The headline figures and stats from a dramatic Deadline Day
Plenty of moves in the final hours in the UK
British Deadline Day of the summer 2017 window proved to be a dramatic and frantic affair. But what was the end result?
Alexis Sanchez didn’t go. Neither did Ross Barkley or Virgil van Dijk. And Philippe Coutinho still hasn’t joined Barcelona.
Yet despite several of the summer’s top storylines staying put, Deadline Day was full of thrills and spills.
With the dust now settled on Premier League incomings, the Coral News Team have taken stock and rounded-up all the headline stats and figures.
Let’s crack on…
£210m – the amount spent by Premier League clubs on the final day of the window
£35m – the highest Premier League Deadline Day transfers, for Danny Drinkwater and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
3 – Watford were the busiest top-tier side on the final day, signing Molla Wague, Orestis Karnezis and Marvin Zeegelaar.
4 – the number of Premier League clubs who ended the summer window with a profit – Arsenal, Burnley, Stoke and Swansea
£75m – Romelu Lukaku’s move from Everton to Manchester United was the biggest Premier League deal of the window
£553m – the amount spent by Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United combined
£135m – Everton’s summer expenditure, smashing the club record for a transfer window
£1.4bn – total spending by Premier League sides this summer – a new record
£1.5m – West Brom’s total sales figures for the summer
Football League & Europe
£47m – the amount spent by Championship side Middlesbrough
34 – the number of Championship deals made on Thursday, including Birmingham City’s £6m purchase of Jota from Brentford
33 – League One and League Two both saw 33 deals done on Deadline Day
£165m – the price for Monaco’s Kylian Mbappe should PSG make their loan deal permanent next summer
£220m – the biggest deal of the summer – and of all-time – was Neymar’s move to PSG
*The Spanish transfer window remains open until midnight tonight
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