Premier League Clubs Ranked On Net Spend Over The Last Five Years

13. Nottingham Forest [£151.8m]

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In their first season back in the Premier League, Nottingham Forest have made a whopping net spend of £139.46m. They have signed 22 players in just one transfer window. In the last 5 years, their most expensive signings have been Morgan Gibbs-White(£26.55m), Taiwo Awoniyi(£18.45m) and Neco Williams(£18.00m), all signed in the 2022 summer transfer window.

12. Everton [£174.6m]

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Everton owner Farhad Moshiri have been pumping money into the club to make it one of England’s elite clubs. However, they have been struggling since last season. The club have a net spend of £174.6m in the last five years. Their most expensive signings in the timeline have been Richarlison(£35.28m) in 2018, Amadou Onana(£31.50m) in 2022, and Alex Iwobi(£27.36m) in 2019.

Their record departures in the last five years have been Richarlison(£52.20m) to Spurs in 2022, Lucas Digne(£27.00m) to Aston Villa in 2021, and Idrissa Gueye(£27.00m) to PSG in 2019.

11. Fulham [£192.5m]

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Fulham have a net spend of £192.5m in the last five years. Their most expensive signings in this time period have been Jean Michaël Seri(£27.00m), André Zambo Anguissa(£22.37m), and Aleksandar Mitrović(£22.23m), all signed in 2018.

10. Manchester City [£203.9m]

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No one would have expected Manchester City to be tenth on this list of highest spenders. But with recent sales, they have recouped a good amount of money. City have utilised the money on some good players. Not only they have dominated English football in the last five years, but they also have a good number of trophies to show for it.

Their most expensive arrivals in the last five years have been Jack Grealish(£105.75m) in 2021, Ruben Dias(£64.44m) in 2020 and Riyad Mahrez(£61.02m) in 2018. Their recent acquisition of Erling Haaland cost them only £54.00m.

9. Liverpool [£216.61m]

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It’s hard to believe that a club of Liverpool’s stature is not in the top five. Especially, when you consider the fact that they won the Champions League and the Premier League in these last five years. Jurgen Klopp has been significant for The Kops’s success in the past few years. He has made intelligent signings that have benefitted the club massively.

Liverpool’s record arrivals in the last five years have been Darwin Núñez(£67.50m) in 2022, Alisson(£56.25m) in 2018, and Luis Díaz(£42.30m) in 2021.

8. Wolves [£248.4m]

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Since their promotion to the Premier League in 2018, Wolves have been fairly consistent. Last season, they managed to finish 10th and will hope to better that this season. Wolves’ most expensive signings in the last five years have been Matheus Nunes(£40.50m) in 2022, Fábio Silva(£36.00m) in 2020, and Raúl Jiménez(£34.20m) in 2019. Their most expensive departure in the same time period was of Diogo Jota(£40.23m) to Liverpool in 2020.

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