The Premier League transfer window in numbers
A record-breaking summer of spending has produced some mind-boggling figures...
£1,175,230,000 – The total amount spent by Premier League clubs this summer.
£170m - The amount of money reportedly spent by Premier League clubs on deadline day Wednesday.
13- Sunderland broke their transfer record on deadline day for Didier Ndong, while Spurs equalled theirs in signing Moussa Sissoko, meaning 13 Premier League clubs have made record buys in this window.
£95m- The combined value of Joe Hart, Wilfried Bony, Samir Nasri, Eliaquim Mangala and Jason Denver who left Manchester City on loan in one day.
17- Hull City were the Premier League's lowest spenders having spent just over £17m on Ryan Mason (£13m), David Marshall (£3m), Will Keane (£1m) and James Weir (undisclosed).
12 - Middlesbrough were the busiest Premier League side as they made 12 signings.
4 - Manchester United may have been one of the biggest spenders but they brought in the least amount of players.
38- Chelsea broke their own previous record for players out on loan. Matt Miazga to Vitesse was the 38th player to leave the club on a temporary basis.
172- There were 172 Premier League loan deals altogether with Henriksen's move to Hull being the last one to go through.
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Published: Thu Sep 01, 2016 11:26 PM IST