Here’s an article about transfer spending since 2010:
by Football Italia1 hour ago
Juventus, Roma and Inter are among the top 10 highest-spending clubs on the transfer market in Europe since 2010.
The Premier League shattered records to take the top three slots, followed by Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona, Liverpool and Real Madrid.
However, Juventus, Roma and Financial Fair Play-impaired Inter all splashed the cash too over the last six years.
According to data published by Osservatorio Calcistico Cies, Manchester City spent a remarkable €1,024m since 2010.
Money spent on transfers since 2010:
Manchester City: €1,024m
Manchester United: €841m
Paris Saint-Germain: €691m
Livet pool: €663m
Real Madrid: €644m
Interesting to see our spending compared to teams who are regular quarter/semi/Finalists in the CL.
What would be interesting would be to see net spending, how many players were bought (average spend per player), and how many players we still have.
I think it is there that we would be found wanting. Where others spend massive on a few “top” players I’d suspect we have bought a lot more players for less. And because of it we aren’t having as much success and are shipping them out the door when they aren’t elevating our results