Least to highest spent clubs in premier league this 2016/2017 transfer window

The transfer window is finally closed after a predictably hectic deadline day.
A number of big deals went through during the summer with 13 of the 20 Premier Leagueteams breaking their club transfer records.
The biggest of those deals was the world record transfer of Paul Pogba to Manchester United from Juventus, while John Stones swapped Everton for Manchester City for £50m.
Deadline day brought a number of surprises, with Joe Hart joining Serie A side Torino and Jack Wilshere being loaned out toBournemouth.
In total Premier League clubs broke the £1bn barrier for the first time as the full effect of the new £4bn broadcast deal was felt.
But which teams spent the most this summer? Look below to see from least to the highest spending. 
Source:talksports
20. Hull City – £17m spent in total during the 2016/17 summer transfer window
Ryan Mason joined for a club-record fee believed to be over £10m (their previous record transfer) while Cardiff goalkeeper David Marshall and Manchester United striker Will Keane added to Hull’s threadbare squad on deadline day.
19. Stoke City – £19.7m spent in total during the 2016/17 summer transfer window
Joe Allen was Stoke’s most expensive signing of the summer at £13m while winger Ramadan Sobhi came in for around £5m. The big deadline day signings were both loans as Wilfried Bony and Bruno Martins Indi joined for the season.
18. Middlesbrough – £21.25m spent in total during the 2016/17 summer transfer window
Marten de Roon was Boro’s biggest signing at £12.75m but it was the loan signings of Alvaro Negrado and Calum Chambers, which took the headlines.
17. Burnley – £22m spent in total during the 2016/17 summer transfer window
Premier League newcomers Burnley broke their transfer record twice with Steven Defour signing for £8m before Jeff Hendrick joined from Derby on deadline day in a deal believed to total £10.5m.
16. West Brom – £22.5m spent in total during the 2016/17 summer transfer window
Nacer Chadli became West Brom’s most expensive signing when he joined for £13m from Tottenham. Matt Phillips and Allan Nyom also joined while Euro 2016 hero Hal Robson-Kanu signed on a free.
15. Sunderland – £27.6m spent in total during the 2016/17 summer transfer window
The Black Cats broke their transfer record with the £13.6m signing of Didier Ndong from Lorient, while Papy Djilobodji joined in an £8m deal from Chelsea. There were also a number of loan signings, including Adnan Januzaj, Jason Denayer and Javier Manquillo.
14. Swansea City – £32m spent in total during the 2016/17 summer transfer window
Borja Baston became the Swans’ new record signing at £15.5m, while the likes of Leroy Fer and Fernando Llorente were also recruited.
13. Bournemouth – £33.4m spent in total during the 2016/17 summer transfer window
Jordon Ibe’s transfer from Liverpool was a club record at £15m but the standout transfer was the deadline day season-long loan deal for Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere.
12. Southampton – £44m spent in total during the 2016/17 summer transfer window
The Saints were one of 13 clubs to smash their transfer record this summer and they did it with the signing of Sofiane Boufal for £15.9m. Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (£12.75m) and Nathan Redmond (£11.48m) also signed
11. Everton – £45m spent in total during the 2016/17 summer transfer window
The Toffees missed out on a number of deadline day signings, including £30m Moussa Sissoko, but still strengthened through £25m man Yannick Bolasie and Ashley Williams also joined for £12m.
10. Watford – £50m spent in total during the 2016/17 summer transfer window
Watford broke their transfer record twice this summer with Isaac Success (£12m) and Roberto Pereyra (£13m) both joining the Hornets. Daryl Janmaat and Sven Kums also signed for £7.5m and £8.5m respectively.
9. Crystal Palace – £51.5m spent in total during the 2016/17 summer transfer window
Christian Benteke’s club-record move of £27m (rising to £32m) was the headline transfer, while James Tomkins, Andros Townsend and Steve Mandanda also arrived at Selhurst Park.
8. West Ham – £53m spent in total during the 2016/17 summer transfer window
Andre Ayew became the Hammers’ most expensive signing ever in a £20m deal while they also paid another £10m in loan fees on the likes of Simone Zaza, Gokhan Tore and Jonathan Calleri.
7. Leicester City – £67.5m spent in total during the 2016/17 summer transfer window
The Premier League champions broke their record transfer fee three times during the summer, bringing in Nampalys Mendy for £13.2m, Ahmed Musa for £18m and Islam Slimani for a fee believed to be around £29m.
6. Liverpool – £69.7m spent in total during the 2016/17 summer transfer window
Liverpool broke their record transfer fee with the signing of Sadio Mane for just over £35m, while £25m midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum was Jurgen Klopp’s other major signing.
5. Tottenham Hotspur – £70.1m spent in total during the 2016/17 summer transfer window
Deadline day signing Moussa Sissoko joined Spurs for £30m after striker Vincent Janssen and defensive midfielder Victor Wanyama signed for £18.7m and £12m respectively.
4. Arsenal – £96m spent in total during the 2016/17 summer transfer window
Arsenal spent big over the transfer window with Granit Xhaka being brought in for £35m at the start of the summer before Shkrodran Mustafi and Lucas Perez joined for £35m and £17m respectively.
3. Chelsea – £122.25m spent in total during the 2016/17 summer transfer window
Three players joined Antonio Conte’s side for £30m or more with N’Golo Kante, Michy Batshuayi and the return of David Luiz. Marcos Alonso’s £23m move was part of £55m spent on deadline day.
2. Manchester United – £149m spent in total during the 2016/17 summer transfer window
Over half of United’s spending went on the world record transfer of Paul Pogba from Juventus for £89m, while Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Eric Bailly joined for £30m each and Zlatan Ibrahimovic signed on a free.
1. Manchester City – £174m spent in total during the 2016/17 summer transfer window
Pep Guardiola had a complete overhaul of his Man City squad with John Stones, Leroy Sane, Gabriel Jesus, Ilkay Gundogan, Claudio Bravo and Nolito brought in for between £15m and £50m.
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