How Premier League clubs’ summer spending compares with Arsenal blazing the trail but Leicester leaving fans worried

    ARSENAL are leading the way in the Premier League in terms of summer spending.

    The Gunners topped the chart last season when they splashed £150m on seven players.

    Arsenal top the spenders list while Leicester are sat rock bottom
    Arsenal top the spenders list while Leicester are sat rock bottom
    Jesus has been Arsenal's marquee summer signing so far


    Jesus has been Arsenal’s marquee summer signing so farCredit: Rex

    And this summer, they’re nearing that figure again having spent £119m.

    Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko joined from Prem champions Manchester City.

    Up and coming Portugal star Fabio Vieira also arrived at the Emirates in a big money deal from Porto.

    North London rivals Tottenham are a close second, having spent £99m.

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    Richarlison has been Spurs’ biggest summer signing so far.

    Man City brought in Erling Haaland in a shrewd deal, which took up a large chunk of their summer spend.

    Leeds, who will have to make do without Kalvin Phillips and Raphinha, have invested well across all areas of the pitch.

    Darwin Nunez arrived at Anfield in a club record deal and will spearhead Liverpool’s attack following the exit of Sadio Mane.

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    Chelsea, West Ham and league newcomers Nottingham Forest have all spent between £80m-£90m.

    The Blues, in particular, have done some impressive business by bringing in Kalidou Koulibaly and Raheem Sterling.

    At the opposite end of the table is Leicester, who are yet to sign any players.

    The Foxes are also set to lose a number of key players.

    Former club captain Kasper Schmeichel has joined Nice for £1m.

    Wesley Fofana could also be on his way out of the door with Chelsea believed to be bidding for the defender.

    The money brought in by the potential sale of the Frenchman could free up Leicester in the transfer market.


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