Kepa, Digne, Mina and Diego Rico

Purely in terms of financial power the difference between the Premier League and LaLiga is immense with clubs in Spain trembling each time the transfer window opens and even the smaller clubs in the top flight have vast amounts to spend.

Fulham as an example spent 117 million euros in this summer, the second highest amount paid out in England behind Liverpool (182 million euros).

There have been 16 player from Spanish clubs that have gone to England, along with two more Deulofeu and Diego Jota, who played last season on loan in the Premier League and now their clubs have decided to make their moves permanent.

In total the Premier League have paid 218,700,000 million euros with the highest amount spent by Chelsea with 80 million euros on Kepa Arrizabalaga, while Everton spent 52 million euros on Yerry Mina, Digne and Andre Gomes.

Levante brought in 28 million euros for the sale of Lerma and other players to move include Montoya, Camarasa, Guaita, Shar, Andone, Jonny, Vietto, Sergio Rico and Marc Navarro.

Only 12 players have gone the other way and transfers have been paid for just three with 35 million euros on Courtois, 9 million euros on Funes Mori and 12 million euros on Mikel Merino.