Here is the Premier League net output table for the summer 2020 transfer window. The characters that come from the wonderful Transfer market, only Show Palace made an overall profit …

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1) Crystal Palace: £ 1.98m

Expenditure: £ 16.2m
Income: £ 18m

2) West Ham: £ 540,000

Expenditure: £ 19.98m
Income: £ 20.52m

3) Burnley: – £ 990,000

Expenditure: £ 990,000
Income: £ 0

4) Wolves: – £ 2.34m

Expenditure: £ 73.62
Income: £ 71.28m

5) Brighton: – £ 2.61m

Expenditure: £ 21.15 million
Income: £ 18.54m

6) Leicester: – £ 9.20m

Expenditure: £ 55.80m
Income: £ 46.60m

7) Southampton: – £ 12.60m

Expenditure: £ 36.27 million
Income: £ 23.67m

8) West Brom: – £ 21.33 million

Expenditure: £ 22.32 million
Income: £ 990,000

9) Fulham: – £ 29.57m

Expenditure: £ 29.57 million
Income: £ 0

10) Liverpool: – £ 34.02m

Expenditure: £ 71.73 million
Income: £ 37.71 million

11) Newcastle: – £ 34.63m

Expenditure: £ 34.88 million
Income: £ 248,000

12) Tottenham: – £ 47.79m

Expenditure: £ 59.76 million
Income: £ 11.97m

13) Sheffield United: – £ 50.58m

Spending: £ 50.58m
Income: £ 0

14) Arsenal: – £ 61.52m

Expenditure: £ 77.40m
Income: £ 15.89 million

15) Manchester United: – £ 61.65m

Expenditure: £ 75.15 million
Income: £ 13.50m

16) Everton: – £ 63.40m

Expenditure: £ 67.38m
Income: £ 3.98m

17) Aston Villa: – £ 74.12 million

Expenditure: £ 74.12 million
Income: £ 0

18) Manchester City: – £ 85.64m

Expenditure: £ 141.12 million
Income: £ 55.49m

19) Leeds United: – £ 94.68m

Expenditure: £ 94.68 million
Income: £ 0

20) Chelsea: – £ 154.08m

Expenditure: £ 222.48 million
Income: £ 68.40m