Man City top the table for Premier League spending, with Arsenal, Spurs and Liverpool not far behind

The signing of Kalvin Phillips has taken Manchester City to the top of the summer spending charts, with Arsenal, Spurs and Liverpool also busy in the market and seven clubs yet to pay a fee.

Darwin Nunez has been the biggest individual deal of the summer so far, with Liverpool shelling out £67.5million to lure the forward from Benfica.

However, despite Fabio Carvalho (£5.3m) and Calvin Ramsey (£4.4m) also making the switch to Anfield, the Reds are far from the window's biggest spenders.

That accolade goes to Manchester City who, not suprisingly, head the Premier League betting after adding Erling Haaland (£54m) and Kalvin Phillips (£43.87m) to their title-winning squad.

The arrival of Gabriel Jesus (£47.03m) has taken Arsenal's outlay to £87.38million, while Tottenham have splashed out £78.4milion on just two players - Richarlison (£52.2m) and Yves Bissouma (£26.28m) - as chairman Daniel Levy shows his faith in Antonio Conte.

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Planet Sport looks at which clubs have been rivalling Manchester City for big-spending and which have yet to put their hands in their pockets in our Premier League spending table.

Summer 2022 Premier League spending

  Team Signings Money spent
1 Manchester City Erling Haaland (£54m), Kalvin Phillips (£43.87m) £97.87m
2 Arsenal Gabriel Jesus (47.03m), Fabio Vieira (£31.5m), Matt Turner (£5.73m), Marquinhos (£3.15m) £87.38m
3 Tottenham Richarlison (£52.2m), Yves Bissouma (£26.28m) £78.4m
4 Liverpool Darwin Nunez (£67.5m), Fabio Carvalho (£5.3m), Calvin Ramsey (£4.4m) £77.2m
5 Newcastle Sven Botman (£33.3m), Matt Targett (£15.75m), Nick Pope (£10.35m) £59.4m
6 Leeds Brenden Aaronson (£29.56m), Rasmus Kristensen (£11.7m), Marc Roca (£10.8m), Darko Gyabi (£5.22m) £57.28m
7 Aston Villa Diego Carlos (£27.9m), Philippe Coutinho (£18m), Robin Olsen (£3.15m) £49.05m
8 West Ham Nayet Aguerd (£31.5m), Alphonse Areola (£8.37m) £39.87m
9 Nottm Forest Taiwo Awoniyi (£18.45m), Giulian Biancone (£9m) £27.45m
10 Southampton Gavin Bazunu (£12.6m), Armel Bella-Kotchap (£9m) £21.6m
11 Fulham Joao Palhinha (£18m) £18m
12 Brighton Julio Enciso (£10.44m), Simon Adingra (£7.2m) £17.64m
13 Wolves Hee chan-Hwang (£15.3m) £15.3m
14= Bournemouth   £0
14= Brentford   £0
14= Chelsea   £0
14= Crystal Palace   £0
14= Everton   £0
14= Leicester   £0
14= Manchester Utd   £0

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READ MORE: Manchester City confirm the signing of Leeds United ace and England international Kalvin Phillips

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