The Championship season is upon us and most clubs have been busy in the transfer market.
We’ve seen all sorts of deals go through, including some smart loan deal and some incredible free transfers.
Last summer we saw three players move for more than £10million to second tier sides but this year we haven’t seen a single one as teams tighten their purse strings.
No longer can the pursuit of Premier League football be supplemented with massive money. Instead, it’s all about the smart purchases.
But who have been the most expensive Championship signings in the summer of 2019? Find out below.
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15. Will Vaulks (Rotherham to Cardiff City) – £2.1m
14. Christian Norgaard (Fiorentina to Brentford) – £2.8m
13. Romaine Sawyers (Brentford to West Brom – £2.9m
12. Ethan Pinnock (Barnsley to Brentford) – £3m
11. David Raya (Blackburn to Brentford) – £3m
10. Mathias Jensen (Celta Vigo to Brentford) – £3.5m
9. Tommy Smith (Huddersfield to Stoke City) – £4m
8. Aden Flint (Middlesbrough to Cardiff City) – £4m
7. Sam Gallagher (Southampton to Blackburn) – £5m
6. Robert Glatzel (Heidenheim to Cardiff City) – £5.5m
5. Pontus Jansson (Leeds United to Brentford) – £5.5m
4. Ivan Sunjic (Dinamo Zagreb to Birmingham City) – £6.3m
3. Kenneth Zohore (Cardiff City to West Brom) – £8m
2. Tomas Kalas (Chelsea to Bristol City) – £8m
1. Isaac Mbenza (Montpellier to Huddersfield) – £11.25m