Liverpool's net spend compared to that of Premier League's 'big six' clubs

Liverpool's net spend compared to that of Premier League's 'big six' clubs

Liverpool's net spend compared to that of Premier League's 'big six' clubs

Premier League's 'big six' clubs Highest spending in 2022 transfer window

There's only one month left for the transfer window to shut and only a week to go before the new season begins.

Liverpool have signed three players and don't look like bringing in anyone else. They have also offloaded ten players as either free agents or sales.

Net spend in football is a record of the amount of money spent on transfer fees and recouped in transfer sales.

Basically, it's calculated by expenditure (money spent on incoming transfers) subtracted from sales (money earned by selling players). A negative net spend indicates that the club has spent more than it has earned in the window.

Let's see how the Reds compare to the Premier League's 'big six' clubs so far this summer (values taken from Transfermarkt).

Net spend ranked from highest to lowest
Arsenal: £-106.08m

Chelsea: £-77.58m

Tottenham Hotspur: £-57.29m

Man United: £-56.58m

Liverpool FC: £-4.59m

Man City: £46.04m

Liverpool have the second-best net spend among these clubs, with Man City being the only club to have earned more money through sales than they have spent. Notably, this is the first time City have had a positive net spend in the summer transfer window since Pep Guardiola's arrival.

The Reds have spent only £4.59m more than the money they have earned through sales.

Source: Transfermarkt
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