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Guardiola has spent over €1.307b euros on transfer including €3.8m on Olarenwaju

Joao Cancelo’s 65 million euro move to Manchester City in the summer took Pep Guardiola’s spending as a coach to 1.307.9 billion euros in just 11 seasons on the benches of Europe’s elite sides.

The huge sum is split into 59 different signings, though there are others – notably Robert Lewandowski – who aren’t included due to them being free transfers.

A deeper dive into the breakdown of his spending provides for interesting reading and he’s spent more on defenders than on any other position, accumulating 513.1 million euros.

Cancelo is now the most expensive full-back in football, but Pep also splashed 65 million euros on Aymeric Laporte, 57.5 million euros on Benjamin Mendy and 55.6 million euros on John Stones.

The City boss has put 385.5 million euros down on forwards, 326.6 million euros on midfielders and 77.6 million euros on goalkeepers. As far as names are concerned, Zlatan Ibrahimovic (69.5 million euros), Rodrigo Hernandez (70 million euros) and Ederson (40 million euros) are the most expensive striker, midfielder and goalkeeper’s that he’s signed.

It’s at City where he’s spent the most. Since arriving in 2016 he’s spent more than twice what he did at either Bayern Munich or Barcelona. City’s spend in his time is 762.3 million euros, Barcelona’s was 341.5 million euros and Bayern’s 204.1 million euros.

In terms of seasonal spending, 2016/17 was the year in which the most money was invested: 305.5 million euros.

All of Guardiola’s signings as a coach including Kayode Olarenwaju

Man. City 2019/20 –> Rodri Hernandez (70 million euros)

Man. City 2019/20 –> Joao Cancelo (65 million euros)

Man. City 2019/20 –> Zack Steffen (8 million euros)

Man. City 2019/20 –> Angelino (12 million euros)

Man. City 2018/19 –> Riyad Mahrez (67.8 million euros)

Man. City 2018/19 –> Philippe Sandler (2.5 million euros)

Man. City 2018/19 –> Daniel Arzani (0.8 million euros)

Man. City 2018/19 –> Ante Palaversa (6.3 million euros)

Man. City 2018/19 –> Ko Itakura (1.1 million euros)

Man. City 2017/18 –> Aymeric Laporte (65 million euros)

Man. City 2017/18 –> Benjamin Mendy (57.5 million euros)

Man. City 2017/18 –> Kyle Walker (51 million euros)

Man. City 2017/18 –> Bernardo Silva (50 million euros)

Man. City 2017/18 –> Ederson (40 million euros)

Man. City 2017/18 –> Danilo (30 million euros)

Man. City 2017/18 –> Douglas Luiz (12 million euros)

Man. City 2017/18 –> Jack Harrison (4 million euros)

Man. City 2017/18 –> Olarenwaju Kayode (3.8 million euros)

Man. City 2017/18 –> Ivan Ilic (2.5 million euros)

Man. City 2016/17 –> John Stones (55.6 million euros)

Man. City 2016/17 –> Leroy Sane (50 million euros)

Man. City 2016/17 –> Gabriel Jesus (32 million euros)

Man. City 2016/17 –> Ilkay Gundogan (27 million euros)

Man. City 2016/17 –> Nolito (18 million euros)

Man. City 2016/17 –> Claudio Bravo (18 million euros)

Man. City 2016/17 –> Marlos Moreno (5.5 million euros)

Man. City 2016/17 –> Geronimo Rulli (4.7 million euros)

Man. City 2016/17 –> Oleksandr Zinchenko (2 million euros)

Man. City 2016/17 –> Pablo Mari (0.2 million euros)

Man. City 2016/17 –> Aaron Mooy (free)

Bayern 2015/16 –> Arturo Vidal (37 million euros)

Bayern 2015/16 –> Douglas Costa (30 million euros)

Bayern 2015/16 –> Joshua Kimmich (8.5 million euros)

Bayern 2015/16 –> Kingsley Coman (7 million euros)

Bayern 2015/16 –> Sven Ulreich (3.5 million euros)

Bayern 2015/16 –> Serdar Tasci (2.7 million euros)

Bayern 2014/15 –> Robert Lewandowski (free)

Bayern 2014/15 –> Medhi Benatia (28 million euros)

Bayern 2014/15 –> Juan Bernat (10 million euros)

Bayern 2014/15 –> Xabi Alonso (9 million euros)

Bayern 2014/15 –> Pepe Reina (3 million euros)

Bayern 2014/15 –> Mehmet Kut (3 million euros)

Bayern 2014/15 –> Sebastian Rode (free)

Bayern 2013/14 –> Mario Gotze (37 million euros)

Bayern 2013/14 –> Thiago Alcantara (25 million euros)

Bayern 2013/14 –> Jan Kirchoff (free)

Barcelona 2011/12 –> Cesc Fabregas (34 million euros)

Barcelona 2011/12 –> Alexis Sanchez (26 million euros)

Barcelona 2010/11 –> Javier Mascherano (20 million euros)

Barcelona 2010/11 –> David Villa (40 million euros)

Barcelona 2010/11 –> Adriano Correia (9.5 million euros)

Barcelona 2010/11 –> Ibrahim Afellay (3 million euros)

Barcelona 2009/10 –> Zlatan Ibrahimovic (69.5 million euros)

Barcelona 2009/10 –> Dmytro Chygrynskiy (25 million euros)

Barcelona 2009/10 –> Keirrison (14 million euros)

Barcelona 2009/10 –> Maxwell (4.5 million euros)

Barcelona 2008/09 –> Dani Alves (35.5 million euros)

Barcelona 2008/09 –> Aleksandr Hleb (17 million euros)

Barcelona 2008/09 –> Martín Caceres (16.5 million euros)

Barcelona 2008/09 –> Seydou Keita (14 million euros)

Barcelona 2008/09 –> Henrique (8 million euros)

Barcelona 2008/09 –> Gerard Pique (5 million euros)

Barcelona 2008/09 –> Jose Manuel Pinto (free)

 

Source; Marca

ajike

Ajike is one of Nigeria's top Sportscasters with over 15 years of experience in writing and talking Sports.

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