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The net spend of every Premier League club in both the summer and winter windows

first_img 17. Burnley’s net profit is £6.8m 20. Southampton’s net profit is £35.5m (Click the right arrow above to see the net spend of Premier League clubs in the 2017/18 season) 2. Manchester United have a net spend of a whopping £127m 15. Liverpool have a net spend of £10m 20 20 3. Everton’s net spend is £84.3m 20 20 16. West Ham United have a marginal net profit of £0.3m 20 20 12. Tottenham Hotspur ‘s net spend is £14.8m 13. Stoke City’s net spend is £12m 20 14. Newcastle United have a net spend of £11.5m 20 20 10. AFC Bournemouth’s net spend is £29.4m 20 11. Leicester City have a net spend of £17.9m 20 7. West Bromwich Albion have a net spend of £44.2m 18. Arsenal have a net profit of £7.6m 8. Huddersfield Town have a net spend of £43.5m 20 4. Chelsea’s net spend is £68.1m 20 9. Crystal Palace have a net spend of £41.7m 20 6. Watford’s net spend is £51.6m 20 5. Brighton & Hove Albion have a net spend of £53.7m 20 20 20 20 19. Swansea City have a net profit of £30.5m Spending records in transfer windows appear to be getting broken all the time and this season has proved no different. The January transfer window, which closed on Wednesday night, broke the record for the most money spent by Premier League clubs on deadline day, with over £150m spent. In total, top-flight teams spent £450million in the last month – more than double the previous record outlay in a mid-season window.That followed an unprecedented summer transfer window, which saw Premier League teams splash out a staggering £1.4bn.But many clubs actually made a profit this season.Check out the gallery above to see Premier League clubs ranked in terms of net spend in 2017/18.(Thanks to @sportingintel for the info) 20 1. Manchester City have the largest net spend of £191.7m – £191.7millionlast_img read more