Leeds United flex their muscles to make a statement among the big hits in world football

Leeds United were among the biggest donors in world football during the summer transfer window.

They were one of five Premier League clubs that made it into the top 10 and finished fifth on the overall list.

Teams from Spain, Italy and Portugal are also represented.

The list was compiled by Football365 using figures from the Transfermarkt website.

Leeds has injected £ 94.68m so far this summer, ahead of Manchester United, Arsenal, Atletico Madrid, Inter Milan and Benfica.

Only Juventus, Barcelona, ​​Manchester City and Chelsea spent more on signings.

The Premier League’s main summer transfer window closed on Monday evening, although top flights can still do business with their EFL counterparts until October 16.

Here’s a breakdown of the Leeds transfer business by the numbers: Rodrigo (£ 27m from Valencia), Diego Llorente (£ 18m from Real Sociedad), Helder Costa (£ 15.93m from Wolves), Raphina (15 , £ 3m from Rennes), Robin Koch (£ 11.7m from Freiburg), Illan Meslier (£ 5.85m from Lorient) and Joe Gelhardt (£ 900,000 from Wigan Athletic).

A graffiti mural featuring the Leeds United emblem is pictured on the side of a house in Leeds on August 16, 2020

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And here are the 10 biggest issues in full …

10 Manchester United – £ 75.15m

9 Arsenal – £ 77.4m

8 Atletico Madrid – £ 81m

7 Inter Milan – £ 87.3m

6 Benfica – £ 85.65m

5 Leeds United – £ 94.68m

4 Juventus – £ 99.1m

3 Barcelona – £ 111.6m

2 Manchester City – £ 141.12m

1 Chelsea – £ 222.48m



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