Aston Villa have splashed the cash to bring in the likes of Robin Olsen in this window Aston Villa have splashed the cash to bring in the likes of Robin Olsen in this window
Aston Villa have splashed the cash to bring in the likes of Robin Olsen in this window | Getty Images

Newcastle United’s estimated £59m transfer spend compared to West Ham and Nottingham Forest so far this summer

Eddie Howe has been busy making moves this window including the signings of Sven Botman from Lille ahead of the new Premier League season.

Newcastle United have had a steady summer transfer window so far, spending a total of just over £59 million on three new players.

Sven Botman and Nick Pope are the new faces in the first team at St James’ Park while the Magpies also splashed the cash to make Matt Targett’s loan move from Aston Villa permanent.

Although they have been far from the busiest club this window, and certainly not the highest spenders, their business does rank them well above several of their Premier League rivals.

Indeed, no less than three clubs from English football’s top flight have yet to part ways with a single penny in transfer fees while others are already coming close to surpassing the £100 million mark.

As of Monday, July 18 with help from football statistics site Transfermarkt we have been able to collect the estimated data on how much all 20 Premier League clubs have spent in this window so far and rank them from lowest to highest.

There are a few names at both ends of the table that may come as a surprise.

Here are all 20 Premier League clubs ranked by their overall estimated transfer spend in the summer window so far:

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