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

7. Aston Villa [£260m]

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Aston Villa have spent a good amount of money in the last five years. Their net spend since 2018 stands at £260m. Their most expensive signings in that time period have been Emiliano Buendía(£34.56m) in 2021, Ollie Watkins(£30.60m) in 2020, and Leon Bailey(£28.80m) in 2021. The most expensive departure was of Jack Grealish to Manchester City for £105.75m in 2021.

6. Newcastle United [£316.1m]

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Newcastle United is one of the biggest underachievers in English football. The club has a huge fanbase, and a great stadium, but a lack of proper investment and management have always hindered their growth. But with a change in ownership last year, the club has recently started to splash the cash

Newcastle spent £122.40m in the last transfer window. In the last five years, Newcastle’s record arrivals have been Alexander Isak(£63.00m) in 2022, Joelinton(£39.60m) in 2019, and Bruno Guimarães(£37.89m) in 2022.

5. Tottenham [£331.5m]

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Spurs are sometimes criticized for not spending too much in the market by their own fans. However, they signed some quality players in the last transfer window. Conte have assembled a good team and the fans will have high hopes from them.

Spurs’ biggest signings in the last five years have been Tanguy Ndombele (£54.00m) in 2019, Richarlison(£52.20m) and Cristian Romero(£45.00m) in 2022. While their most expensive departure in the same timeline was Steven Bergwijn(£28.13m) in 2022.

4. West Ham United [£355.7m]

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West Ham have largely been a mid-table club in the ten consecutive seasons they have been in the Premier League. Last season, they enjoyed one of their best-ever Premier League seasons, finishing seventh. Resultantly, they qualified for Europa Conference League.

In the last five years, their most expensive signings have been Sebastien Haller(£45.00m) in 2019, Lucas Paquetá(£38.66m) in 2022, and Felipe Anderson(£34.20m) in 2018. Their most expensive departure in the same time period was of Marko Arnautovic(£22.50m) to Shanghai SIPG in 2019.

3. Chelsea [£382.57m]

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Chelsea spend over £250m in the recently concluded transfer window, making them the highest spenders in the Premier League. In the last five years, their most expensive signings have been Romelu Lukaku(£101.70m) in 2021, Wesley Fofana(£72.36m) in 2022, Kai Havertz(£72.00m) in 2022 and Kepa Arrizabalaga(£72.00m) in 2018. Their new owners have been more than happy to splash the cash on the club.

2. Arsenal [£440.3m]

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Given Arsenal’s lacklustre performances over the past few years, it’s quite a surprise to see them this high on the list. Arsenal were the top spenders in the 2021-22 summer transfer window. Arsenal spent big in this summer’s transfer market as well and brought in the likes of Gabriel Jesus(£46.98m), Fábio Vieira(£31.50m), Oleksandr Zinchenko(£31.50m) etc

Their most expensive signings in the last years have been period were Nicolas Pepe(£72.00m) in 2019, Ben White(£52.65m) in 2021 and Gabriel Jesus in 2022. They have made a great start to this season and will be interesting to see how things turn out for them.

1. Manchester United [£545.3m]

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Manchester United are the top spenders in the Premier League over the last five years. Some of their most expensive signings in this timeline have been Antony(£85.50m) in 2022, Harry Maguire(£78.30m) in 2019, and Jadon Sancho(£76.50m) in 2020. Having not won the Premier League title for the last nine years, Man United will be hopeful that the current group of players could turn things around for them.

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