🤑 Three in 2023 already! Every Premier League club's record transfer | OneFootball

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Lewis Ambrose·1 February 2023

🤑 Three in 2023 already! Every Premier League club's record transfer

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Obviously, as the most expensive signing in Premier League history, Enzo Fernández is also Chelsea’s all-time record transfer.

But who holds the honour for every other Premier League club?


Nicolas Pépé (£72m, 2019)

Back in France, Pépé is on loan with Nice having failed to convince in three Arsenal seasons since a record move from Lille.

Aston Villa

Emi Buendía (£33m, 2021)

Signed after a stellar season with Norwich, Buendía has seven goals and six assists in his 75 Premier League appearances for Villa.


Jefferson Lerma (£25m, 2018)

Still a Bournemouth regular, Lerma is enjoying his best top flight season for the Cherries as he has finally managed to avoid regular bookings.


Kristoffer Ajer (£13.5m, 2021)

Signed from Celtic for Brentford’s maiden Premier League campaign, injuries have limited the defender to just eight league appearances this season but he has recently returned to action.

Brighton and Hove Albion

Enock Mwepu (£20m, 2021)

Mwepu impressed in 2021-22 but was later diagnosed with a hereditary heart condition and retired from the game in October.


Enzo Fernández (£107m, 2023)

Crystal Palace

Christian Benteke (£27m, 2016)

After scoring 15 league goals in a superb debut season at Selhurst Park, Benteke struggled in front of goal before netting 10 in 2020-21. The striker moved to DC United last year.


Gylfi Sigurdsson (£45m, 2019)


Jean Michaël Seri (£27m, 2018)

Reports vary on the fee for Seri and Fulham fans would probably rather forget his time at the club.

Leeds United

Georginio Rutter (£35.5m, 2023)

Leicester City

Youri Tielemans (£35m, 2019)

Set to leave for free in the summer, Tielemans scored the winner as Leicester won their first ever FA Cup in 2021.


Darwin Núñez (£85m, 2022)

Virgil van Dijk is technically still the club’s record signing for now but Núñez will usurp him after add-ons.

Manchester City

Jack Grealish (£100m, 2021)

Grealish is establishing himself as a City regular this season after a tough first season with the champions.

Manchester United

Paul Pogba (£89.5m, 2019)

Having left Old Trafford for Juventus for free in 2012, Pogba returned for a club record fee … before heading back to Juve for free last summer.

Newcastle United

Alexander Isak (£63m, 2022)

The summer signing has three goals in just five Premier League appearances so far.

Nottingham Forest

Morgan Gibbs-White (£25m, 2022)

Signed from Wolves, only two outfielders have played more Premier League minutes for Forest this season.


Kamaldeen Sulemana (£22m, 2023)

Another one signed on deadline day this week, the Saints will hope Sulemana can help keep the club in the top flight.

Tottenham Hotspur

Tanguy Ndombele (£63m, 2019)

On loan with Napoli right now, Ndombele spent the second half of last season with ex-club Lyon and is likely to be sold in the summer.

West Ham United

Sébastien Haller (£45m, 2019)

Things didn’t work out in England but Haller has since impressed for Ajax and is now playing for Dortmund having spent the last few months battling testicular cancer.


Matheus Nunes (£42.2m, 2022)

Linked with a move to Liverpool, Nunes has impressed in his first season at Molineux despite the team’s struggles.