Cityzens, Assemble! Premiere League reigning champion and football giant, Manchester City broke records as they become the first club in the history of football to invest more than one billion euros ($1.1 billion) on transfer windows this summer to complete its powerhouse squad, says a report by the CIES Football Observatory. Following their back-to-back victory in the English top flight and their current dominance in English football, Manchester City strengthen its form by spending huge amount to ink worthy names that can help the team in defending their glory. To get the latest updates on sports news, betting odds and match predictions just register an account to 12Bti Sportsbook. You can get as much as 88% BTI welcome bonus and more amazing rewards and promotions to be given away. Be part of the biggest and leading name in online betting and more!
This elite force has spent 32 times more than Norwich City on its squad of players. Currently owned by Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed al-Nahyan’s investment company Abu Dhabi United Group, City became busy in the transfer market in recent years as they have purchased 18 different players since Mansour’s takeover in 2008. City benefited a lot in terms of finances, having signed big names in football to create a solid squad to beat.
City is also listed as the biggest spender on player transfers in the past decade, having spent 1,368 billion euros ($1,809) on transfers including the most expensive purchase in the club history, the Spanish midfielder Rodri that worth 70 million euros ($77.6 million) clause to release him from Atletico Madrid. Aside from Rodri, Riyad Mahrez (60 million), Joao Cancelo (60 million), Aymeric Laporte (57 million) and Kevin De Bruyne (55 million) are the club’s most expensive signing of all time. You can claim your rewards at 12BTi Sportsbook as soon as you register an account. Try it now!
Pep Guardiola was active in the transfer market to make sure that the form will not disappoint and it seems like that the money they spent for the these players are all worth it as they bag 2 Premiere League in a row along with FA Cup, Carabao Cup and Community Shield titles last season. French champions Paris Saint-Germain were second in the list having spent 913 million euros and Spain’s Real Madrid were third with 902 million euros.
Manchester United is the fourth in the list and second-most expensive squad in the Premier League having spent 751 million euros. The report included figures from fixed insurances for permanent transfers, eventual add-ons and investments for paying loans. At the other end of the list, Germany’s Paderborn had the cheapest squad in the study having spent only 4 million euros. Claim your welcome bonus right after you created an account and double your earnings by staying in touch with the latest rewards, bonus and promotions only here at 12BET!