This Transfer League Table is a record of the amount of money spent in transfer fees by English Premier League Football Clubs over the last five seasons.
The table also shows new investment which club owners have made available to their club managers. The new investment can be seen season by season on the Club page from the Teams Transfer menu.The "Purchased" column in this table shows the money spent on players in transfer fees by all the English Premier League for the last five seasons.
The "Sold" column shows the money received by the football club from the sale of players in the same period.
In the Nett" column the total of transfer fees received from the sale of Players is subtracted from the total money spent in transfer fees on purchasing players since 2003. This Nett figure is the "new investment" made available each season to the manager to buy players.
The "per season" column is the "Nett" total divided by the 5 giving an average of the money spent in transfer fees by each premiership club each season in the last five Seasons.
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The transfer window is the period during the year in which a football club can transfer players into their playing staff.
The English Premier League transfer window formally opens on 1 July, transfers between clubs in the same association can take place as soon as the last competitive fixtures for the season have been played. However, many transfers will not be completed until 1 July because many players' contracts expire on 30 June.
The Mid Season Transfer windows opens from the 1st to 31st of January.
Outside of the transfer window, a club may still sign players on an emergency basis, usually if they have no goalkeeper available. Special dispensation from their competition's governing body, for example the Premier League, is required.
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