The 2020 European summer transfer window is officially over.
Despite football being in the midst of a global pandemic, teams from across the world still pulled off some huge deals over the past four months.
A whopping 16 players moved between clubs for a fee of €40m+ this summer, the most expensive deal coming in at €80m.
Amazingly, Premier League clubs accounted for 16 of the 25 most expensive transfers completed, Serie A and La Liga joint second with three deals apiece.
Ligue 1 (2) and the Bundesliga (1) make up the remaining three transfers and you can view the top 25 in full - and in order - below.
All fees sourced from Transfermarkt.
25. Sergio Reguilon | Real Madrid to Tottenham | €30m
24. Rodrigo Moreno | Valencia to Leeds United | €30m
23. Nelson Semedo | Barcelona to Wolves | €30m
22. Ollie Watkins | Brentford to Aston Villa | €30.8m
21. Trincao | Braga to Barcelona | €31m
20. Jonathan David | KAA Gent to Lille | €32m
19. Giovani Lo Celso | Real Betis to Tottenham | €32m
18. Wesley Fofana | Saint-Etienne to Leicester | €35m
17. Donny van de Beek | Ajax to Manchester United | €39m
16. Fabio Silva | FC Porto to Wolves | €40m
15. Hakim Ziyech | Ajax to Chelsea | €40m
14. Achraf Hakimi | Real Madrid to Inter Milan | €40m
13. Diogo Jota | Wolves to Liverpool | €44.7m
12. Leroy Sane | Manchester City to Bayern Munich | €45m
11. Nathan Ake | Bournemouth to Manchester City | €45.3m
10. Mauro Icardi | Inter Milan to Paris Saint-Germain | €50m
9. Thomas Partey | Atletico Madrid to Arsenal | €50m
8. Ben Chilwell | Leicester to Chelsea | €50.2m
7. Timo Werner | RB Leipzig to Chelsea | €53m
6. Alvaro Morata | Chelsea to Atletico Madrid | €56m
5. Miralem Pjanic | Juventus to Barcelona | €60m
4. Ruben Dias | Benfica to Manchester City | €68m
3. Victor Osimhen | Lille to Napoli | €70m
2. Arthur Melo | Barcelona to Juventus | €72m
1. Kai Havertz | Bayer Leverkusen to Chelsea | €80m
Total spent on the 25 players: €1.15bn
Average spent on each player: €46.16m
Premier League clubs just love getting the chequebook out in the summer months, don't they?
Chelsea are the club who feature the most in the top 25, four of Frank Lampard's new additions making the cut and three of them featuring in the top 10 - with Havertz at number one.
The one major European heavyweight missing from the top 25 is Real Madrid and that's because for the first time in 40 years, Los Blancos didn't sign a single player in the summer window.
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