Transfer deadline day: Premier League spending tops £1bn but is down on previous year

Transfer deadline day: Premier League spending tops £1bn but is down on previous year

Transfer deadline day: Premier League spending tops £1bn but is down on previous year

BBC Sport says Cristiano Ronaldo completed his shock move back to Manchester United on transfer deadline day to help push Premier League clubs’ outlay past £1bn – but overall spending has dropped for the second year in a row.

The biggest deal was Nikola Vlasic’s £26.8m move from CSKA Moscow to West Ham, while Chelsea left it late to sign Saul Niguez on loan from Atletico Madrid.

In total, Premier League clubs spent £1.1bn on transfers during the window, which was open from 9 June until 31 August. That outlay was 11% lower than the previous summer’s total of £1.3bn, itself was a 9% fall from 2019.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/58400595


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