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Tuesday, 11 January 2011

Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Has Spent Over £1 Billion Since Arriving At Manchester City

The transfer of Bosnia-Herzegovina international Edin Dzeko from Wolfsburg to Manchester City for a reputed fee of £27 million has taken Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed's spending spree since arriving at the Citizens in the summer of 2008 to over £1 billion.

With the completion of Dzeko's transfer on Thursday morning, City have now spent in excess of £300m on players. The former Wolfsburg striker is the second most expensive transfer in the history of the Eastlands outfit after the previous capture of Robinho in the summer of 2008 for £32.5m.

PlayerFromFee (£)Transfer period
RobinhoReal Madrid32.5 millionsummer 2008
Wayne BridgeChelsea10m January 2009
Craig BellamyWest Ham United14m January 2009
Shay GivenNewcastle United7m January 2009
Nigel de JongHamburg17m January 2009
Garteh BarryAston Villa12msummer 2009
Roque Santa CruzBlackburn Rovers16m summer 2009
Carlos TevezManchester United25m summer 2009
Emmanuel AdebayorArsenal25m summer 2009
Kolo ToureArsenal15m summer 2009
Joleon LescottEverton22m summer 2009
SylvinhoBarcelonafreesummer 2009
Adam JohnsonMiddlesbrough7mJanuary 2010
Yaya ToureBarcelona24msummer 2010
David SilvaValencia26msummer 2010
Jerome BoatengHamburg10.5msummer 2010
Mario BalotelliInter24msummer 2010
James MilnerAston Villa26msummer 2010
Edin DzekoWolfsburg27mJanuary 2011
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The 40-year-old Mansour bin Zayed paid £210m for the initial take-over of City and then spent a further£20m on stadium and training ground improvements, thus taking the amount of money spent on the Premier League side to £570m. 

However, the biggest expense for Mansour bin Zayed so far have been the wages for new players and those on existing contracts. Well over £500m has left the Sheikh's bank accounts in the past two-and-a-half year to pay the players and other staff under contract at the Citizens.
 
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