The leagues have ended and the transfer window is now open and it is time for the big boy buyouts. With the pandemic halting the normal course of the procession, the big clubs are finally getting back.

Liverpool winning this Barclay’s Premier League, FC Barcelona and Man City in a tussle for Messi , all clubs are looking for the right fit.

So who is spending on what, and who’s going where? Let’s look at some of the most expensive buyouts until now.


Big Boy Buyouts: Chelsea Logo

The boys in blue are back in the business as Willian leaving for Arsenal and Pedro being drawn away too, Lampard looks like he needs to strengthen the Chelsea lineup.

Timo Werner- from RB Leipzig for £45 million

Hakim Ziyech- from AJAX for £33.3 million

Ben Chillwell- from Leicester for £50 million

Thiago Silva- from PSG ( FREE TRANSFER )

Kai Havertz- from Bayer Leverkusen for £89 million


Arsenal Logo

After successfully winning the FA CUP while beating Chelsea and luring Willian away across London, Mikel Arteta is looking to still do some business.

Cedric Soares- from Southhampton

Pable Mari- from Flamengo

Gabriel- from Lille for £27 million


Big Boy Buyouts: Man City Logo

Pep Guardiola is locked in a battle as he tries to get Lionel Messi in the light blue of city colors- a buyout clause of 700 million euros. But still, Guardiola has been doing business on the side.

Nathan Ake- from AFC Bournemouth for £41 million

Ferran Torres- from Valencia for £20.8 million


Big Boy Buyouts: ManU Logo

Ole Gunnar Solskjær remains around four to five players short of creating a world-class outfit capable if rivaling his premier league counterparts.

Donny van de Beek- from AJAX for £40 million

Odion Ighalo – LOAN from Shanghai Greenland Shenhua F.C.


Liverpool Logo

Jürgen Klopp finally made the Anfield dream come true, winning the premier league. After creating an invincible squad- Liverpool has not made any big transfers yet. Maybe they do not need to, by the looks of it or maybe they are planning something bigger.

Stay tuned for more transfer news and other sports-related stuff do let us know your favorite teams and the squads you are hoping for in the comment section below.

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