How much has every Premier League club spent on transfers this summer.
The table below shows the total figure for buys and sales, plus the net spending for each club.
In total it shows £747m paid out so far this summer by Premier League clubs, an average of over £37m per club.
Though some have paid out considerably more than others, so far…
This takes into account all deals before 16 July 2018, so Brighton’s signing of Fulham goalkeeper David Button is not included.
The Newcastle United buying total includes £6.3m paid for Merino, who they assume we bought after the initial loan ended in June 2018:
As you can see, including that Merino buying figure, Newcastle have bought players for £9.9m and sold for £10.8m so far, meaning a £0.9m profit so far.
Only three clubs have made a profit and that includes Leicester, who have bought £45.9m worth of players having sold Mahrez for big money. One of the other two is Everton, who spent over £260m over the course of the previous two years.
Worrying to see once again the likes of Huddersfield and Brighton significantly outspending Newcastle so far, all three of this summer’s promoted clubs doing the same.
There is time left but if you are reading this on Tuesday morning, only 23 days until transfer deadline day.