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11 Highest Transfer Paid By Manchester United

11 Highest Transfer Paid By Manchester United

Paul Pogba became  Man utd most expensive footballer after been Sign from Juventus on initial fee of £105million.

He had left the club in 2012 to join Italian side Juventus and developed into one of top players in the game.

Scroll down an See the 10 Highest transfer paid by Manchester United

1.Paul Pogba
Juventus FC
€105 Million

Pogba

Pogba’s performances at Juventus allowed him to return to Manchester United in 2016 for a then-world record transfer fee of €105 million (£89.3 million).

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The fee paid for him remains the highest paid by an English club. In his first season back, he won the League Cup and the Europa League.

2. Harry Maguire
Leicester City
£80million

Magurie

Manchester United sign England international Harry Maguire from Leicester City for £80m – a world record fee for a defender.

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3.Romelu Lukaku
FCEverton
£75Million

Lukaku

After three successful individual campaigns on Merseyside, which included an appearance in the 2016–17 PFA Team of the Year,

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Lukaku signed for Manchester United in 2017, for an initial fee of £75 million. This made him the Second most expensive Belgian player.

4.Ángel Di María
Real Madrid
£59Million

Angel” Di Marrie

On 26 August 2014, Di María signed a five-year deal withManchester United for a transfer fee of £59.7 million, one of the most expensive transfers of all time and the highest fee ever paid by a British club at the time.

5.Fred
Shakhtar Donetsk
£52+ Million

Fred

Manchester United  completed the signing of Brazil midfielder Fred from Shakhtar Donetsk on a five-year deal.

Fred becomes Jose Mourinho’s second signing of the summer following the arrival of defender Diogo Dalot from Porto.

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United announced earlier this month they had agreed a deal with Shakhtar, which Sky Sports News understands to be in the region of £52m plus bonuses, but had been waiting for Fred to be granted a work permit.

6.Aaron Wan-Bissaka
Crystal Palace
£50 Million

Wan-bissaka

Manchester United sign Aaron Wan-Bissaka on five-year deal from Crystal Palace, the deal  cost United £45m plus £5m in add-ons.

7.Nemanja Matic
Chelsea FC
£40Million

Matic

Manchester United  sign  Nemanja Matic from Chelsea on a three-year deal.

The 28-year-old defensive midfielder joins for a fee believed to be £40m and re-joins manager Jose Mourinho, who brought him back to Chelsea in January 2014.

8.Juan Mata
Chelsea FC
£37.1 Million

Juan Mata

Juan Mata  completed his £37.1m move from Chelsea to Manchester United in a record transfer deal for the reigning Premier League champions.

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9.Anthony Martial
AS Monaco
£36 Million

Martial

Manchester United  completed the signing of Anthony Martial from Monaco on an initial four-year deal.

United will pay Monaco £36m for the 19-year-old forward, according to Sky sources, making him the most expensive teenager football Signing in The Club.

10.Lindelöf
  Benfica Fc
€35million+

Lindelof

On 10 June 2017, Manchester United announced that they had agreed a deal with Benfica to sign Lindelöf for a fee of €35 million (with a potential €10 million in add-ons), pending the agreement of personal terms and the player passing a medical.

11.Rio Ferdinand
Leeds United
£30Million

Rio

​Manchester United completed the £30m British record signing of Rio Ferdinand on 22 July 2002, parading the new centre-back, complete with bleached hair and regrettable white suit in front of the cameras on the pitch at Old Trafford.

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