Premier League Big Six’s Net Spend In The Last Five Years: Liverpool Last

Premier League Big Six’s Net Spend In The Last Five Years: Liverpool Last

While some European clubs have struggled financially in recent years, the big Premier League sides have continued to splash the cash.

The Premier League big six have made several big-money signings in the last five years, including Virgil van Dijk, Romelu Lukaku and Jack Grealish.

Courtesy of Transfermarkt, we’ve looked at the net spend of every Premier League big six side over the last five years to see how they compare.

Note: each year includes the overall total from both the January and summer transfer windows.

As the stats show, Liverpool have spent less than all of their Premier League rivals since the start of January 2017 and Manchester City’s net spend is more than three times bigger than theirs.

But Jurgen Klopp’s side have still been successful in this period, winning the Premier League title, a Champions League, the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup.

 

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2017

  • Man City – £163.93million
  • Man Utd – £102.51million
  • Liverpool – £31.68million
  • Chelsea – £8.28million
  • Tottenham – £12.51million profit
  • Arsenal – £15.72million profit

 

2018

  • Liverpool – £98.69million
  • Man City – £86.03million
  • Arsenal – £73.9million
  • Chelsea – £64.56million
  • Man Utd – £53.41million
  • Tottenham – £25.56million

 

2019

  • Arsenal – £91.12million
  • Man City – £72.84million
  • Tottenham – £65.83million
  • Man Utd – £65.79million
  • Chelsea – £56.27million profit
  • Liverpool – £61.11million profit

 

2019

  • Arsenal – £91.12million
  • Man City – £72.84million
  • Tottenham – £65.83million
  • Man Utd – £65.79million
  • Chelsea – £56.27million profit
  • Liverpool – £61.11million profit

 

2021

  • Arsenal – £123.03million
  • Man Utd – £114.48million
  • Man City – £92.88million
  • Tottenham – £30.78million
  • Liverpool – £13.91million
  • Chelsea – £2.3million profit

*Excluding £49.5million that City received for Ferran Torres in January 2022.

 

Total net spend:

  • Man City – £490.96million
  • Man Utd – £444.91million
  • Arsenal – £336.99million
  • Tottenham – £202.09million
  • Chelsea – £180.07million
  • Liverpool – £147.07million

 

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