Serie A capital tops Liga, Bundesliga

With €608m spent in the transfer window, Serie A is richer than the Liga or Bundesliga, but still behind the Premier League.
Italian football has long been impoverished, but from a financial point of view at least it is bouncing back.
La Gazzetta dello Sport provided a round-up of the expenses for all clubs put together, and it came to €608m at mercato closure.
This was higher than the €571m spent by La Liga and the €439 spent by the Bundesliga, though still substantially lagging behind the Premier League’s €1,106m.
The most expensive transfers were Paulo Dybala to Juventus for €32m and Geoffrey Kondogbia to Inter for €30m plus bonuses.
source: football italia

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