Manchester United's Angel Di Maria (top) is challenged by Burnley's Dean Marney during their English Premier League soccer match at Turf Moor in Burnley, northern England August 30, 2014. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
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"This summer transfer window is one of records," said Dan Jones of the Deloitte consultancy's Sports Business Group.He highlighted that in the last two summer windows more than 20 percent of English Premier League clubs' spending occurred on deadline day. It said that England's Premier League accounted for more than 43 percent of the big five's spending, followed by Spain, with more than 25 percent and Germany, with about 10 percent.According to Deloitte's figures, more than 725 million pounds ($1.2 billion) had been spent by England's 20 Premier League clubs from June 9 up to Friday. Manchester United are Europe's top spenders, having laid out more than 140 million pounds($240 million) to buy Blind, Angel di Maria from Real Madrid for 59 million pounds, Ander Herrera, Luke Shaw and Marcos Rojo.
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