RANKED: Every Premier League club’s net spend (or profit) so far this summer

first_img 20 20 20 20 20 20 5=. Manchester United: Net SPEND – £19.5m – Biggest signing – Memphis Depay (£25m) Biggest sale – Angel di Maria (£44m) 16. Stoke City: Net SPEND – £3m – Biggest signing – Xherdan Shaqiri (£12m) Biggest sale – Asmir Begovic (£8m) 20 8= Bournemouth: Net SPEND – £18m – Biggest signing – Tyrone Mings (£8m) Biggest sale – NONE 20 17. Aston Villa: Net SPEND – £2.5m – Biggest signing – Jordan Ayew (£8.5m) Biggest sale – Christian Benteke (£32.5m) 13= Norwich City: Net SPEND – £8m – Biggest signing – Robbie Brady (£7m) Biggest sale – NONE 20 18. Southampton: Net PROFIT – £2m – Biggest signing – Jordy Clasie (£8m) Biggest sale – Morgan Schneiderlin (£25m) 20 20 12. Arsenal: Net SPEND – £9m – Biggest signing – Petr Cech (£11m) Biggest sale – Lukasz Podolski (£2m) 20 20 13= Swansea City: Net SPEND – £8m – Biggest signing – Eder (£5m) Biggest sale – Jazz Richards (£0.5m) 20 10. Sunderland: Net SPEND – £17m – Biggest signing – Jeremain Lens (£8m) Biggest sale – Conor Wickham (£7m) 20 20. Tottenham: Net PROFIT – £17.5m. To find out which clubs have spent the most money, net, click the arrow above! – Biggest signing – Toby Alderweireld (£11m) Biggest sale – Roberto Soldado (£11m) 20 8= Leicester City: Net SPEND – £18m – Biggest signing – Shinji Okazaki (£8m) Biggest sale – David Nugent (£4m) The Premier League is without doubt the most competitive league in the world – financial records can prove that.Top flight clubs are closing in on a collective sum of £600million this summer and, with two weeks of the transfer window left, that total will only rise.The investement from the new TV deal should become a factor from next season too, which means spending will continue at its current exponential curve.talkSPORT has analysed the business of all 20 league clubs, ranking them in order of net spend.The leaders may surprise you…All stats correct up to 17 August 2015 3. West Bromwich Albion: Net SPEND – £24.5m – Biggest signing – Salomon Rondon (£12m) Biggest sale – NONE 1. Newcastle United: Net SPEND – £35.5m – Biggest signing – Georginio Wijnaldum (£14m) Biggest sale – Davide Santon (£2.5m) 5=. West Ham: Net SPEND – £19.5m – Biggest signing – Dimitri Payet (£12m) Biggest sale – Stewart Downing (£5.5m) 4. Crystal Palace: Net SPEND – £20.5m – Biggest signing – Yohan Cabaye (£10m) Biggest sale – NONE 7. Liverpool: Net SPEND – £19m* – Biggest signing – Christian Benteke (£32.5m) Biggest sale – Raheem Sterling (£49m) *Not including Danny Ings, whose fee is pending a tribunal decision. 20 15. Everton: Net SPEND – £5m – Biggest signing – Gerard Deulofeu (£4m) Biggest sale – NONE 20 2. Manchester City: Net SPEND – £25.2M – Biggest signing – Raheem Sterling (£49m) Biggest sale – Alvaro Negredo (£23.8m) 19. Chelsea: Net PROFIT – £12m* – Biggest signing – Asmir Begovic (£8m) Biggest sale – Filipe Luis (£15m). *Pending confirmation of £21.7m signing Baba Rahman’s work permit and visa. 11. Watford: Net SPEND – £16.5m – Biggest signing – Etienne Capoue (£6m) Biggest sale – Lewis McGugan (£0.5m) 20 20last_img

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