Europe’s top 20 net spend champions this summer

Date published: Wednesday 4th September 2019 7:47

Most figures are taken from transfermarkt

20) Leeds United – £26.96m
Spent: –
Received: £26.96m
Biggest purchase: No permanent signings
Biggest sale: Jack Clarke (£9.9m, Tottenham)

19) Saint-Etienne – £27.77m
Spent: £11.70m
Received: £39.47m
Biggest purchase: Denis Bouanga (£4.5m, Nimes)
Biggest sale: William Saliba (£27m, Arsenal)

18) Empoli – £28.44m
Spent: £10.62m
Received: £39.06m
Biggest purchase: Leonardo Mancuso (£4.5m, Juventus)
Biggest sale: Ismaël Bennacer (£14.4m, AC Milan)

17) Club Brugge – £29.75m
Spent: £26.24m
Received: £55.98m
Biggest purchase: David Okereke (£7.2m, Spezia)
Biggest sale: Wesley (£22.5m, Aston Villa)

16) Udinese – £30.42m
Spent: £9.09m
Received: £39.51m
Biggest purchase: Walace (£5.4m, Hannover)
Biggest sale: Alex Meret (£19.8m, Napoli)

15) Swansea City – £34.52m
Spent: £495,000
Received: £35.01m
Biggest purchase: Kristoffer Peterson (£495,000, Heracles)
Biggest sale: Daniel James (£18m, Man Utd)

14) Liverpool – £35.73m
Spent: £1.71m
Received: £37.44m
Biggest purchase: Sepp van den Berg (£1.71m, PEC Zwolle)
Biggest sale: Danny Ings (£19.98m, Southampton)

13) Villarreal – £36.18m
Spent: £19.62m
Received: £55.80m
Biggest purchase: Ruben Pena (£7.2m, Eibar)
Biggest sale: Pablo Fornals (£25.2m, West Ham)

12) Espanyol – £36.45m
Spent: £16.65m
Received: £53.10m
Biggest purchase: Matias Vargas (£9.45m, Velez Sarsfield)
Biggest sale: Borja Iglesias (£25.2m, Real Betis)

11) Eintracht Frankfurt – £38.07m
Spent: £58.05m
Received: £96.12m
Biggest purchase: Martin Hinteregger (£10.8m, Augsburg)
Biggest sale: Luka Jovic (£54m, Real Madrid)

10) Crystal Palace – £38.81m
Spent: £6.87m
Received: £45.68m
Biggest purchase: James McCarthy (£3m, Everton)
Biggest sale: Aaron Wan-Bissaka (£45m, Man Utd)

9) Stuttgart – £40.76m
Spent: £18.63m
Received: £59.39m
Biggest purchase: Silas Wamangituka (£7.2m, Paris FC)
Biggest sale: Benjamin Pavard (£31.5m, Bayern Munich)

8) Lyon – £40.79m
Spent: £79.2m
Received: £119.99m
Biggest purchase: Jeff Reine-Adélaïde (£22.5m, Angers)
Biggest sale: Tanguy Ndombele (£54m, Tottenham)

7) RB Salzburg – £45.5m
Spent: £20.43m
Received: £65.93m
Biggest purchase: Max Wober (£9.45m, Ajax)
Biggest sale: Munas Dabbur (£15.3m, Sevilla)

6) Lille – £55.16m
Spent: ££75.24
Received: £130.4m
Biggest purchase: Renato Sanches (£18m, Bayern Munich)
Biggest sale: Nicolas Pepe (72m, Arsenal)

5) Atletico Madrid – £59.4m
Spent: £218.19m
Received: £277.59m
Biggest purchase: Joao Felix (£113.4m, Benfica)
Biggest sale: Antoine Griezmann (£108m, Barcelona)

4) Hoffenheim – £77.4m
Spent: £29.57m
Received: £107m
Biggest purchase: Diadie Samassékou (£10.8m, RB Salzburg)
Biggest sale: Joelinton (40m, Newcastle)

3) Chelsea – £82.67m
Spent: £40.50m
Received: £124.59m
Biggest purchase: Mateo Kovacic (£40.5m, Real Madrid)
Biggest sale: Eden Hazard (£90m, Real Madrid)

2) Ajax – £123.8m
Spent: £51.93m
Received: £175.73m
Biggest purchase: Quincy Promes (£14.3m, Sevilla)
Biggest sale: Matthijs de Ligt (£67.5m, Juventus)

1) Benfica – £126.27m
Spent: £39.38m
Received: £165.65m
Biggest purchase: Raul de Tomas (£18m, Real Madrid)
Biggest sale: Joao Felix (£113.4m, Atletico Madrid)

 

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