At least seven Premier League clubs have broken their transfer record - or could assuming specific statements are met.
Liverpool marked Benfica striker Darwin Nunez for a £64m expense which could ascend to £85m, while Newcastle presented in Real Sociedad Alexander Isak for £60m.
Tottenham Hotspur marked Brazil forward Richarlison from Everton for about £60m.
Wolves landed Sporting Lisbon midfielder Matheus Nunes for £38m.
Brentford and Nottingham Forest are accounted for to have broken their exchange expense record on numerous occasions.
The Bees signed Bologna left-back Aaron Hickey for a charge which could ascend to £17m, and afterward Hull forward Keane Lewis-Potter for up to £20m.
West Ham signed Lyon and Brazil midfielder Lucas Paqueta for £36.5m - however that could ascend to a record £50m.
Leeds United Singed Red Bull Salzburg midfielder Brenden Aaronson for an undisclosed charge remembered to be a comparable sum to £26m record marking Rodrigo.
Chelsea got Brighton left-back Marc Cucurella for £60m and Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling for up to £50m
Manchester City sign edErling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund for £51.2m and Leeds midfielder Kalvin Phillips for £45m.
Arsenal signed Brazil forward Gabriel Jesus from Manchester City for £45m.