Who are the 12 Scottish Premiership team's record signings and how much did they cost - ranked

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With the transfer window now open for business we look at the 12 Ladbrokes Premiership teams' record signings and rank them in order, starting with the lowest fee to the highest. All prices are in £GBP.

Signed from Inverness CT in 2000. Played more than 100 games for Livi.
Signed from Highland rivals Inverness CT in 2017, taking over Derek Holmes as the Staggies' most expensive.
Signed on a permanent deal from Sigma Olomouc after a loan spell in 2009.
Signed from St Johnstone in 1995 and would go on to become a club legend, scoring the winning goal in the 1997 Scottish Cup final.
Joined in 1994 from Dundee but Saints sold him to Aberdeen six months later for 800k.
Arrived on loan from Bayer Uerdingen in 1990 before being signed permanently.
The 14-cap Scotland international joined from Everton when the Steelmen were splashing the cash.
Alex McLeish plucked him from LDU Quito in his native Ecuador. Only a short stay before carving out a good career in England.
The signing got off to a bad start when Hearts tried to renege on the price. A disappointment before leaving after a handful of appearances.
Only player to be signed for a seven-figure fee outside the Old Firm. Won the League Cup but regarded as a failed signing due to the cost.
The Frenchman was signed permanently after a loan deal and looks good value so far.
A symbol of Rangers' excess but the Norwegian had a good goalscoring record.