All Premier League clubs’ performance in the transfer market since 17/18

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The transfer market is one of the biggest areas where club revenue is spent. It is also where the most profits can be generated in a short span of time. With the rise in the influence of money in the modern game, here is a list of the transfer records of all current Premier League clubs since 17/18. 

20. Norwich | +£66.17m

19. Brentford | +£60.77m


18. Burnley | -£22.09m

17. Crystal Palace | -£40.24m

16. Southampton | -£42.75m

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15. West Brom | -£49.71m

14. Newcastle |  -£98.97m

13. Leeds | -£106.39m

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12. Leicester | -£114.36m

11. West Ham | -£132.28m

10. Liverpool | -£153.91m

9. Tottenham | -£162.50m

8. Wolves | -£196.87m

7. Chelsea | -£209.15m

6. Brighton & Hove Albion | -£212.35m

The Seagulls boast of an impressive squad wih numerous talented players such as Tariq Lamptey, Leandro Trossard and Lewis Dunk. They have a transfer record much higher than most clubs, and will be hoping for a good ROI in 21/22. 

5. Everton | -£233.92m

For all the spending Everton have done in the transfer market, they have fallen short of their objective of getting back to Europe. Right now, things need a change under Rafa Benitez despite his past. 

4. Arsenal | -£238.68m

The Gunners are currently in a rebuilding phase, and are offloading fringe players. They are also close to signing Ben White from Brighton which will set them back about £50 million. 

3. Aston Villa | -£247.86m

Villa have completely turned things around since returning to the Premier League, and have a squad worthy of challenging for Europe. Given their transfer record, fans will be hoping to see the spending pay off now. 

2. Man City | -£366.31m

The Champions of England are notorious for splashing money in the transfer market, and they have made some great investments over the past few years. The best part about all the money being spent is that it has resulted in significant results and silverware. 

1. Man United | – £457.60m

United currently have the worst transfer record in England, with the signing of Jadon Sancho increasing the negative score. If they sign Raphel Varane for £50 million, it will certainly drop into a negative half billion pounds of debt. 

Norwich and Brentford are the only two clubs who have made a profit in the last four years. Chelsea are just behind the big six in 7th, followed by Wolves, Tottenham and Liverpool. This is despite their massive spending spree in 2020, which was following their transfer ban. 

The fact that Jurgen Klopp has managed to win the Premier League whilst not breaking the bank only goes to show how good of a manager he is, especially with negative £150 million received. The most impressive performance in the market remains that of Leicester, who continue to be in European spots despite being outside the top ten spenders in England. 

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