The Premier League again broke spending records during the transfer window. Its clubs have spent nearly 2.5 billion euros, double the amount of summer 2021. Here is the ranking of the ten English teams that have invested the most in their recruitment in recent weeks. Chelsea, Manchester United and West Ham are on the podium.
This summer, the Premier League broke its all-time spending record. All of its clubs have bet nearly 2.5 billion euros to strengthen themselves, indicates Sky Sports. This is a little more than double the summer of 2021. Sales also increased, from 516 million euros to 963 million euros.
The ranking of the biggest spending clubs is largely dominated by Chelsea, which was able to inject large sums due to the departure of Roman Abramovich and the arrival of Todd Boehly. The London club have bet more than 320 million euros to improve Thomas Tuchel’s team. He is far ahead of his runner-up, Manchester United, who invested 263 million euros in the transfer window. West Ham appears in the 3e place, with 207 million euros, and Nottingham Forest is 4ewith 182 million euros.
The ranking of the 10 English clubs that have spent the most
- chelsea : 320 million euros
- Manchester United : 263 million euros
- West Ham: 207 million euros
- Nottingham Forest: €182 million
- Tottenham : 165 million euros
- Manchester City: 149 million euros
- Newcastle: 142 million euros
- Arsenal : 141 million euros
- Wolves: €134 million
- Leeds: €110 million
- Liverpool: 106 million euros.
In terms of revenue, Manchester City is the one that sold the most: the Citizens brought 207 million euros into their coffers: their balance was positive (+ 58 million euros) this summer. Behind, Brighton recovered 133 million euros on its sales, and Leeds United 121 million euros.
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