Net spent of all the Premier League clubs at the end of the deadline day
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Net spent of all the Premier League clubs at the end of the deadline day

The summer transfer window is finally shut and teams from around Europe can now turn their attention in trying to improve players who are already in the squad. The Premier League this season has been a busy place in the transfer window with insane number of deals done before the deadline day. The League broke the record of the most money spent in the transfer window on the deadline day as they crossed the £1bn mark with ease. A number of clubs had no problem spending the cash especially with the new TV deal in the league and this has seen almost 13 teams pay close to club record fees for their transfers.

However, with the window now shut, it will be interesting to see how all the big money players perform come the start of the season after the international break. But before that, let’s take a look at the net spent of all the Premier League clubs and their costliest purchase this summer:

Manchester City: €193.5m
Expenditure: €213m; Income: €19.5m; Costliest transfer: John Stones (€55.6m)

Manchester United: €178.55m

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Expenditure: €185m; Income: €6.45m; Costliest transfer: Paul Pogba (Club record; €105m)

Chelsea: €109.8m
Expenditure: €141m; Income: €31.5m; Costliest transfer: Michy Batshuayi (€39m)

Arsenal: €102.1m

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Expenditure: €113m; Income: €10.9; Costliest transfer: Granit Xhaka (€45m)

Tottenham Hotspur: €42.6m
Expenditure: €82.5m; Income: €39.9m; Costliest transfer: Moussa Sissoko (€35m)

West Ham United: €37.9m
Expenditure: €49.6m; Income: €11.7; Costliest transfer: Andre Ayew (club record; €24.1m)

Watford: €37.58m
Expenditure: €67.45m; Income: €29.60m; Costliest transfer: Robert Pereyra (€15.46m)

Leicester City: €25.25m
Expenditure: €74.5m; Income: €49.25m; Costliest transfer: Islam Slimani (club record; €30m)

Burnley: €24.7m
Expenditure: €24.7m; Income: nil; Costliest transfer: Jeff Hendrick (club record; €11.8m)

Sunderland: €24.35m
Expenditure: €31.9m; Income: €7.55m; Costliest transfer: Didier Ndong (club record; €16m)

Middlesbrough: €19.1m
Expenditure: €25m; Income: €5.9m; Costliest transfer: Marten de Roon (€15m)

Stoke City: €18.49m
Expenditure: €20.79; Income: €2.3m; Costliest transfer: Joe Allen (€15.5m)

AFC Bournemouth: €16.2m
Expenditure: €37.4; Income: €21.2; Costliest transfer: Jordan Ibe (club record; €18m)

West Bromwich Albion: €15.9m
Expenditure: €26.4m; Income: €10.5m; Costliest transfer: Nacer Chadli (club record; €15.2m)

Hull City: €14.6
Expenditure: €20m; Income: €5.4m; Costliest transfer: Ryan Mason (costliest record; €9.4m)

Crystal Palace: €8.3m
Expenditure: €58.5m; Income: €50.2m; Costliest transfer: Christian Benteke (club record; €28.9m)

Liverpool: €600k

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Expenditure: €79.9m; Income: €79.3m; Costliest transfer: Sadio Mane (possible club record; €41.2m)

Everton: -€1.40
Expenditure: €54.2m; Income: €55.6m; Costliest transfer: Yannick Bolasie (€28.9m)

Swansea: -€10.7m
Expenditure: €37.9m; Income: €48.6m; Costliest transfer: Borja Baston (club record; €18m)

Southampton: -€23.95m
Expenditure: €51.9m; Income: €75.85m; Costliest transfer: Sofiane Boufal (club record; €18.7m)

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