GdS: Milan have spent fifth most in Europe since 2010 – the figures

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan have spent the fifth-most of any team in Europe since the turn of the decade, a report has revealed.

The Rossoneri spent €69m in the summer mercato – as Di Marzio recently reported – on Theo Hernandez, Rade Krunic, Ismael Bennacer, Rafael Leao, Leo Duarte and Ante Rebic.

As reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews) – who have collected their data from the CIES observatory – Milan is the fifth European team for expenses in player transfers in the last decade (from 2010 to 2019).

Considering the amount of money spent minus those players sold, Milan have a negative balance of €439million in the period mentioned, behind only Manchester City (-1091million), Psg (-901m), Manchester United (-833m) and Barcelona (-720m).

The Rossoneri are ahead of Real Madrid (-425m), Juventus (-414 m), Chelsea (-395m) and Inter (-391m) in terms of spending.

Meanwhile, over the last two transfer windows Milan have spent the third-most with a negative balance of €153million, lower only than Real Madrid (-175m) and Aston Villa (-174m).


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