British football clubs went crazy in 2016, breaking records all over, and making it rain like never before.
Premier League clubs spent more than a whopping £155 million, smashing 2013’s record of £140 million.
Overall, £1.17 billion ($1.5 billion) was spent on players this summer, the first time ever that the summer total has passed the ten-figure mark.
So we have rounded up the 7 biggest deals in English football this summer, which was part of the £400 million spent by British clubs.
Check out the biggest transfers of the 2016/17 summer below.
Georges-Kevin Nkoudou – Spurs (£9m): A long-running deal for the winger was finally concluded on deadline day
Jeff Hendrick – Burnley (£10.5m): The Premier League new boys spent big on Derby’s top midfield talent
Didier Ndong – Sunderland: A frenetic transfer window for the Black Cats ended in equalling their transfer record for the Lorient midfielder
Marcos Alonso – Chelsea (£23m): The former Bolton and Sunderland left back cost a hefty fee from Fiorentina
Islam Slimani – Leicester (£29m): The Foxes added to their forward line with the big-money Algerian
Moussa Sissoko – Spurs (£30m): The Frenchman provided late drama after being close to an Everton move before a U-turn landed him at Spurs
David Luiz – Chelsea (£34m): Did anybody really believe it was going to happen? Luiz is back with another whopping price tag