Deadline day and listed below is what every Premier League club has spent so far in the summer transfer window.
The table of Premier League spending was compiled by the excellent sport finances people at Sporting Intelligence.
The totals were correct at 10.20am this morning and since them, the only deal that has since (up to 12 noon) been confirmed is Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to Liverpool for £35m.
So their gross spending goes up to £82.9m and net spend rises to £78m, whilst Arsenal are now showing a £19.2m profit.
It may only be by £1m and £3m in terms of gross spend but when you take into account players sold, Newcastle have only spent £11.5m so far, whilst for Huddersfield it is £37.5m and Brighton it is £40.1m.
Remember as well, last season, as well as making far more cash through ticket sales and commercial money Newcastle received over £45m more than the other two promoted clubs, due to a parachute payment of over £41m and £7m due to winning the Championship.