The biggest transfer minus of clubs from the Premier League, Chelsea "leads the round" with a loss of 782 million

Chelsea is closely followed by Manchester United, which spent 773 million more to bring in players than it earned by "selling" players, Benfica earned the most

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The "Blues" spent freely after the departure of Roman Abramovich, Photo: REUTERS
The "Blues" spent freely after the departure of Roman Abramovich, Photo: REUTERS
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In the transfer market, the English giants have fared the worst in the last five years - Chelsea is the record holder because on the expense side of the balance sheet it has a minus of 782 million euros.

This is shown by the "CIES Football Observatory" study.

It is closely followed by Manchester United, whose ratio of outgoing and incoming transfers is in the minus of 773 million.

There are three more Premier League players in the top five anti-ratings - Arsenal (minus 622 million), Tottenham (minus 608 million) and Newcastle with a minus of 574 million.

Benfica has the best transfer balance in that period - plus 354 million.

Ajax (plus 349 million), Lille (plus 282 million), Salzburg (plus 262 million) and Sporting (plus 220 million) are among the top five clubs that earned money from transfers.

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