Revealed! Every Premier League club ranked by net spend this transfer window

first_img 10. Brighton – Net spend: £9m (spent: £9m, received: £0m) 20 20 5. Huddersfield – Net spend: £36.4m (spent: £36.4m, received: £0m) 18. Tottenham – Net spend: -£16m (spent: £0m, received: £16m) 20 20 20 20 1. Manchester United – Net spend: £105.8m (spent: £105.8m, received: £0m) 20 20 15. Stoke City – Net spend: -£2m (spent: £0m, received: £2m) 8. West Brom – Net spend: £19.8m (spent: £19.8m, received: £0m) 20 20. Chelsea – Net spend so far (correct on 10 July 2017): -£34.5m (spent: £31m, received: £65.4m) 13. Crystal Palace – Net spend: £0m (spent: £0m, received: £0m) 11. Swansea City – Net spend: £8.5m (spent: £11m, received: £2.5m) 19. Burnley – Net spend: -£28m (spent: £2m, received: £30m) 20 20 20 20 16. Southampton – Net spend: -£7.2m (spent: £5m, received: £12.2m) 9. Watford – Net spend: £16m (spent: £16m, received: £0m) 20 2. Manchester City – Net spend: £58.3m (spent: £78.3m, received: £20m) 20 12. Newcastle – Net spend: £4.1m (spent: £14.9m, received: £10.8m) 20 20 17. West Ham – Net spend: -£8m (spent: £0m, received: £8m) 14. Everton – Net spend: -£1.3m (spent: £91.9m, received: £93.2m) 20 4. Liverpool – Net spend: £38m (spent: £39.9m, received: £1.9m) This summer’s transfer window looks set to break all manner of records.So far Premier League clubs have spent £571million making it the fifth biggest window on record – and there’s still 50 days to go.But, which club has splashed the most cash in this window according to net transfer spend?Scroll through the gallery above to see who the league’s biggest spenders are this summer.Figures from Sporting Intelligence correct as of 10/7/17. 3. Arsenal – Net spend: £50.7m (spent: £52.7m, received: £2m) 6. Bournemouth – Net spend: £30m (spent: £30m, received: £0m) 20 20 7. Leicester City – Net spend: £27.6m (spent: £27.6m, received: £0m) last_img

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