Top 100 Biggest Premier League Transfer Fees In Today’s Market

We name the 100 biggest Premier League transfer fees, adjusted for inflation: featuring Emile Heskey, Juan Mata, Sean Wright-Philips and more!

100. Obafemi Martins

Inter Milan to Newcastle, 2006/07

Fee: £10m

Fee adjusted for inflation: £24.9m

The ageless Nigerian had three decent seasons for Newcastle before departing for Wolfsburg in a £9m deal.

99. David de Gea

David de Gea

Atletico Madrid to Manchester United, 2011/12

Fee: £18.9m

Fee adjusted for inflation: £25.1m

The agile Spaniard has proved worth every penny and looks set to be United’s number one for years to come.

98. Albert Luque

Deportivo to Newcastle, 2005/06

Fee: £9.6m

Fee adjusted for inflation: £25.2m

The Spanish winger was a total flop and left for Ajax after two seasons and just one Premier League goal.

97. Roque Santa Cruz

Blackburn Rovers to Manchester City, 2009/10

Fee: £17.5m

Fee adjusted for inflation: £25.4m

Injuries restricted the Paraguayan to just 20 league appearances for City.

96. Darren Bent

Charlton to Tottenham, 2007/08

Fee: £15.5m

Fee adjusted for inflation: £25.5m

The poacher finished Spurs’ top scorer in his first full season at the club but was sold to Sunderland for a small profit.

95. Steve Marlet

Lyon to Fulham, 2001/02

Fee: £13.5m

Fee adjusted for inflation: £25.54m

The Frenchman had four decent seasons at Craven Cottage but never looked worth such a hefty fee.

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