Manchester United and Liverpool have spent over €1BILLION each on players since 2010

September 04, 2018

Seven of Europe's biggest clubs have spent more than €1bn in transfer fees since 2010. And four are from the Premier League — Manchester City, Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool.



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