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Biggest English Premier League deals
August 14th, 2009 7AM



[TRANSFER WATCH] It's been a relatively quiet summer on the English Premier League transfer market. The spender has been Manchester City, which has been involved in five of the 10 biggest deals involving EPL buyers. City has spent $155 million on summer signings and the transfer market is not yet closed.

$41.0 million Emmanuel Adebayor  (Arsenal to Man. City)
$41.0 million Carlos Tevez (Man. Utd. to Man. City)
$34.0 million Alberto Aquilani (Roma to Liverpool)
$30.0 million Roque Santa Cruz (Blackburn to Man. City)
$30.0 million Antonio Valencia (Wigan to Man. Utd.)
$28.9 million Yuri Zhirkov (CSKA Moscow to Chelsea)
$28.6 million Glen Johnson (Portsmouth to Liverpool)
$23.0 million Kolo Toure (Arsenal to Man. City)
$19.8 million Gareth Barry (Aston Villa to Man. City)
$19.7 million Stewart Downing (Middlesbrough to Aston Villa)


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