Here’s top 25 highest transfer fee paying club since 2000

first_img23 – WEST HAM UNITED – 427 TRANSFERS – €736.95m 22 – OLYMPIQUE LYON – 193 TRANSFERS – €746.54m 19 – VALENCIA CF – 312 TRANSFERS – €866.91m Before 2003 Chelsea weren’t a big spending club but they were the first side to really have a huge cash injection from a new wealthy owner, when Roman Abramovich took over.Lenny Pidgeley, ChelseaRead Also: West Ham stun Chelsea, Aubameyang fires Arsenal revival Transfer prices have been getting higher and higher since Luis Figo broke the world record when he moved to Real Madrid from Barcelona for €62 million in 2000.Since then the transfer record has been broken on six occasions but 39 other transfers have officially been worth more than the deal for the Portuguese forward.High transfer prices have increased throughout and football, through television deals and rich owners, has only got wealthier, so it’s no surprise to see 15 clubs have spent over €1 billion in the past 20 years.According to Transfermarkt, Chelsea are the biggest spenders since the turn of the century and the top four have all spent over €2 billion in that time. 14 – ARSENAL – 317 TRANSFERS – €1.13bn 20 – BORUSSIA DORTMUND – 189 TRANSFERS – €829.03m The money has served them well as they’ve won five Premier League titles, five FA Cup, three League Cups, the Europa League and the Champions League in that time. 3 – FC BARCELONA – 195 TRANSFERS – €2.06bn 17 – SSC NAPOLI – 585 TRANSFERS – €910.70m 24 – SEVILLA FC – 305 TRANSFERS – €716.78m 16 – BAYERN MUNICH – 129 TRANSFERS – €995.69m Loading… 13 – AS ROMA – 665 TRANSFERS – €1.23bn 12 – TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR – 407 TRANSFERS – €1.25bn 9 – LIVERPOOL FC – 369 TRANSFERS – €1.48bncenter_img 7 – INTER MILAN – 790 TRANSFERS – €1.58bn 21 – NEWCASTLE UNITED – 339 TRANSFERS – €767.02m It’s fair to say Newcastle haven’t always got a return on their spending.  8 – PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN – 266 TRANSFERS – €1.55bn 15 – AS MONACO – 420 TRANSFERS – €1.03 Billion 25 – ASTON VILLA – 375 TRANSFERS – €696.94 million 10 – ATLÉTICO MADRID – 331 TRANSFERS – €1.35bn 4 – MANCHESTER CITY – 409 TRANSFERS – €2.05bn 1 – CHELSEA FC – 471 TRANSFERS – €2.16bn 5 – JUVENTUS FC – 761 TRANSFERS – €1.90bn 18 – EVERTON FC – 302 TRANSFERS – €877.31m 6 – MANCHESTER UNITED – 316 TRANSFERS – €1.78bn Van Gaal pointing at a plane that might take him and Di Maria away from Old Trafford.  2 – REAL MADRID – 201 TRANSFERS – €2.14bn Money doesn’t always buy you success, but sometimes it does. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 11 – AC MILAN – 639 TRANSFERS – €1.32bnlast_img read more


Pat L. McCluskey

first_imgLeadia “Pat” Lorraine McCluskey, age 78 of Indianapolis, Indiana, passed away on Monday, January 13, 2020 at St. Francis Hospital.  The daughter of John and Edith (Moody) Warram was born on March 29, 1941 in Versailles, Indiana.Pat worked as a hair dresser for many years. She will be dearly missed by her friends and family.She is survived by her children Richard (Belinda) Hager, Alan (Melody) Hager and Stephanie (the late Tony) England; six grand children and one great grandchild; along with one step brother, three step sisters and her adopted sister, Mable Owens.In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husbands, Francis Hager and Jerry McCluskey, sister, Denise Warram and one grandchild.There will be a Celebration of Life on Saturday, January 18, 2020 from 4-6pm at the Faith Assembly of God, 186 Royal Rd., Beechgrove, IN 46107.Meyers Funeral Home is assisting the family.  Online condolences www.meyersfuneralhomes.com.last_img read more