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Premier League: 2013/14 Transfer Guide (1)

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Manchester City lead the race of completing the most expensive moves so far.

Newly appointed boss Manuel Pellegrini has already spent over £90 million but has refused to rule out further arrivals this summer.

Meanwhile, champions Manchester United are yet to make a marquee signing under new boss David Moyes.

Jose Mourinho has been spending wisely on his return to Chelsea, while Brendan Rodgers introduces four new faces at Liverpool.

Sunderland have made the most number of transfers so far, having signed nine new players including fascinating arrival of Juventus star Emanuele Giaccherini.

Some Premier League stars' future remain uncertain including the likes of Tottenham's Gareth Bale, Liverpool's Luis Suarez and Manchester United's Wayne Rooney.

With that in mind, check out GiveMeSport's guide to all the confirmed transfers by the Premier League clubs so far in the 2013 summer transfer market.

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