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Premier League net spend 2022/23: Summer and Winter Transfer Windows combined

By Richard Parry

Premier League net spend 2022/23 season

Published: 9:50, 23 January 2023

Chelsea currently have the highest Premier League net spend of all clubs during the 2022-23 season.

During the 2022 summer transfer window, Premier League clubs spent £1.9billion – obliterating the previous record set in 2017 (£1.4bn).

Contributing to this, nine of the 20 Premier League clubs spent in excess of £100m on new players.

The winter transfer window opened on January 1, 2023, and activity hasn’t slowed down.

Chelsea continue to splash the cash with the £89million signing of Mykhailo Mudryk from Shakhtar Donetsk. However, the 22-year-old’s eight-and-a-half-year contract means that it equates to approximately £10m a year as far as FFP is concerned.

Below are the 20 Premier League clubs ranked in order of net spend…

Premier League Net Spend 2022/23

Club Money Spent Money Received Net Spend
Chelsea £404.40m £49.64m £354.76m
Manchester United £211.05m £11.64m £199.41m
Nottingham Forest £159.79m £6.15m £153.64m
West Ham £170.37m £18.93m £151.45m
Newcastle United £119.74m £2.02m £117.72m
Arsenal £137.05m £20.90m £116.15m
Tottenham £149.21m £34.03m £115.18m
Southampton £87.64m £0m £87.64m
Wolves £139.06m £52.52m £86.55m
Liverpool £120.58m £70.87m £49.71m
Bournemouth £43.38m £0m £43.38m
Brentford £45.23m £3.16m £42.07m
Aston Villa £87.94m £47.42m £40.52m
Fulham £53.92m £18.35m £35.57m
Leeds United £126.76m £99.24m £27.52m
Crystal Palace £30.39m £4.79m £25.60m
Everton £68.68m £50.94m £17.74m
Manchester City £122.51m £140.42m -£17.92m
Leicester City £27.22m £71.49m -£44.26m
Brighton £45.43m £121.10m -£75.67m
Transfer fees sourced from transfermarkt

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When does the winter transfer window close across Europe?

  • Premier League: Tuesday January 31, 11pm GMT
  • EFL: Tuesday January 31, 11pm GMT
  • Scotland: Tuesday January 31, 11:59pm GMT
  • WSL: Tuesday January 31, 5pm GMT (domestic transfers), midnight (international transfers)
  • Bundesliga: Tuesday January 31, 5pm GMT
  • Serie A: Tuesday January 31, 7pm GMT
  • La Liga: Tuesday January 31, 11pm GMT
  • Ligue 1: Tuesday January 31, 11:59pm GMT

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