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Friday, August 9, 2019

Premier League net transfer spend – Aston Villa eclipse Man Utd, Liverpool

Premier League Clubs net transfer spend – Aston Villa surpass Man Utd and Liverpool.






Transfer deadline day has been and gone, with a number of moves taking place in the closing hours of the transfer window.

Tottenham completed a £30million deal for Ryan Sessegnon while their north London rivals Arsenal were also busy, welcoming David Luiz and Kieran Tierney to the Emirates.

The 20 top-flight clubs have combined to smash the previous summer transfer spending record, shelling out nearly £1.44billion.


The Blues still lead the way for net profit after Eden Hazard’s move to Real Madrid.

 Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester United all have net spends between £80m and £90m, while Premier League champions Manchester City are also in that region after the signings of Rodri and Joao Cancelo.




Aston Villa on top, Premier League clubs net spend – Summer 2019.






Premier League clubs net spend – Summer 2019.




20. Chelsea: £40.5m spent, £121.1m received, net -£80.6m

19. Crystal Palace: £6.9m spent, £50m received, net -£43.1m

18. Liverpool: £1.3m spent, £38.2m received, net -£36.95m

17. Norwich City: £5.1m spent, £1.4m received, net £3.8m

16. Burnley: £13.5m spent, £8m received, net £5.5m

15. Bournemouth: £48.2m spent, £37.5m received, net £10.7m

14. Watford: £35.5m spent, £20.7m received, net £14.8m

13. Leicester City: £96m spent, £80m received, net £16m

12. Southampton: £49.5m spent, £24m received, net £25.5m

11. Newcastle United: £57.4m spent, £31.7m received, net £25.7m


10. West Ham United: £79.7m spent, £43.3m received, net £36.4m

9. Sheffield United: £41.5m spent, £0m received, net £41.5m

8. Everton: £123.7m spent, £69m received, net £54.7m

7. Brighton & Hove Albion: £64.3m spent, £1.2m received, net £63.1m

6. Wolverhampton Wanderers: £81.4m spent, £3.2m received, net £78.2m

5. Manchester City: £144.9m spent, £62.7m received, net £82.2m

4. Manchester United: £145m spent, £60m received, net £85m

3. Tottenham Hotspur: £116.5m spent, £30m received, net £86.5m

2. Arsenal: £150m spent, £60.5m received, net £89.5m



1. Aston Villa: £137.5m spent, £0m received, net £137.5m


Premier League total: £1,438.4m spent, £742.4m received, net £696m





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