Premier League Teams 2014/15

  • arsenal
  • aston villa
  • Burnley
  • chelsea
  • Crystal Palace
  • everton
  • Hull
  • Leicester
  • liverpool
  • Man City
  • Man United
  • newcastle
  • QPR
  • southampton
  • Stoke City
  • sunderland
  • swansea
  • tottenham
  • wba
  • west ham

Championship Teams 2014/15

  • Birmingham
  • Blackburn
  • Blackpool
  • Bolton
  • Bournemouth
  • Brentford
  • Brighton
  • Cardiff
  • Charlton
  • Derby
  • Fulham
  • Huddersfield
  • Ipswich
  • Leeds
  • Middlesbrough
  • Millwall
  • Norwich
  • Nottingham Forest
  • Reading
  • Rotherham
  • Sheffield Wednesday
  • Watford
  • Wigan
  • Wolves

Welcome To The Transfer League

The Transfer League lists all players transfers and transfer fees for english premier league and current Championship football clubs. The transfers are updated regularly during the January and summer transfer window. We also bring you the very latest transfer news in the transfer windows. As well as listing all transfers and transfer fees we compare clubs transfer spending with their progress in the premiership and against other clubs .

The site also compares managers transfer spending in relation to the clubs final league position for each premier league and Championship season. The figures are as accurate as possible. In some instances a fee as undisclosed while we look for a reliable source for the fee. If you find a missing or incorrectly recorder transfer please use the submit error form to inform me and I will rectify mistakes and omissions. Please include a link so I can verify your information

Latest Transfer Deals

Despite the fact that only one of the top sides made a significant buy on deadline day itself (Chelsea who bought Kurt Zouma, and was immediately loaned back to St Ethien) Premier League Team set a new transfer spending record of £130Million , £10 Million up on last year (reported by Betway Sports)

Although January has been a busy Month, with Juan Mata moving to Manchester United and Nemanja Matic coming from Benfica, deadline day itself largely consisted of deals by the struggeling premiership teams, and several failed attempts to bring in players by the top 10.

* Details of all recent transfer are available  HERE.

Agent Fees 2012 - 2013

The Premier League has published details of its clubs' payments to agents from the period 1 October 2012 to 30 September 2013. During this period a total of £96.67m was spent by the 20 Premier League clubs on agents. The amounts shown include payments made by clubs on behalf of players. The Premier League agreed in June 2008 that from season 2009/10 onwards each club would publish, on 30 November each season, the total amount they paid to authorised agents during the period 1 October of the previous year to 30 September of that year (encompassing the two transfer windows). The amounts shown include payments made by clubs on behalf of players. The figures are inclusive of
• Fees paid to agents by Clubs in respect of acquiring and/or renegotiating Player Registrations.
• Fees paid to agents by Clubs on behalf of players in respect of acquiring and/or renegotiating Player Registrations.
• Fees paid to agents during the defined period relating to previous transaction costs (i.e. Player Registrations prior to 1st October 2008) that have been amortised over the length of a Player Contract.

 

Fees paid to agents by Clubs to facilitate the outward transfer of Player Registrations. Player Registrations (transactions) include:


• Domestic permanent transfers.
• International permanent transfers.
• Domestic temporary transfers (loans).
• International temporary transfers (loans).
• Extension of existing Player Contracts.
• First professional registration.
• Free transfers.

Agent Fee Comparison Table

The Premier League started publishing fees paid by its clubs to agents from the 2008-09 season. The purpose of this was to have transparency with the fees paid to agents. This is the aggregated table since that time for all clubs who have been in the Premier League for any of those four seasons.

No surprise that Man City and Chelsea top the table, and Liverpool have been trying to spend their way back to the top since the beginning of the Premier League.  The table raises some interesting points.

As you can see, a total of £286m has gone into agents’ pockets during these four years. That's a lot of money and  would make you question why agents are needed and even if they are why is it the Clubs paying these fees and not the players who after all are the beneficiaries of the Deals brokered by the agents.

The table highlights some interesting points and  raises some questions. Arsenal for instance have been quite reserved in the transfer market with the they have paid for players keeping their net spend low. Yet they feature more prominently on the agent fees table in 5th place spending 50% more that Manchester united for instance.

Premier League Squads 2013-14

Here is a table of  all the cost of all  Premier League squads for the 2013/14 season. Players on loan to a club will not have a value attached as there will not have been  a transfer fee paid. Players loaned out buy a club will have their transfer fees Listed for their parent clubs. Players sold in the January transfer window will also be included in the Squads as they will have been available for half the season. Players who came through a clubs youth system or academy are listed as Youth.

There is a seperate club page listing each player and their cost to the club  for each squad from the squad menu at the site menu on the top of this page.

Transfer League 1992 to Today

This table represents the clubs per season spend on purchasing players from the beginning of the premiership in 1992.
Purchases = Money spent on Players, Sold = Money received from Players sold.
Net = Purchased minus Sold , This gives an indication of new investment on players .
The per season column gives an average of the money spend per season since 1992.

Transfer League Table 2003 to Today

The table below represents the clubs net spend per season from Season 2003/04 to date.This Season saw the begining of very wealthy club ownership with Roman Abramovich's purchase of Chelsea .
Purchases = Money spent on Players, Sold = Money received from Players sold.
Net = Purchased minus Sold , This gives an indication of new investment on players .

The per season column gives an average of the money spend per season since 1992.

Club Finances 2011 - 12

The Premier League clubs collectively made a loss of £205m in 2011-12 despite a £2.4bn income. How did they make the money, how much went on wages, and which is in most debt?

The Premier League accounts are in and it's time to turn our attention to money. How are the clubs operating financially?

In 2011-12, despite the 20 top-flight clubs generating a record income of £2.4bn, collectively the Premier League clubs made a loss of £205m. Of the clubs which were in the Premier League in 2011‑12, the year of most clubs' latest published accounts, eight made a profit, of £82m in total. The largest profit was recorded by Arsenal (£37m profit before tax) followed by Swansea City with £17m profit before tax. Manchester City made the biggest loss, £99m before tax.

The annual special report of Premier League clubs' finances shows they spent £1.6bn on wages last season, most of it to players. The wage bill accounted for 67% of clubs' turnover, a similar level to the two previous years – wages were 68% of income in 2009-10, and 69% in 2010-11.

Manchester United recorded the highest turnover of any of the Premier League clubs in 2011-12 at £320m, while Wigan had the lowest turnover. Chelsea had the second highest turnover, with £261m.

The accounts show that Norwich City, Swansea City and Wolverhampton Wanderers were the only clubs without any debt. Roman Abramovich's club however was the most indebted with a net debt of £878m.

Net debt is as stated in the annual accounts of each club; debts minus cash held at the bank.

In terms of value for money, Swansea's players could be seen as punching above their weight - despite having the lowest wage bill they managed to finish 11th in their first season in the Premier League. Aston Villa, on the other hand, underperformed somewhat. They had the seventh highest wage bill, but only finished 16th. Manchester City justified having the highest wage expenditure of £202m by winning the Premier League.

You can find the financial figures for 2011-12 for the 20 clubs in the table below which is sorted by  Wages as a percentage of turnover .


Division 1/ Championship Transfer League

This table represents current  Championship clubs per season spend on purchasing players from the beginning of the 1992/93 season.
Purchases = Money spent on Players, Sold = Money received from Players sold.
Net = Purchased minus Sold , This gives an indication of new investment on players .
The per season column gives an average of the money spend per season since 1992.
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