Total Net Transfer Spending by Premier League Clubs in the 2020-21 Season

Manchester City won the Premier League title in the 2020-21 season, which ended on Sunday.

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The most important aspect of the summer break has begun, with clubs attempting to strengthen their teams during the break.

We look back at each of the 20 Premier League clubs’ total spending on player purchases and sales, as well as their resulting net spending on transfers in the summer transfer window of 2020, ahead of the summer transfer window of 2021.

Please keep in mind that a negative net spend indicates that clubs sold more than they bought.

Chelsea:

Total spent on buying players: £226.1m

Total earned on selling players: £13.5m

Net spend: £212.6m

Leeds:

Total spent on buying players: £106.0m

Total earned on selling players: £0.0

Net spend: £106.0m

Aston Villa:

Total spent on buying players: £85.0m

Total earned on selling players: £0.0

Net spend: £85.0m

Manchester City:

Total spent on buying players: £147.0m

Total earned on selling players: £70.5m

Net spend: £76.5m

Tottenham Hotspur:

Total spent on buying players: £77.0m

Total earned on selling players: £12.0m

Net spend: £65.0m

Arsenal:

Total spent on buying players: £81.5m

Total earned on selling players: £17.0m

Net spend: £64.5m

Everton:

Total spent on buying players: £65.0m

Total earned on selling players: £2.0m

Net spend: £63.0m

Sheffield United:

Total spent on buying players: £53.0m

Total earned on selling players: £0.0

Net spend: £53.0m

West Bromwich Albion:

Total spent on buying players: £42.3m

Total earned on selling players: £1.0

Net spend: £41.3m

Manchester United:

Total spent on buying players: £54.4m

Total earned on selling players: £18.0

Net spend: £36.4m

Newcastle United:

Total spent on buying players: £35.0m

Total earned on selling players: £0.0

Net spend: £35.0m

Liverpool:

Total spent on buying players: £85.0m

Total earned on selling players: £52.8m

Net spend: £32.2m

Fulham:

Total spent on buying players: £23.0m

Total spent on selling players: £0.0

Net spend: £23.0m

Southampton:

Total spent on buying players: £34.9m

Total spent on selling players: £21.0m

Net spend: £13.9m

Wolves:

Total spent on buying players: £87.1m

Total spent on selling players: £76.0m

Net spend: £11.1m

Crystal Palace:

Total spent on buying players: £17.0m

Total spent on selling players: £10.0m

Net spend: £7.0m

Brighton:

Total spent on buying players: £13.4m

Total spent on selling players: £10.0m

Net spend: £3.4m

Burnley:

Total spent on buying players: £0.0

Total spent on selling players: £0.0

Net spend: £0.0

Leicester City:

Total spent on buying players: £51.5m

Total spent on selling players: £51.7m

Net spend: £−150.0k

West Ham United:

Total spent on buying players: £20.0m

Total spent on selling players: £29.0m

Net spend: £−9.0m

All transfers’ amounts credit courtesy: Sky Sports

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