Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Premier League Big Six’s spending over the last 5 years

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Money plays a very big role in modern football, even if fans are not particularly fond of the fact. And being the biggest, and most popular league in the world, the Premier League clubs have an advantage over the rest of the European giants. 

As a result, they have been able to spend more in the transfer market to recruit better players. In this article, we check out the net expenditure of the Premier League ‘Big Six’ in the last five years, and see if the spending has helped these teams win on the pitch as well. 

Premier League Big Six’s net spend over the last five years 


Man City – £163.93million 

Man Utd – £102.51million 

Liverpool – £31.68million 

Chelsea – £8.28million 

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Tottenham – £12.51million profit 

Arsenal – £15.72million profit


Liverpool – £98.69million 

Man City – £86.03 million 

Arsenal – £73.9million 

Chelsea – £64.56million 

Man Utd – £53.41million 

Tottenham – £25.56million


Arsenal – £91.12million 

Man City – £72.84million 

Tottenham – £65.83million 

Man Utd – £65.79million 

Chelsea – £56.27million profit 

Liverpool – £61.11million profit


Chelsea – £165.8million 

Man Utd – £108.72million 

Tottenham – £92.43million 

Man City – £75.28million 

Arsenal – £64.66million 

Liverpool – £63.9million


Arsenal – £123.03million 

Man Utd – £114.48million 

Man City – £92.88million 

Tottenham – £30.78million 

Liverpool – £13.91million 

Chelsea – £2.3million profit 

Liverpool have spent the least amount of money in comparison to their rivals, and have won the Champions League, Super Cup, Club World Cup and Premier League despite that. 

On the other hand, Manchester City have maintained their stronghold over domestic competitions by spending the highest amount of money in the game. 

Tottenham have slowly started spending more in the transfer market, over the last couple of years. But, they have no silverware to show for their business. 

Arsenal are slowly starting to redeem themselves, having spent the most amount of money this season. They are currently third in the Premier League table, and are mounting a challenge for a return to Champions League spots. 

Manchester United have failed to win a trophy since 2017, despite spending one of the highest amounts of money in the division. On the other hand, Chelsea won the Champions League by also spending the most in 2020. 

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Arsh Das
Arsh Das
A music enthusiast, also passionate about football and bringing you the latest in the sporting world every day.


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