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Top 10 Most Expensive Transfers of 2016/2017 Summer Window  


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The summer transfer market have closed across Europe with clubs employing and offloading players. Here are the top 10 most expensive transfers of the 2016/2017 summer window.

1.      Paul Pogba      Juventus to Manchester United          €105m
2.      Gonzalo Higuaín         Napoli to Juventus                  €65m  
3.      Hulk    Zenit St Petersburg to Shanghai SIPG           €55.8m           
4.      John Stones     Everton to Manchester City                €55.6m
5.      Leroy Sané      Schalke to Manchester City                €50m
6.      Granit Xhaka              Borussia Monchengladbach to Arsenal          €45m
7.      Henrikh Mkhitaryan    Borussia Dortmund to Manchester     United €42m
8.      Sadio Mané     Southampton to Liverpool FC            €41.2m
9.      Shkodran Mustafi       Valencia to Arsenal FC          €41m
10.  Álvaro Morata            Juventus to Real Madrid         €30m


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