Every Premier League club’s top three most expensive January signings

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Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester United have completed some of the biggest January transfer moves – but who have been your club’s most expensive signings during the winter window?

Clubs tend to most of their shopping in the summer, with January generally more of a chance for struggling teams to bolster their squads for the last part of the season, but there have nevertheless been some huge deals done at this juncture.

Here are the biggest three transfers each current Premier League club has made in January transfer windows, including a couple that have already been completed this month.

Arsenal
1. Jose Antonio Reyes – £17.5m
2. Andrey Arshavin – £15m
3. Gabriel Paulista – £11.3m

Bournemouth
1. Benik Afobe – £10m
2. Lewis Grabban – £8m
3. Matt Tubbs – £0.8m

Brighton
2= Glenn Murray – £3.5m
2= Anthony Knockaert – £3.5m
3. Leonardo Ulloa – £2m

Burnley
1. Robbie Brady – £13m
2. Ashley Westwood – £5m
3. James Tarkowski – £3.6m

Chelsea
1. Fernando Torres – £50m
2. Juan Cuadrado – £27m
3. Nemanja Matic – £22m

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Crystal Palace
3= Luka Milivojevic – £12m
3= Jeffrey Schlupp – £12m
3= Patrick Van Aanholt – £12m

Everton
1. Cenk Tosun – £27m
2. Morgan Schneiderlin – £24m
3. Oumar Niasse – £13.5m

Huddersfield Town
1. Nahki Wells – £1.3m
2. Craig Armstrong – £0.75m
3. Jamie Vincent – £0.5m

Leicester City
1. Wilfred Ndidi – £15m
2. Andrej Kramaric – £9m
3. Daniel Amartey – £6m

Liverpool
1. Virgil Van Dijk – £75m
2. Andy Carroll – £35m
3. Luis Suarez – £22.7m

Manchester City
1. Edin Dzeko – £31.5m
2. Wilfried Bony – £27.5m
3. Gabriel Jesus – £27m

Manchester United
1. Juan Mata – £37.1m
2. Wilfried Zaha – £15m
3. Louis Saha – £12.85m

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Newcastle United
2= Jonjo Shelvey – £12m
2= Andros Townsend – £12m
3. Papiss Cisse – £10m

Southampton
1. Manolo Gabbiadini – £15m
2. Ryan Bertrand – £10m
3. Charlie Austin – £4m

Stoke City
1. Giannelli Imbula – £18.3m
2. Saido Berahino – £12m
3. James Beattie – £3.5m

Swansea City
1. Alberto Paloschi – £8m
2. Jordan Ayew – £5m (plus Neil Taylor)
3. Kyle Naughton – £5m

Tottenham
1. Robbie Keane – £16m
2. Jermain Defoe – £15m
3. Wilson Palacios – £14m

Watford
1. Abdoulaye Doucoure – £8m
2. Alberto Penardana – £8m
3. Nordin Amrabat – £6.1m

West Brom
1. Jake Livermore – £10m
2. Callum McManaman – £4.75m
3. Ahmed Hegazi – £4m

West Ham
1. Robert Snodgrass – £10.2m
2. Savio Nsereko – £9m
3. Jose Fonte – £8m


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