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Premier League's Top Clubs' Net Spend in the Summer Transfer Window

Mudeet Arora
Premier League clubs' net spend in the summer transfer window
Premier League clubs' net spend in the summer transfer window / Visionhaus/Getty Images
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Premier League clubs spent as much as £1.04bn on as many as 103 permanent transfers this summer.

But, how much did your favourite club spend on purchases and earned from sales?

Let's take a look at the Premier League's Big 6, Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur's spending pattern this summer.


Arsenal:

Total spent on transfers: £156.8M

Total Sales: £25.0M

Net Spend: £131.8M


Chelsea:

Total spent on transfers: £97.5M

Total Sales: £94.4M

Net Spend: £3.1M


Liverpool:

Total spent on transfers: £36.0M

Total Sales: £24.5M

Net Spend: £11.5M


Manchester City:

Total spent on transfers: £100.0M

Total Sales: £27.3M

Net Spend: £72.7M


Manchester United:

Total spent on transfers: £133.7M

Total Sales: £30.0M

Net Spend: £103.7M


Tottenham Hotspur:

Total spent on transfers: £57.1M

Total Sales: £2.5M

Net Spend: £54.6M


Arsenal, Manchester City and Manchester United remained the top three clubs with the highest net spend.

After these three clubs, clubs like West Ham(63.3m) and Leicester City (£55m), followed by Tottenham (£54.6m), Leeds (£43m), Brentford (£31.1m), Crystal Palace (£28.5m), Newcastle (£25m), Burnley (£17.5m), Wolves (12.4m), Liverpool (£11.5m), Chelsea (£3.1m) and Everton (£1.6m) had the most net-spent this summer.

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