 50 M€ gastados (Mkhitaryan 27,5 M€, Aubameyang 13 M€, Sokratis 9,5 M€) 8 – Roma (Serie A) con 49,89 M€ gastados (Strootman 20 M€, Benatia 13,5 M€, Jedjav 5 M€, Destro 4,5 M€, Verre 2,5 M€, Caprari 2 M€, Piscitella 1,5 M€, Skorupski 890 000 €) 9 – Nápoles (Serie A) con 42,95 M€ gastados (Raúl Albiol 12 M€, Callejón 10 M€, Mertens 9,7 M€, Rafael 5 M€, Armero 4 M€, Calaio 1,25 M€, Radosevic 1 M€) 10 – Chelsea (Premier League) con 31,4 M€ gastados (Schürrle 22 M€, Van Ginkel 9,4 M€)
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