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Chelsea And Manchester City’s 8 Most Expensive Transfers Of All-Time

Chelsea And Manchester City’s 8 Most Expensive Transfers Of All-Time

Chelsea is a professional football club headquartered in England that competes in the Premier League, which is the highest level of English football. Chelsea will play Aston Villa in their next Premier League encounter, and they will be looking to excite their fans by winning after a 1-1 draw against Liverpool. We shall briefly discuss Chelsea and Manchester City’s eight most expensive transfers of all time in this post.

The eight most costly transfers in Chelsea’s history are listed here.


1. Jorginho is an Italian professional footballer who currently plays for Chelsea in the Premier League. Jorginho was one of the players who contributed to Chelsea’s 1-1 draw against Liverpool in their most recent match. Jorginho moved to Chelsea from Napoli in 2018 for a fee of 57 million Euros.

2. Timo Werner is a professional footballer from Germany who currently plays for Chelsea in the Premier League. Timo Werner was one of the players who contributed to Chelsea’s 1-1 draw against Liverpool in their most recent match. Werner moved to Chelsea from RB Leipzig in 2020 for a fee of 53 million Euros.

The eight most costly transfers in Manchester City’s history are listed here.

1. Raheem Sterling is an English professional footballer who currently for Manchester City in the Premier League. In Manchester City’s most recent Premier League encounter, Sterling was one of the players that helped the team overcome Arsenal 5-0. Raheem Sterling moved to Manchester City from Liverpool in 2015 for a fee of 64 million Euros.

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