There are a lot of European champions here, including the one Liverpool signed in 1997 after he scored twice in the final.
Three of this lot made good careers from a single move, one got sussed very early, the jury is still out on the other...
Man Utd buying and selling, Milan 'bottling it', Man City going big and Thierry Henry never playing in Spain...
Leicester are one Youri Tielemans away from catching Arsenal on this list. That's wonderful.
These Premier League players have not gone, but they absolutely have been forgotten.
Why pay £80m for Maguire when you can pay £40m for Ake? And other cheap options...
For how long will Trevor Sinclair reign as Manchester City's most expensive 30-year-old signing?
The Americans love fun far more than the British, which is why they are bringing a touch of circus to the MLS.
Adrien Rabiot and Aaron Ramsey are just two of the latest players to spend their best years as a free agent.
Would you say 27 is the peak age for a footballer? Arsenal have made a mockery of that theory here.
The top six is dominated by Spain and Germany. They did not take two all-English finals very well indeed...
Make no mistake: Aaron Wan-Bissaka has joined esteemed company now his Man United move is done.
Among the long list of records Wan-Bissaka will break is his status as Manchester United's most expensive 21-year-old.
They are a dying breed, but could TAA, Harry Winks or Phil Foden join some of the true greats?
Chelsea top the list but Atletico Madrid are not too far behind. Who is raking in money so far this summer?
Aaron Wan-Bissaka could become the most expensive Premier League academy graduate awfully soon.
We are all friends here. We can admit to never having seen any of these huge Premier League targets.
With Man United and, presumably, Chelsea calling on former players of late, who might be next?
Featuring Marcus Rashford, Dele Alli and even some players at the actual Euros...
A few are obvious. But who is calling the transfer shots at Bournemouth, Norwich and Southampton?
There are some great players entering their final seasons. And then there's Kevin Mirallas.
Raheem Sterling was dreadful. Trent Alexander-Arnold, Joe Gomez and Dele Alli were not. Lovely.
Man Utd have the highest number of players on a list featuring PL title winners and a one-time British record buy...
We look at six clubs over the last five years. Who sells to them? Who buys their players?
Oh, England. How very England. Kyle Walker and John Stones can officially sod off.
Some have as few as three England caps. Others have as many as 107. But each are available for nothing.
Will Tottenham learn from Arsenal and Chelsea? They can't do any worse than Bayer Leverkusen...
Liverpool are already responsible for one of the best signings made by a Champions League winner...
Liverpool are back on their perch with Man United. And Man City finally passed Spurs this season.
Divock Origi is not the first. There was Neil Mellor...but first there was David Fairclough.
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