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Arsenal begrime league-topping £156.8m on signings, followed by Man Utd and Man City; Gunners furthermore prime trap spend chart; Southampton, Brighton, Aston Villa, Norwich and Watford list net profit; Norwich and Watford inventory crew overhauls
How much did Premier League clubs spend on transfers during the summer window? We crunch the numbers...
Premier League clubs obtain splashed around £1bn on 103 lasting signings during the summer disburden window - but how many did your couple spend?
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The weight expenditure was £285m brief of last summers quantity and produced a £575m enmesh spend after teams recouped around £446m on musician sales.
Manchester City made the most expensive acquisition during the prime window, with costing £100m from Aston Villa, while (£97.5m to Chelsea from Inter Milan) and (£73m to Manchester United from Borussia Dortmund) were furthermore betwixt the most pricey additions.
Arsenal invested heavily, topped with £50m acquisition from Brighton, followed by (£41m to Manchester United from Real Madrid), (£38m to Aston Villa from Norwich) and (£36m to Liverpool from RB Leipzig).
Arsenal emerged as the windows most spendthrift staff with a £156.8m junket on baby talent, including White (£50m), (£34m), (£30m), (£19.8m), (£15m) and (£8m).
Manchester United nearly matched the Gunners with a £133.7m outlay on Sancho, Varane and (£19.7m), while Manchester City invested every penny of their £100m spending on Grealish, with Aston Villa reinvesting £93m of that finance on fresh recruits to offices fill the void left by their former commander - just cast of Chelseas £97.5m outlay spent entirely on Lukaku.
At the more second of the scale, Everton kept their finances largely underneath hasp and clue with a league-low £1.6m spent on signings, with Watford (£4.5m), Crystal Palace (£10m), Southampton (£15m), Wolves (£16.4m) and Burnley (£17.5m) further among the most frugal teams during the window.
Aston Villa blessing the table for savings received during the window after cashing in on the record-breaking £100m for Grealish, while Chelsea replenished the clubs coffers with a cool £94.4m from sales: (£34m to Roma), (£29.8m to West Ham), (£25m), (£1.7m, both to AC Milan) and Victor Moses (£3.9m to Spartak Moscow).
Brighton (£50m from White), Southampton (£40m from and ), Norwich (£38m from Buendia) were among the biggest sellers.
Manchester United (£30m), Manchester City (£27.3m), Arsenal (£25m) and Liverpool (£24.5m) all collected modest totals from sales, while Watford (£10m), Wolves (£4m) and Tottenham (£2.5m) recovered smaller sums.
Brentford, Burnley, Crystal Palace, Everton, Leeds, Leicester, Newcastle and West Ham emerged from the window without a penny from outgoings for disclosed fees.
Heres where it matters: what was the hindmost snare spend after factoring incomings and outgoings?
The best three teams for collar expenditure remain unchanged from the spending chart, with Arsenal the most spendthrift bludgeon with a £131.8m enmesh spend, followed by Manchester United (£103.7m) and Manchester City (£72.7m).
The sequential biggest entangle spenders were Big Six challengers West Ham (63.3m) and Leicester City (£55m), followed by Tottenham (£54.6m), Leeds (£43m), Brentford (£31.1m), Newcastle (£25m), Burnley (£17.5m), Wolves (12.4m), Liverpool (£11.5m), Crystal Palace (£10m), Chelsea (£3.1m) and Everton (£1.6m).
Five clubs recorded welfare in their summer work with Southampton registering a league-topping £25m surplus, followed by Brighton (£17.9m), Aston Villa (£7m), Norwich (£6.1m) and Watford (£5.5m).
In terms of incomings, Norwich drafted a league-high 10 lasting signings and furthermore drafted another four on loan deals as the Canaries look to bind survival this christen with proceeds from the sale of Buendia, while Watford, Aston Villa and Leeds besides recruited heavily.
Meanwhile, Chelsea maintained their trend of loaning out the most players with 17 shipped out on short-term deals, while Brighton furthermore appear to be adopting a alike proposition by equalling the Blues bill for players temporarily leaving the club.
Chelsea, Tottenham and Watford further completed considerable summer clear-outs, each offloading 22 players on a lifelong grounds - with Newcastle and Southampton each sanctioning 18 departures.
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