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Premier League clubs report January 2017 transfer window net profit

1 Feb 2017
Ashley Westwood joins Burnley

The 20 PL clubs made a net profit of £4m in transfers during the winter window

With the January transfer window closed, the Premier League can confirm its clubs made a net profit on player transfers in this window of £4.0m.

This is made up of:
Total spend £236.7m
Total sales £240.7m
Net spend -£4.0m / OR a club net profit on player sales: £4.0m

This includes transfer fees committed this January by clubs.

It does not include contingency fees (for example, for appearances, goals, or other performance-related payments).

Premier League January transfer windows

Season Spend Sales Net spend
2009/10 £35,959,939 £28,922,913 £7,037,026
2010/11 £209,290,543 £132,004,123 £77,286,420
2011/12 £67,403,948 £42,925,047 £24,478,901
2012/13 £123,393,426 £50,893,400 £72,500,026
2013/14 £128,774,398 £101,869,000 £26,905,398
2014/15 £118,190,978 £81,746,451 £36,444,527
2015/16 £177,502,227 £68,628,436 £108,873,791
2016/17 £236,681,957 £240,662,102 -£3,980,145.04


See: January 2017 transfer window deals

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