As transfer markets go, summer 2015 has been a little anticlimactic. We fans are used to the likes of Real Madrid, PSG and Barcelona shooting out the blocks and throwing around more money than David Bentley in an all-inclusive casino.

But it has been the Premier League who have led the way in terms of money spent, switching up the norm of selling players abroad for inordinate amounts of dosh. To be fair, the presence of Manchester City in the market gives the English league real clout, but that’s not to say they’ve been flying solo. Not by any means.

Check out the transfer stats (so far) for the top three European leagues this summer:

Premier League Total Spend, Summer 2015 -€900.9m

Biggest Spenders:

Manchester City: €131.3m
Liverpool: €110.9m
Manchester United: €89.5m
Newcastle: €69.7m
Chelsea: €69.6m

Largest Transfer Fees:

Raheem Sterling to Manchester City: €68m
Christian Benteke to Liverpool: €46.5m
Nicolas Otamendi to Manchester City: €44.5m
Roberto Firmino to Liverpool: €41m
Morgan Schneiderlin to Manchester United: €35m

Newcastle have spent more money this transfer window than the champions, Chelsea! Liverpool and the aforementioned Man City lead the way in terms of total spent, with Man Utd’s continued re-imagining still in full swing.

A massive €900m has already been spent in the English top flight, more than both Serie A and La Liga combined! With the likes of Kevin De Bruyne and Paul Pogba still linked with mega-money moves to the Premier League, that figure could increase even more..

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Serie A Total Spend, Summer 2015 – €439.6m

Biggest Spenders:

Juventus: €109m
AC Milan: €88m
Inter Milan: €56.7m
Napoli: €31m
Torino: €26.3m

Largest Transfer Fees:

Paulo Dybala to Juventus: €32m
Carlos Bacca to AC Milan: €30m
Geoffrey Kondogbia to Inter Milan: €30m
Alex Sandro to AC Milan: €26m
Alessio Romagnoli to AC Milan: €25m

The Italian big boys have been busy. Three €30m signings from each of the traditional big three, with the promising Dybala leading the way in terms of price.

With Juventus reaching the final of last year’s Champions League, there could be the chance of something of a resurgence for the ‘graveyard’ league, as it is sometimes called. The two Milan clubs are pushing hard for a return to the big time, while Torino are the surprise inclusion in the top five spenders.

La Liga Total Spend, Summer 2015 – €418m

Biggest Spenders:

Atletico Madrid: €116m
Valencia: €77m
Real Madrid: €73.5m
Barcelona: €51m
Villarreal: €34.2m

Largest Transfer Fees:

Mateo Kovacic to Real Madrid: €35m
Jackson Martinez to Atletico Madrid: €35m
Arda Turan to Barcelona: €34m
Danilo to Real Madrid: €31.5m
Alvaro Negredo to Valencia: €28m

Yes, you read it right. Alvaro Negredo cost Valencia €28m from Man City, and that deal hits the top five in La Liga.

It’s been a very pedestrian summer window for the top echelons of Spanish football, with both Valencia and Atletico outdoing both Barca and Madrid so far.

But who would the latter pair sign to improve their respective sides?