Interactive designers from Signal Noise have created a visualisation of every 2012/13 transfer across the major leagues in European football
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The transfer window has been open for just over a week across Europe's major leagues, with over £60m worth of deals already done. Interactive design specialists Signal Noise have visualised every deal in the current season to date.
Daniel Sturridge's move from Chelsea to Liverpool has set the bar on price in the Premier League, while the arrival of Lucas Moura in Paris and Pato's departure to Corinthians are among the other notable deals across the continent.
Using data from Transfermarkt, the team from Signal Noise have created a radial table, with clubs and leagues as segments, and transfers as flows from one to another.
Clicking on a league brings up its constituent clubs, after which you can either move your cursor over a team to see where it has bought from and sold to, or click a club to browse the details of each individual transfer.
While exploring a club, league or Europe as a whole, the ten highest priced deals are displayed to the left of the main graphic.
The visualisation shows transfers involving clubs in the Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A, Ligue 1 and the Eredivise, as well as the Championship, Leagues One and Two and the SPL.