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2022-08-05T16:42:23.404Z

The Gunners spent £118 million in the summer, Pep brought in £143 million, and who are the only teams that didn't spend a single pound?



Arsenal above all, City sold the most: Premier League window summary

The Gunners spent £118 million in the summer, Pep brought in £143 million, and who are the only teams that didn't spend a single pound?

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05/08/2022

Friday, August 5, 2022, 6:41 p.m. Updated: 6:48 p.m.

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The Gunners armed themselves last summer in an attempt to return to the top 4, and they stand at the peak of the "extravagance" of the summer window.

Arsenal paid £118.8m for signings, and apart from them, only Chelsea spent over £100m.

Here is the full table:

  • 1. Arsenal - £118.8 million

  • 2. Chelsea - £109.7 million

  • 3. Manchester City - £97.8 million

  • 4. Leeds - £97.7 million

  • 5. Tottenham - £91.7 million

  • 6. Nottingham Forest - £85.2 million

  • 7. West Ham - £81.8 million

  • 8. Liverpool - £77.2 million

  • 9. Manchester United - £65.1 million

  • 10. Newcastle - £59.4 million

  • 11. Southampton - £50.7 million

  • 12. Aston Villa - £49.5 million

  • 13. Wolves - £36.9 million

  • 14. Fulham - £34.7 million

  • 15. Brentford - £31.9 million

  • 16. Crystal Palace - £31.1 million

  • 17. Brighton - £17.6 million

  • 18. Bournemouth - £10.7 million

  • 19. Leicester City - 0

  • 20. Everton - 0

A sparkling summer for the Gunners.

Jesus and the friends (Photo: GettyImages, Mike Ehrmann)

The team that sold players for the most money in the summer window

  • 1. Manchester City - £143.9 million

  • 2. Leeds - £97.1 million

  • 3. Everton - £52.2 million

  • 4. Liverpool - £72.6 million

  • 5. Aston Villa - £35.4 million

  • 6. Tottenham - £34.5 million

  • 7. Brighton - £30.7 million

  • 8. West Ham - £22.7 million

  • 9. Fulham - £18.8 million

  • 10. Arsenal - £16.0 million

  • 11. Wolves - £9 million

  • 12. Manchester United - £8.5 million

  • 13. Chelsea - £7.2 million

  • 14. Nottingham Forest - £4.5 million

  • 15. Brattonford - £3.2 million

  • 16. Leicester City - 900 thousand pounds

  • 17. Bournemouth - 0

  • 18. Crystal Palace - 0

  • 19. Southampton - 0

  • 20. Newcastle - 0

Another one of Citi's biggest sales.

Sterling (Photo: Reuters)

The biggest transfers in the summer

  • 1. Darwin Nunes - £67.5 million (from Benfica to Liverpool)

  • 2. Erling Holland - £54 million (from Dortmund to Manchester City)

  • 3. Richarlison - £52 million (from Everton to Tottenham)

  • 4. Lisandro Martinez - £51 million (from Ajax to Manchester United)

  • 5. Raheem Sterling - £50 million (from Manchester City to Chelsea)

  • 6. Gabriel Jesus - £46 million (from Manchester City to Arsenal)

  • 7. Calvin Phillips - £43 million (from Leeds to Manchester City)

  • 8. Kalidou Koulibaly - £34 million (from Napoli to Chelsea)

  • 9. Sven Butman - £33 million (from Lille to Newcastle)

  • 10. Gianluca Scamacca - £32 million (from Sassuolo to West Ham)

He has already started paying bills.

Nunes (Photo: Reuters)

The teams that "lost" the most money in the last five years (purchases and sales)

  • 1. Arsenal - £445 million (spending £563 million, bringing in £118 million)

  • 2. Manchester United - £398 million (spending £552 million, bringing in £154 million)

  • 3. West Ham - £289.7 million (spending £396 million, bringing in £107 million)

  • 4. Chelsea - £283.1 million (spent £666 million, brought in £383 million)

  • 5. Tottenham - £271 million (spending £411 million, bringing in £139 million)

  • 6. Newcastle - £253 million (spending £331 million, bringing in £78 million)

  • 7. Aston Villa - £248 million (spending £418 million, bringing in £169 million)

  • 8. Liverpool - £212 million (spending £404 million, bringing in £191 million)

  • 9. Wolves - £204 million (spending £356 million, bringing in £151 million)

  • 10. Fulham - £171 million (spending £226 million, bringing in £54 million)

  • 11. Manchester City - £167 million (spent £580 million, brought in £413 million)

  • 12. Southampton - £108 million (spending £234 million, bringing in £126 million)

  • 13. Leeds - £126 million (spending £257 million, bringing in £131 million)

  • 14. Brighton - £104 million (spending £244 million, bringing in £139 million)

  • 15. Everton - £97 million (spending £300 million, bringing in £202 million)

  • 16. Nottingham Forest - £93 million (spending £137 million, bringing in £44 million)

  • 17. Leicester City - £92 million (spending £311 million, bringing in £218 million)

  • 18. Crystal Palace - £77 million (spending £145 million, bringing in £68 million)

  • 19. Bournemouth +6 million pounds (spent 151 million pounds, brought in 157 million pounds)

  • 20. Brattonford +£13m (spending £108m, bringing in £122m)

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