Man Utd have staggering £480MILLION net spend in last 10 transfer windows

MANCHESTER UNITED have a staggering £480MILLION net spend in the last ten transfer windows.

The Red Devils have spent £70m-plus on the likes of Paul Pogba, Harry Maguire, Romelu Lukaku and Jadon Sancho.

Man Utd have the highest net spend across the last ten windows
Ronaldo rejoined Man Utd in the summer


Ronaldo rejoined Man Utd in the summerCredit: GETTY IMAGES

Last summer alone, United forked out around £126m on players as they looked to close the gap on rivals and defending Premier League champions Manchester City.

But this season hasn’t gone to plan with United sat fourth and 19 points off City WITH Cristiano Ronaldo in their team.

Man City are just behind United in terms of net spend, but when it comes to trophy return it’s not even close.

City have picked up nine major trophies since the 2017 summer transfer window to United’s zero.

To no surprise, Paris Saint-Germain are third in terms of net spend.

Their figure stands at £343.62m in the negative.


Last summer they signed the likes of Lionel Messi, Gini Wijnaldum, Gianluigi Donnarumma and Sergio Ramos for FREE, rolling back the big spending.

AC Milan have the fourth highest net spend, and like United, have very little to show for it.

Milan’s last trophy came in 2016 whilst their rivals look on course to win back-to-back Serie A titles this term.

Four more Prem clubs have made the top ten.

Arsenal find themselves fifth, Juventus in sixth, and European champions Chelsea in seventh.

Chelsea spent £9m shy of £800m in the last ten windows, but managed to recoup £553m in player sales.

Man Utd's biggest transfers ever, both in and out, including Ronaldo
Man Utd’s biggest transfers ever, both in and out, including Ronaldo

Tottenham edge out Barcelona to eighth despite the Catalan giants spending the most money inside the top ten.

Barca spent £903m in the previous ten windows but player sales place them ninth in the list.

And Aston Villa occupy tenth, with the owners willing to spend to back the push for European football.

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