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Premier League Teams - Net transfer spending since May 2008

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7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
Current Premier League Teams

Net transfer spending since May 2008

Man City £215,090,250
Aston Villa £74,608,700
Spurs £58,606,500
Stoke £45,421,150
Sunderland £32,026,650
Wolves * £18,449,700
Fulham £16,220,250
Bolton £15,686,250
Hull £14,324,550
Birmingham * £10,715,600
Chelsea £9,865,650
Burnley * £6,421,350
Everton £3,337,500
Liverpool £1,921,500
Wigan -£14,284,500
Arsenal -£19,001,500
West Ham -£21,902,900
Man Utd * -£24,831,000
Blackburn -£30,099,800
Portsmouth -£52,465,500

* Burnley, Birmingham and Wolves spending includes one season of Championship spending and one in the Premier League. Manchester Uniteds figure includes an £80M income from the sale of Cristiano Ronaldo.
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7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
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#1
clicky to the article here

http://www.anfield-online.co.uk/lfc-news/2009/the-league-table-of-shame/

It's written as an anti liverpool story again but as a Villa fan I was surprised by how much we've been splashing out so thought other might like a read.
suspended#2
West Hams league position reflects money spent :whistling:
banned#3
Never Knew Aston Villa spent so much :)
Impressive
suspended#4
Pheo
Never Knew Aston Villa spent so much :)
Impressive


Im shocked at how much Stoke have spent :thinking:
#5
Never Knew Aston Villa spent so much
Impressive


lol - would have been impressive if we had grabbed our chance and finished 4th last season :(
#6
theyve been doing this on sky news and the figures are somewhat different to what anfield online has to say:)
#7
You should show the figures since Chelsea was bought out....I think a lot of people would be shocked. :w00t:
#8
Go Stoke and Villa! Probably helps to explain Liverpools woes, Alonso was awesome for Real the other night.
#9
theyve been doing this on sky news and the figures are somewhat different to what anfield online has to say


these are the only ones I've seen - stick the sky sports ones up if you have them and we'll have a look - is it from the same dates? A lot of transferes are undiclosed so I assume there is a fair amount of estimating going on?
#10
http://transferleague.co.uk/

found that seems interesting
#11
worto03
these are the only ones I've seen - stick the sky sports ones up if you have them and we'll have a look - is it from the same dates? A lot of transferes are undiclosed so I assume there is a fair amount of estimating going on?


cant be from the same dates tbh........only 1 i can remember off top of my head was arsenal making a 1 million profit so not very eaxact either.......prob on the site

not sure how unbiased anfield online would be tho
#12
worto03
but as a Villa fan I was surprised by how much we've been splashing out so thought other might like a read.


Well if you add up recent tranfers
Downing (12m)
Delph (8m?)
Warnock (8m)
Dunne (5m)
Collins (5m)
Hesky (3m?)
Beye (2m?)
that comes to fair amount.

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