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England's Premier League clubs spent a record 950 million pounds ($1.43 billion) on the August and January transfers this season even though spending in the winter window matched last year's figure of 130 million, according to accountancy firm Deloitte.Despite clubs' "relative restraint" in January, the total spending in 2014-15 surpassed the 2013-14 record of 760 million pounds, Deloitte said.The amount spent in January was far less than the 225 million pounds record for the winter established in January 2011 .The window ended Monday more with a whimper than a bang with the biggest deal of the day being Chelsea's 35 million euros ($39.7 million) for Colombian winger Juan Cuadrado from Italian club Fiorentina.The Cuadrado deal was part-funded by the English club's sale of Andre Schuerrle to German side Wolfsburg for 22 million pounds.
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