How much did your club spend? Premier League transfer window net spend table

Liverpool's Christian Benteke celebrates scoring his side's first goal of the game during the Barclays Premier League match at Anfield, Liverpool
Image: Christian Benteke was Liverpool's most expensive signing this summer

Manchester City were the Premier League's top spenders during the summer transfer window, splashing out over £150m on new signings.

Kevin De Bruyne, Raheem Sterling and Nicolas Otamendi were all big-money arrivals at the Etihad as Manuel Pellegrini authorised a net spend almost three times greater than any other club in the division.

While City spent £153.5m, they recouped £29.05m - £21.3m of which came from the sale of Alvaro Negredo to Valencia - leaving them with a net spend of £124.45m.

Newcastle had the second-highest net spend (£46.02m) in the division, with Georginio Wijnaldum (£14.5m) and Aleksandar Mitrovic (£13m) among their expensive acquisitions.  

Angel Di Maria poses with his PSG jersey during his official presentation in Paris.
Image: The sale of Angel Di Maria helped United offset their spending

However, while Manchester United spent £108.1m on their new recruits - including Anthony Martial (£36m), Memphis Depay (£27.9m) and Morgan Schneiderlin (£25m) - they did make £44.3m from the sale of Angel di Maria to PSG, leaving them with a net figure of £33.61m.

At the other end of the net spending table, Southampton actually made a profit from their dealings, the sales of Schneiderlin and Nathaniel Clyne (£12.5m) contributing to their £800,000 gain.

Arsenal, meanwhile, ended up with a total net spend of £8.2m - almost £25m less than the likes of Premier League title holders Chelsea (£32.1m).

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