Top 10 Highest Spending Clubs In Premier League Since 2000

Top 10 Highest Spending Clubs In Premier League Since 2000
Top 10 Highest Spending Clubs In Premier League Since 2000

Here are the top 10 highest spending clubs in Premier League in 21st century

Which Premier League club has spend the most in 21st century? We gathered some information from Transfermarkt for some of the best players in the world, that is, their all-time performing stats.

This article will tell you about the top 10 Premier League clubs that has spent the most in 21st century (since 2000).

Highest Spending Clubs

  1. Chelsea – €2.44bn
  2. Manchester City – €2.35bn
  3. Manchester Untied – €2.02bn
  4. Liverpool – €1.65bn
  5. Tottenham Hotspur – €1.43bn
  6. Arsenal – €1.39bn
  7. Everton – €0.99bn
  8. Newcastle Untied – €0.94bn
  9. Aston Villa – €0.93bn
  10. West Ham United – €0.88bn

Chelsea won the 2021/22 UEFA Champions League, their second one after they first won it in 2012 . The club has spent the most in the Premier League, even more than Manchester City.

In a recent incident, Donny Van De admitted that he wants to ‘prove himself’ for a second time during his loan stint with Everton.

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That said, the Dutchman is interested in returning to Manchester United. He spoke some words on Everton’s official website.

“It was difficult when we came to England.

“There were no fans in the stadiums, our family couldn’t visit us. Everything was closed, so we couldn’t go out.

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“We were at home together every day and I didn’t play so many games – so it was a difficult time. But we [van de Beek and partner Estelle] helped each other and tried to stay positive. We came out of it.

“The injury was too painful to play in the Euros.

“I recovered and increased my time in the gym, working on my strength and fitness, to prepare well for the season. It was an opportunity to improve myself.”

“I always try my best and it feels good when you know the supporters are behind you. Their passion is amazing and it was important to win [against Leeds] for them and also for the team.