Kai Havertz, Thomas Partey and the top 20 most expensive transfers of the summer – in pictures

Kai Havertz, Thomas Partey and the top 20 most expensive transfers of the summer – in pictures
Kai Havertz, Thomas Partey and the top 20 most expensive transfers of the summer – in pictures

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - Kai Havertz: Bayer Leverkusen to Chelsea (€80m/$93.7m) – The 21-year-old midfielder was the marquee signing of an extravagant summer for Chelsea. Getty Images

Arthur: Barcelona to Juventus (€72m) – A deal that was completed before the end of the delayed season, the 24-year-old Brazilian midfielder moved to Turin after two seasons in Spain. Chris Whiteoak / The National

Victor Osimhen: Lille to Napoli (€70m) – The Italian club smashed their transfer record to sign the 21-year-old Nigerian striker this summer. Getty Images

Ruben Dias: Benfica to Manchester City (€68m) – The 23-year-old Portuguese centre-back moved to the Etihad Stadium to help shore up City’s backline. PA

Miralem Pjanic: Juventus to Barcelona (€60m) – Part of the agreement that saw Arthur move to Juventus, the 30-year-old Serbian midfielder moved in the opposite direction in a separate deal. EPA

Alvaro Morata: Chelsea to Atletico Madrid (€56m) – The 27-year-old Spanish striker made his two-year loan move permanent before returning to former club Juventus in another loan deal. EPA

Timo Werner: RB Leipzig to Chelsea (€53m) – After a prolific season in the Bundesliga, the 24-year-old German striker swapped Leipzig for London. AP Photo

Ben Chilwell: Leicester City to Chelsea (€50.2m) – The 23-year-old England left-back was a top target for Chelsea manager Frank Lampard as he aims to solve his team’s defensive issues. AFP

Mauro Icardi: Inter Milan to Paris Saint-Germain (€50m) – After spending last season on loan with the French champions, the 27-year-old Argentine striker made the move permanent. AFP

Thomas Partey: Atletico Madrid to Arsenal (€50m) - The biggest deal on deadline day saw the 27-year-old Ghanian midfielder become Arsenal's fourth-most expensive signing. AFP

Nathan Ake: Bournemouth to Manchester City (€45.3m) – The 25-year-old Dutch defender was an early signing for City from relegated Bournemouth. AFP

Leroy Sane: Manchester City to Bayern Munich (€45m) – The best German talent often ends up at Bayern, and that’s exactly what happened when the 24-year-old winger left City in July for the European champions. Reuters

Diogo Jota: Wolves to Liverpool (€44.7m) – Signed to provide competition to Liverpool’s attack, the 23-year-old Portuguese forward moved to Anfield after three years at Wolves. EPA

Achraf Hakimi: Real Madrid to Inter Milan (€40m) – After two impressive seasons on loan at Borussia Dortmund, Inter Milan pounced to sign the 21-year-old Moroccan wing-back. Getty Images

Hakim Ziyech: Ajax to Chelsea (€40m) – A deal that was completed back in February, the 27-year-old Moroccan winger was the first major signing of Chelsea’s overhaul. Getty Images

Fabio Silva: Porto to Wolves (€40m) – Wolves broke their transfer record to sign the 18-year-old Portuguese forward. Getty Images

Donny van de Beek: Ajax to Manchester United (€39m) – The 23-year-old Dutch midfielder moved to the Premier League after five exemplary years in the first team of his boyhood club. Getty Images

Wesley Fofana: Saint-Etienne to Leicester City (€35m) – The 19-year-old Ivorian defender became Leicester’s second-most expensive signing when he joined the Premier League club at the start of October. Reuters

Giovani Lo Celso: Real Betis to Tottenham Hotspur (€32m) – After impressing Jose Mourinho during his season on loan, the 24-year-old Spanish midfielder made his move to Spurs permanent. EPA

Jonathan David: Gent to Lille (€32m) – The French club broke their transfer record to sign the 20-year-old Canadian forward as a replacement for Osimhen. AFP

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