How much each Premier League club can spend under Financial Fair Play rules?

By Amreen
New Spurs boss Conte will have the opportunity to spend under FFP rules
New Spurs boss Conte will have the opportunity to spend under FFP rules / Chris Brunskill/Fantasista/GettyImages

According to a study, both Antonio Conte and Eddie Howe will be given huge transfer budgets to spend in January, with the Tottenham boss getting a little more than his Newcastle United counterpart.

Conte was appointed at Spurs after they sacked Nuno Espirito Santo, and Howe took over from Steve Bruce at Newcastle, who are 19th on the Premier League table, having picked up just five points in 11 games and failed to win a single match.

Former Chelsea boss, Conte, wants to bring in reinforcements during January, and a study put together by the Daily Mail, has revealed just how much every Premier League boss will be able to spend in the upcoming winter transfer window.

Available transfer budget for each PL club under Financial Fair Play rules:

1. Tottenham Hotspur - £400m

2. Liverpool - £273m

3. Manchester United - £243m

4. Chelsea - £241m

5. Arsenal - £201m

6. Burnley - £171m

7. Newcastle United - £166m

8. Leeds United - £99m

9. Norwich City - £92m

10. Brentford - £88m

11. Brighton - £85m

12. Manchester City - £84m

13. Leicester City - £79m

14. West Ham United - £71m

15. Wolves - £70m

16. Crystal Palace - £66m

17. Watford - £60m

18. Southampton - £37m

19. Aston Villa - £5m

20. Everton - minus £35m

Kieran Maguire, a lecturer in football finance at the University of Liverpool, told the Mail, "Spurs net transfer spend since 2010 is between a quarter and a half of the other Big Six clubs and it is the most successful club in terms of keeping its wages low as a proportion of income the club generates.

"Spurs have had a business model rather than a trophy winning model, which is good for a club who hasn't won one in 13 years. It's yet to be seen exactly how much Daniel Levy will allow Conte to spend in January, but you'd imagine it will be less than Newcastle give to Howe."