The rest of Europe would in fact have to spend five times more than they now have, combined, to spend as much as the three Premier League sides.
"It's not about adding because it's fashionable to sign players", Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino said on Thursday.
He did wonders last season keeping the Eagles in the top flight and will be eager to build on that success this time around. Tottenham goes into the season banking on what it had previous year, mainly Harry Kane, the World Cup's Golden Boot victor.
"They spent more money than us so I think in the Premier League, we must get used to teams who have players of the same quality that we have".
Now Tottenham boss Pochettino will be expected to build on last season's performances with the same group of players that took the club to a third placed finish.
NBA anuncia partidos para la Ciudad de México
En 2017, la NBA jugó cuatro partidos en México , lo que significó la primera vez que la Liga realiza esta cantidad de juegos. Bulls y Jazz jugarán contra el Magic en México el jueves 13 de diciembre y sábado 15 respectivamente.
Manchester United signed midfielder Fred, defender Diogo Dalot and goalkeeper Lee Grant last month, but manager Jose Mourinho was left frustrated in his efforts to further strengthen. Also, Andreas Pereira might get a nod after impressing in the pre-season following his loan at Valencia a year ago.
Shortly after the game, Pogba posted on social media: 'I'll always give my best to the fans and my teammates no matter what's going on'. American owner Shahid Khan has funded the recruitment of 12 players for the west London club. Mina, who was a target of Manchester United signed for Everton for 30.25 million on a five-year contract. This season's window saw many high profile transfers and world record fee broken twice for a goalkeeper.
It is worth mentioning of course that Leicester City won the Premier League title in just their second season after being promoted from the Championship, but Wolves will be looking for a more sustained challenge at the top of the table.
United had been hoping to sign a centre-back before the deadline but hope has faded in recent days.