THE ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE CLUBS SPLASHED £1.24 BILLION ON NEW SIGNINGS THIS SUMMER.
The 2020 spendings of the English Premier league clubs represents a £160 million decrease from last season, but is still £70 million more than was spent in the tear 2016 summer transfer window.
1. Chelsea Football Club spent £226.1 million.
2. Manchester City Football Club spent £147 million.
3. Aston Villa FC spent £85 million.
4. Leeds United FC spent £84.5 million.
5. Wolverhampton FC spent £83.6 million.
6. Liverpool FC spent 81.7 million.
7. Arsenal FC spent £81.5 million.
8. Everton FC spent £65 million.
9. Tottenham spent £62 million.
10. Manchester United overall spendings was £54.4 million.
11. Sheffield United spent £53 million
12. Leicester City splashed £51.5 million.
13. Newcastle United spent £35 million.
14. Southampton spent about £34.9 million.
15. West Brom spent £27.3m.
16. Fulham FC spent £23m.
17. Crystal Palace spent around £20m on buying Eberechi Eze and Nathan Ferguson.
18. West Ham also spent £20m.
19. Brighton spent £13.4m.
20. Burnley, spent £0.
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