Enzo Fernández became the most expensive signing in the history of the Premier League after his arrival at Chelsea for $130.4 million dollars. The Argentine midfielder tops the list of the 10 most expensive signings, although only one of them has won the UEFA Champions League.
At number 10 is Wesley Fofana, the Chelsea center-back arrived in 2022 for $84.7 million. Fofana has barely made 6 appearances in all competitions due to his injuries, although the Frenchman is expected to be one of the best centre-backs in the league.
At number 9 is Virgil Van Djik, one of the most successful signings in Liverpool’s history for $89.8 million. The Dutch central defender is the most successful after having won a Champions League in three finals played, a Premier League, a Club World Cup and Best Player in Europe.
Forward Romelu Lukaku appears twice on the list. He is 7th with $89.9 million to Manchester United in 2017 where he only lasted 2 seasons. Then he is in third place with $120 million dollars to Chelsea in 2021 where he only played one season and did not have many games after falling out with Thomas Tuchel and going out again to Serie A with Inter Milan.
Jadon Sancho is in 7th place for $90.2 million when he joined Manchester United in 2021 although the player has been relegated to the bench and injuries have not allowed him to shine like Borussia Dortmund. This year he has only played 10 Premier League games with 2 goals.
Jack Grealish is in second place with $124.7 million and was taken out as the most expensive signing in Premier League history.. The English winger of Manchester City. Grealish is another of the signings that has been left behind and that this season has played more coming off the bench than as a starter.
The Englishman only has 2 goals and 3 assists in 14 Premier League games. In 64 games with City he only has 8 goals and 8 assists.
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