The summer transfer window is over and the Premier League clubs have done their business, at least until the window opens in January.

There have been a number of players who have changed clubs and joined the Premier League from abroad, as well as players who have left for other shores.

There was also a lot of money that changed hands. As reported by Sky Sports, a total of £ 1.04 billion was spent by Premier League clubs in the three months of the window.

Leicester City spent a total of £ 55m on five players – £ 23m on Patson Daka, £ 17m on Boubakary Soumare and £ 15m on Jannik Vestergaard.

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Full-back Ryan Bertrand came from Southampton on a free transfer after the contract ended, while Ademola Lookman was loaned out by Red Bull Leipzig.

With these editions, they are the eighth largest editions in the Premier League this summer.

Arsenal were the most spending club, paying out a total of £ 156.8m, followed by Manchester United with an outlay of £ 133.7m.

Man City’s £ 100m spending on Jack Grealish put them in third place, while Chelsea, Aston Villa, West Ham and Tottenham Hotspur all spent more than City in the window.

Everton was the league’s lowest spending item, paying only £ 1.6m in transfer fees, with Watford being the only other club to spend less than £ 10m at a cost of £ 4.5m.

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Arsenal – £ 156.8m

Man United – £ 133.7m

Man City – £ 100m

Chelsea – £ 97.5m

Aston Villa – £ 93m

West Ham – £ 63.3m

Spurs – £ 57.1m

Leicester – £ 55m

Leeds – £ 43 million

Liverpool – £ 36m

Brighton – £ 32.1m

Norwich – £ 31.9m

£ 31.1 million

Crystal Palace – £ 28.5m

Newcastle – £ 25m

Burnley – £ 17.5m

Wolves – £ 16.4 million

Southampton – £ 15m

Watford – £ 4.5m

Everton – £ 1.6m

City also made some cash this summer selling Kamal Sowah and Rachid Ghazzel, although neither was disclosed.

Unsurprisingly, with the sale of Grealish, Villa was the club that made the most money in the window.

Chelsea were not far behind with sales of £ 94.4m this summer. Brighton, Southampton, Norwich and Manchester United made the top five.

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