Shock figures! Prem clubs ranked by net spend in last five summer transfer windows

first_img 1. Manchester United – £274.6m net spend in the past five summer transfer windows – To find out the top 20 biggest spending clubs in Europe, click here 13 10. Everton – £29.15m net spend in the past five summer transfer windows – To find out the top 20 biggest spending clubs in Europe, click here 6. Arsenal – £47.1m net spend in the past five summer transfer windows – To find out the top 20 biggest spending clubs in Europe, click here 4. Liverpool – £127.93m net spend in the past five summer transfer windows – To find out the top 20 biggest spending clubs in Europe, click here 8. West Bromwich Albion – £42m net spend in the past five summer transfer windows – To find out the top 20 biggest spending clubs in Europe, click here 13 13 13 13 13 13 13. Tottenham Hotspur – £2.55m net spend in the past five summer transfer windows – to find out which clubs have spent the most money, click the arrow above, right – To find out the top 20 biggest spending clubs in Europe, click here 13 13 2. Chelsea – £199.05m net spend in the past five summer transfer windows – To find out the top 20 biggest spending clubs in Europe, click here 9. Swansea City – £31.78m* net spend in the past five summer transfer windows – *Accurate statistics for summer 2014 window not available due to number of deals with undisclosed fees. 7. Sunderland – £43.75m net spend in the past five summer transfer windows – To find out the top 20 biggest spending clubs in Europe, click here 5. Newcastle United – £69.3m net spend in the past five summer transfer windows – To find out the top 20 biggest spending clubs in Europe, click here 11. Stoke City – £26.1m net spend in the past five summer transfer windows – To find out the top 20 biggest spending clubs in Europe, click here 13 13 3. Manchester City – £185.45m net spend in the past five summer transfer windows – To find out the top 20 biggest spending clubs in Europe, click here 13 12. Aston Villa – £15.4m net spend in the past five summer transfer windows – To find out the top 20 biggest spending clubs in Europe, click here The 2015 summer transfer window closed this week and, now the dust has settled, we can begin to assess the deals that were done.CHECK OUT ALL 20 PREMIER LEAGUE CLUBS’S SUMMER TRANSFER BUSINESS RANKED FROM WORST TO BESTBut which clubs have spent the most money in recent summer transfer windows?We’ve got the answers, with the 13 clubs to have featured in the top flight in this and the past four seasons, totalling five summer windows’ worth of net spend business.Take a look at the ranking, above, and let us know what you think of it all by sharing your thoughts with a comment below. 13last_img

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