The January transfer window
It’s been a few days since the January transfer window and now the totals have all been totted up.
From now until the end of the season, Premier League clubs cannot sign any new players.
The exception would be for free agents, such as Alex Song, who has been seen training at Arsenal last week.
Southampton & Swansea top transfer earnings chart
Looking at the complete spending patterns both in the summer and January windows, Southampton and Swansea top transfer earnings chart.
Southampton have made the most amount of money through sales. They are up 35.5 millions pounds.
Thats after spending 54.5 million, while they’ve sold 90 million.
Of course, the biggest sale came from Virgil van Dijk’s 75 million pound move to Liverpool in January.
On the pitch, Southampton picked up a huge 3-2 win at West Brom on Saturday. The Saints are 14th in the league, two points above the drop zone.
The second best earners in the Premier League are Swansea.
They’ve swelled the club’s coffers by 30.5 million pounds this season.
Swansea, the third lowest spenders, have paid out 38.5 million on new signings while selling 69 million pounds worth of talent.
Gylfi Sigurdsson’s move to Everton made up the baulk of the incomings.
Big spenders: Pep Guardiola & Jose Mourinho
At the other end of the scale, Man City have netted the biggest transfer losses this season.
Pep Guardiola has given the green light to a 191.7 million pound net loss. City have spent 282.7 million pounds, and received 91 million.
Man United have the second highest net loss with 127 million.
Man United have lost almost 40 million pounds more than the next club on the list: Everton.
NEW: full season 2017-18 Premier League transfer spending, club by club, with corrected total net spend. pic.twitter.com/XpqD2VVNLT
— Nick Harris (@sportingintel) February 1, 2018