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Manchester United’s £90m deal to bring Paul Pogba back to the club broke the world transfer record, surpassing the £85m Real Madrid paid to secure Gareth Bale’s signature. It was no surprise to see the record broken again with more and more money being pumped into the game.

Premier League clubs smashed the £1bn mark for transfer spending for the first time this summer as smaller clubs can compete thanks to improved sponsorship deals and TV rights income. Using Football Manager 17, we attempt to predict the big-money moves of the future.

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MM Sports Journalism - @ucfbuk • Founder - @BeautifulGameHQ • Chief Writer - @BBFootballUK • Writer for @thehighertempo • @tfcspodcast • EA Data Reviewer • LFC

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