- Victor Osimhen emerged the third most expensive signing during the current summer window
- Chelsea's Kai Havertz, Timo Werner and Ben Chilwell are also ranked in the top ten transfers
- Dortmund's Jadon Sancho could emerge the highest transfer in the summer if he eventually joins Man United
Victor Osimhen's £63million move from Lille to Napoli is among the top 10 most expensive transfers during the 2020-21 summer window.
The Nigerian international joined the league of elites in the transfer market following his performances in the French Ligue 1 last season.
Chelsea are currently the biggest spenders despite the economic meltdown around the world as Kai Havert broke the club record following his £72m move from Bayer Leverkusen.
Brazil's Artur was involved in a player plus cash deal for Miralem Pjanic but Juventus still had to pay £64.8m to make him second on the chart while the Bosnian midfielder is fourth with a £54m move.
The Serie A champions had to also cough out £50.4m for Alvaro Morata's loan move from Atletico Madrid to Turin as he occupies fifth position.
High flying Timo Werner lies in sixth following a £47m move from Bundesliga club RB Leipzig while his new teammate Ben Chilwell joined the Blues for £45.1m is seventh.
Last season's Champions League finalists Pris Saint-Germain handed a permanent deal to Argentine striker Mauro Icardi for £45m.
Nathan Ake's £40.7m move from relegated Bournemouth to Man City this summer puts him in ninth place while the Cityzens traded Leroy Sane Sane to Bayern Munich for £40.5m.
Man United are still tracking Jadon Sancho and could emerge as the highest-paid transfer if a £75m deal is agreed with Dortmund.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Victor Osimhen made his first start in Serie A this season and was instrumental to Napoli's 6-0 spanking of Genoa at Naples.
It took just ten minutes for Gennaro Gattuso's men to go ahead in the match, courtesy of a goal from Mexican striker, Hirving Lozano.
Osimhen who is still awaiting his first goal in the Italian topflight division was involved in a brilliant collective team effort to double the score.
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