Breakdown Of Every Completed Deal In 2020 EPL Transfer Window

The transfer window has since closed on Monday night at the slightly later date of October 5.

The coronavirus pandemic saw a delay to the start of the 2020/21 season and with that came a change in date to the window.

Kai Havertz was the most expensive player, costing Chelsea £71million as Frank Lampard made a blitz on the transfer market.

The Blues were the biggest spenders with more than £200m forked out on players – but what about their top-flight rivals?

Here is how much each club spent throughout the summer.

  • Arsenal: Spent £77.7m, Sold £20m
  • Aston Villa: Spent £81m, Sold £0
  • Brighton: Spent £6.3m, Sold £16.5m
  • Burnley: Spent £1m, Sold £0
  • Chelsea: Spent £222m, Sold £66.2m
  • Crystal Palace: Spent £19.5m, Sold £18m
  • Everton: Spent £87m, Sold £4m
  • Fulham: Spent £21.5m, Sold £0
  • Leeds: Spent £96.4m, Sold £0
  • Leicester: Spent £57m, Sold £46.6m
  • Liverpool: Spent £76.7m, Sold £37.71m
  • Manchester City: Spent £138.6m, Sold £67.7m
  • Manchester United: Spent £87m, Sold £13.6m
  • Newcastle: Spent £34.88m, Sold £248k
  • Sheffield United: Spent £50.58m, Sold £0
  • Southampton: Spent £36.27m, Sold £22.77m
  • Tottenham: Spent £59.76m, Sold £11.97m
  • West Brom: Spent £22.32m, Sold £990k
  • West Ham: Spent £19.98m, Sold £20.03m
  • Wolves: Spent £73.62m, Sold £71.28m

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