Outcoming Transfers thus far in the Premier League
The number of players that have “left” clubs already this summer dwarfs the number of new arrivals with some 73 players already gone from their teams. In reality, that 73 is mostly made up of players who were on the clubs’ release list and are not actual transfers adding new revenue.
To date, only eight teams have actually received payment for any players leaving. Norwich of course heads the list with the big payday for Buendia, which the Canaries have turned into five new players for the team. After Norwich, Chelsea has received some good cash for the sale of Fikayo Tomori and Victor Moses.
Add in nearly $20 million Manchester City has received for Angelino and that accounts for the vast majority of the funds received.
So how is Tottenham doing?
All told there have only been 24 total new incoming transfers so Tottenham really is not that far behind unless you believe every rumor you hear. Even better, Tottenham at least is positive on the financials already. Add in the funds received for moving Foyth and Tottenham is doing okay by comparison.
Of course, the Euros and Copa America will soon be ending and we can expect the player movement to pick up. The good news, however, is that Tottenham has not fallen that far behind in waiting for Paratici and a coach.