The Premier League transfer window closed on 5th October as clubs look to strengthen their squads. Whataretheodds.co.uk researcher Charlie Mullan crunches the numbers of the last decade and picks out which players were the biggest summer transfer window moves.
LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Clubs are splashing the cash with a host of big money deals as this season’s summer transfer window ends.
For the fifth season running, Premier League clubs spent over £1bn in the summer transfer window.
Business came to a close at 11pm on Monday night with clubs hoping the deals they have completed will see them achieve their goals this season.
The deals helped bring the total money spent in the window to £1.24bn and represents a decrease of 11.9 per cent from last season as clubs continue to miss out on game-day revenue with fans still not allowed to attend matches because of Covid-19.
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Whataretheodds.co.uk Charlie Mullan has spent the last few weeks researching summer spending on the summer transfer window and has published his findings.
“…Clubs spending on summer transfers was a lowly £365m in 2010. By 2020 this summer spending has reached a STAGGERING £1.41 BILLION pounds – that’s more than 4 times the amount spent over the last decade. It showns no sign of slowing down…” Whataretheodds.co.uk researcher Charlie Mullan comments.
For a list on player transfer fees and more information regarding the data please visit https://www.whataretheodds.co.uk/top-10-biggest-premier-league-summer-transfers-revealed-as-premier-league-spending-quadruples-in-10-years/
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