Premier League transfers 2017: Every summer deal in one place

Chris Newell
The Telegraph
Football transfers
Football transfers

Despite many big deals not having been completed, Premier League clubs spent a record amount of money on new players this summer with an outlay of £1.47bn.

Thirteen clubs broke their transfer records in the window with many also bringing in additional players for fees that would have broken their previous record had it not all ready been broken.

See how much each club spent and received with our interactive.

Transfers test

Five biggest domestic deals this summer
Clubs that have broken their transfer record
  • Chelsea, £58m for Álvaro Morata

  • Arsenal, £52m for  Alexandre Lacazette

  • Everton, £45m for  Gylfi Sigurdsson

  • Tottenham, £42m for Davinson Sánchez

  • Liverpool, £39m for  Mohamed Salah

  • West Ham, £24m for  Marko Arnautovic

  • Bournemouth, £19.4m for  Nathan Aké

  • Watford, £18.5m for  Andre Gray

  • Southampton, £18m for  Mario Lemina

  • West Brom, £15m for Oliver Burke

  • Burnley, £15m for Chris Wood

  • Brighton, £13.5m for  José Izquierdo

  • Huddersfield, £11m for Steve Mounié 

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