Premier League clubs got their chequebooks out over the summer with many big-money moves going through.
The transfer window has now slammed shut and there has been no holding back on top-flight spending.
Arsenal wasted no time in bolstering their squad for another title push, spending a whopping £210million on three players.
A £105m deal to sign Declan Rice was brokered and Jurrien Timber made the switch from Ajax, while Kai Havertz joined from Chelsea.
Liverpool also spent big with problems needing to be addressed by Jurgen Klopp after a poor campaign.
Midfielders Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szobozlai joined the Reds for a combined £95million.
Man City signed Josko Gvardiol, Jeremy Doku and Matheus Nunes in big-money deals throughout the summer as they added new faces to their treble-winning squad.
Elsewhere, Manchester United splashed out nearly £200million on Mason Mount, Andre Onana and Rasmus Hojlund, while Newcastle secured the signings of Harvey Barnes and Sandro Tonali.
But Chelsea were once again the big spenders in the market as Mauricio Pochettino built his team, with Moises Caicedo arriving in an all-time British record deal.
With so much money spent in the summer transfer window, talkSPORT.com takes a look at the ten biggest deals…
10. Matheus Nunes – Wolves to Man City – £53m
9. Mason Mount – Chelsea to Man United – £55m
8. Jeremy Doku – Rennes to Man City – £55m
7. Romeo Lavia – Southampton to Chelsea – £58m
6. Dominik Szoboszlai – RB Leipzig to Liverpool – £60m
5. Kai Havertz – Chelsea to Arsenal – £65m
4. Rasmus Hojlund – Atalanta to Manchester United – £72m
3. Josko Gvardiol – RB Leipzig to Manchester City – £77m
2. Declan Rice – West Ham to Arsenal – £105m
1. Moises Caicedo – Brighton to Chelsea – £115m
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