This feature reveals the last five times every Premier League club has broken their transfer record, on whom and for how much. Enjoy…

Arsenal

Dennis Bergkamp – £7.5m (June 1995)

Thierry Henry – £11m (August 1999)

Sylvain Wiltord – £13m (August 2000)

Andrei Arshavin – £15m (February 2009)

Mesut Ozil – £38.2m (September 2013)

Bournemouth

Matt Tubbs – £800,000 (January 2012)

Tokelo Rantie £2.5m (August 2013)

Tyrone Mings – £8m (June 2015)

Benik Afobe – £10m (January 2016)

Jordon Ibe – £15m (July 2016)

Brighton

Andy Ritchie – £500,000 (October 1980)

Will Buckley – £1m (July 2011)

Craig Mackail-Smith – £2.5m (July 2011)

Shane Duffy – £4m (August 2016)

Mat Ryan – £6m (June 2017)

Burnley

Steven Fletcher  – £3m (July 2009)

Andre Gray – £6m (August 2015)

Steven Defour – £7.3m (August 2016)

Jeff Hendrick – £10.5m (August 2016)

Robbie Brady – £13m (January 2017)

Chelsea

Damien Duff – £17m (July 2003)

Didier Drogba – £24m (July 2004)

Michael Essien – £24.4m (August 2005)

Andriy Shevchenko – £30.8m (May 2006)

Fernando Torres – £50m (January 2011)

Crystal Palace

Dwight Gayle – £4.5m (July 2013)

James McArthur – £7m (September 2014)

Yohan Cabaye – £10m (July 2015)

Andros Townsend – £13m (July 2016)

Christian Benteke – £27m (August 2016)

Everton

Andy Johnson – £8.6m (May 2006)

Yakubu Aiyegbini – £11.3m (August 2007)

Marouane Fellaini – £15m (September 2008)

Romelu Lukaku – £28m (July 2014)

Jordan Pickford – £30m (June 2017)

Huddersfield Town

Lee Makel – £370,000 (January 1996)

Marcus Stewart – £1.2m (July 1996)

Nakhi Wells – £1.3m (January 2014)

Christopher Schindler – £1.8m (June 2016)

Laurent Depoitre – £4.25m (June 2017)

Leicester City

Leonardo Ulloa – £8m (July 2014)

Shinji Okazaki – £9m (June 2015)

Nampalys Mendy – £13m (July 2016)

Ahmed Musa – £16m (July 2016)

Islam Slimani – £29.7m (September 2016)

Liverpool

Djibril Cisse – £14.5m (July 2004)

Fernando Torres – £20.2m (July 2007)

Luis Suarez – £22.7m (January 2011)

Andy Carroll – £35m (January 2011)

Mohamed Salah – £36.9m (June 2017)

Manchester City

Jo – £19m (July 2008)

Robinho – £32.5m (September 2008)

Sergio Aguero – £38m (July 2011)

Raheem Sterling – £44m (July 2015)

Kevin De Bruyne – £54m (August 2015)

Manchester United

Rio Ferdinand – £29.3m (July 2002)

Dimitar Berbatov – £30.8m (September 2008)

Juan Mata – £37.1m (January 2014)

Angel Di Maria – £59.7m (August 2014)

Paul Pogba – £89.3m (August 2016)

Newcastle United

Warren Barton – £4m (June 1995)

Les Ferdinand – £6m (July 1995)

Faustino Asprilla – £6.7m (February 1996)

Alan Shearer – £15m (July 1996)

Michael Owen – £16m (August 2005)

Southampton

Rory Delap – £4m (July 2001)

Jay Rodriguez – £7m (July 2012)

Gaston Ramirez – £12m (August 2012)

Dani Osvaldo – £14.6m (August 2013)

Sofiane Boufal – £21m (August 2016)

Stoke City

Robert Huth – £6m (August 2009)

Kenwyne Jones – £8m (August 2010)

Peter Crouch – £10m (August 2011)

Xherdan Shaqiri – £12m (August 2015)

Giannelli Imbula – £18.3m (February 2016)

Swansea City

Danny Graham – £3.5m (June 2011)

Ki Sung-Yeung – £5m (August 2012)

Pablo Hernandez – £5.5m (August 2012)

Wilfried Bony – £12m (July 2013)

Borja Baston – £15.5m (August 2016)

Tottenham

Darren Bent – £16.5m (June 2007)

Paulinho – £17m (July 2013)

Roberto Soldado – £26m (August 2013)

Erik Lamela – £27.8m (August 2013)

Moussa Sissoko – £30m (September 2016)

Watford

Nathan Ellington – £3.3m (August 2007)

Etienne Capoue – £6.3m (July 2015)

Abdoulaye Doucouré – £8m (February 2016)

Isaac Success – £12.5m (July 2016)

Roberto Pereyra – £13m (August 2016)

West Brom

Shane Long – £5m (August 2011)

Stephane Sessegnon – £6.6m (September 2013)

Brown Ideye – £10m (July 2014)

Salomon Rondon – £12m (August 2015)

Nacer Chadli £13m (August 2016)

West Ham

Dean Ashton – £7.3m (January 2006)

Craig Bellamy – £7.5m (July 2007)

Savio Nzereko – £9m (January 2009)

Andy Carroll – £15m (June 2013)

Andre Ayew – £20.5m (August 2016)

One or both of Carlos Tevez and Javier Mascherano probably belong here between Nzereko and Carroll, but we’ve no sodding idea of the actual fees.

Daniel Storey

Source: http://www.football365.com/news/the-transfer-record-progression-of-every-premier-league-club