DONE DEALS: Every Premier League move on Deadline Day

There have been plenty of deals around the Premier League on Transfer Deadline Day, from the routine to the mind-expanding (See: Luiz, David).

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Three big money moves occurred early with Marcos Alonso signing for Chelsea, Didier Ndong heading to Sunderland in a club record deal, Georges-Kevin Nkoudou arriving at Tottenham and Burnley have broken their club-record transfer fee for Jeff Hendricks.

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Below is a full list of all the ins and outs from around the Premier League on Deadline Day so far, while you can click on the link above to get more on every deal.


Into the Premier League

Jack Wilshere (Arsenal – Bournemouth) Loan
Didier Ndong (Lorient – Sunderland) $17.8 million
Georges-Kevin Nkoudou (Marseille – Tottenham) $14.4 million
Jeff Hendricks (Derby County – Burnley) $13.4 million
Wilfried Bony (Manchester City – Stoke City) Loan
Bruno Martins Indi (FC Porto – Stoke City) Loan
Enner Valencia (West Ham United – Everton) Loan
Lee Grant (Derby County – Stoke City) Loan
Islam Slimani (Sporting Lisbon – Leicester City) Undisclosed
James Weir (Manchester United – Hull City)
David Luiz (PSG – Chelsea) Undisclosed
Dieumerci Mbokani (Dynamo Kyiv – Hull City) Loan
Allan Nyom (Watford – West Bromwich Albion) Undisclosed
Marcos Alonso (Fiorentina – Chelsea) $30 million
Alvaro Arbeloa (Real Madrid – West Ham) free
Adama Traore (Aston Villa – Middlesbrough) Undisclosed
Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Sheffield United – Everton) Undisclosed
Moussa Sissoko (Newcastle United – Tottenham Hotspur) Undisclosed

Out of the Premier League

Matt Miazga (Chelsea – Rapid Vitesse) Loan
Joe Hart (Manchester City – Torino) Loan
Mario Balotelli (Liverpool – Nice) Undisclosed
Juan Cuadrado (Chelsea – Juventus) Loan
Philip Wollscheid (Stoke City – Wolfsburg) Loan
Lukas Jutkiewicz (Burnley – Birmingham) Loan
Samir Nasri (Manchester City – Sevilla) Loan
Aiden McGeady (Everton – Preston North End) Loan
Eliaquim Mangala (Manchester City – Valencia) Loan
Andre Wisdom (Liverpool – Red Bull Salzburg) Loan
Shani Tarashaj (Everton – Eintracht Frankfurt) Loan
Rickie Lambert (West Brom – Cardiff City) Undisclosed
Luke Croll (Crystal Palace – Exeter) Loan
Fredrik Ulvestad (Burnley – Charlton Athletic) Loan
Jake Clarke-Salter (Chelsea – Bristol Rovers) Loan
Charlie Colkett (Chelsea – Bristol Rovers) Loan
Kenneth Omeruo (Chelsea – Alanyaspor) Loan
Mustapha Carayol (Middlesbrough – Nottingham Forest) Free
Eunan O’Kane (Bournemouth – Leeds United) Undisclosed
Rhoys Wiggins (Bournemouth – Birmingham) Loan
Cristian Cuevas (Chelsea – Sint-Truidense) Loan
Serge Gnabry (Arsenal – Werder Bremen) Undisclosed
Jonny Williams (Crystal Palace – Ipswich) Loan
Dominic Gape (Southampton – Wycombe Wanderers) Loan
Dean Henderson (Manchester United – Grimsby) Loan
Alex Baptiste (Middlesborough – Preston North End) Loan

After a record $1.4 billion was spent in the Premier League this summer, most of the PL’s 20 clubs were throwing around money like it was going out of fashion.

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There were some huge fees dished out with the two Manchester teams spending almost half a billion dollars between them on transfer fees alone. Let that sink in.

So, that being said, with the summer transfer window slammed shut it is time to crunch the numbers and see who spent the most, who sold well and take a look at the net spend for each team.

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Below is the summer transfer business from all 20 teams with their total money spent on transfers, incoming transfer fees and net profit/loss listed via information from Transfermarkt.


  1. Man City – Spent: $237.6 million (incoming: $24.3 million) – Net = -$213.3 million
  2. Man United – Spent: $185 million; (incoming: $7.1 million) – Net = -$177.9 million
  3. Chelsea – Spent: $157.6 million (incoming: $45.7 million) – Net = -$111.9 million
  4. Arsenal – Spent: $126 million (incoming: $9.2 million) – Net = -$116.8 million
  5. Tottenham – Spent: $92 million (incoming: $46.9 million) – Net = -$45.1 million
  6. Liverpool – Spent: $89.1 million (incoming: $88.4 million) – Net = -$0.7 million
  7. Leicester City – Spent: $83.1 million (incoming: $59.4 million) – Net = -$23.7 million
  8. Watford – Spent: $75.2 million (incoming: $33 million) – Net = -$42.2 million
  9. West Ham – Spent: $69.5 million (incoming: $13 million) – Net = -$56.5 million
  10. Crystal Palace – Spent: $66.4 million (incoming: $56 million) – Net = -$10.4 million
  11. Everton  – Spent: $60.4 million (incoming: $62 million) – Net = +$1.6 million
  12. Southampton – Spent: $57.9 million (incoming: $84.6 million) – Net = +$26.7 million
  13. Bournemouth – Spent: $44.3 million (incoming: $23.6 million) – Net = -$20.7 million
  14. Swansea City – Spent: $42.2 million (incoming: $54.2 million) – Net = -$12 million
  15. Sunderland – Spent: $35.5 million (incoming: $8.3 million) – Net = -$27.2 million
  16. West Brom – Spent: $29.6 million (incoming: $11.7 million) – Net = -$17.9 million
  17. Middlesbrough – Spent: $27.9 million (incoming: $6.5 million) – Net = -$21.4 million
  18. Burnley  Spent: $27.5 million (incoming: $27.5 million) – Net = -$0 million
  19. Stoke City – Spent: $25.7 million (incoming: $2.5 million) – Net = -$23.2 million
  20. Hull City – Spent: $16.4 million (incoming: $6 million) – Net = -$10.4 million
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