Spending in one EPL transfer window has surpassed £1 billion for the first time.
The summer window officially opened on July 2nd and will close on September 1st (NZT).
Last year's window saw a new record set with £859m spent by Premier League clubs, but with a new broadcasting deal due to kick in this window has smashed that record.
Arsenal's signing of 24-year-old centre back Shkodran Mustafi for £35 million was the move that took Premier League spending for this window over the £1billion mark.
Premier League clubs have now spent over ONE BILLION POUNDS! pic.twitter.com/i8tU66y8Ww— Ladbrokes (@Ladbrokes) August 30, 2016
Big spenders in the transfer window have been Manchester United and new manager Jose Mourinho.
Manchester United signed Paul Pogba to a five-year contract with a transfer fee of £89.3 million, surpassing the record held by Gareth Bale when he signed with Real Madrid for £85.1 million.