Mercato: PSG king of transfers in Ligue 1


With a spending of 147.50 million euros, Paris Saint-Germain took the first place by a large margin ahead of the French clubs that would have spent the most money in the off-season, ahead of Stade Rennes and Olympique de Marseille.

Renato Sanchez, Paris Saint-Germain, Paris Saint-Germain

Collection “Quality” According to Galtier

Six players came to fill the ranks of Paris Saint-Germain in the off-season. The capital club have signed Portuguese midfielder Vetnia (41.50 million euros, Porto), Spanish midfielder Fabian Ruiz (23 million euros, Napoli), Spanish attacking midfielder Carlos Soler (18 million euros, FC Valence), Portuguese midfielder Renato Sanchez. (15 million euros). Euros, Lille), French right-back Nordi Mukele (12 million euros, Leipzig) and French striker Hugo Eketek (loan, Stade Reims).

In the top 10 spending clubs

Despite the failure of the arrival of a central defender – Inter Milan did not release Slovak international Milan Skriniar – Christoph Galtier was satisfied with the recruitment. “We have worked quietly from the start. The most important thing is that the transfer window is over. We will do with the staff at my disposal, which is QualityThe Parisian coach analyzed at a press conference. Taking into account the exercise of the option to buy Portuguese defender Nuno Mendes, who was bought for 38 million euros, PSG would have spent 147.50 million euros. The seventh most active club in Europe – a good distance from first-placed Chelsea – the French champions unsurprisingly crush the competition in France.

According to numbers from Transfer MarketIt is clear that Paris Saint-Germain is ahead of Stade Rennais, the second most expensive team in Ligue 1 with purchases estimated at 76 million euros. They are followed in the top ten by Olympique Marseille (75.40 million euros), Nice (70 million euros), Racing Club de Lens (32.15 million euros), Lille (26 million euros), Troyes (17.50 million euros), Stade de Reims (17.50 million euros). euro). 16.60 million euros), Toulouse FC (10.40 million euros) and Olympique Lyonnais (9.45 million euros).

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