Premier League FFP table: Where Newcastle, Arsenal, Liverpool and others rank based on latest figures

A look at the latest FFP Premier League table based on the latest reporting period to see where Newcastle United rank.

Newcastle United continue to battle Financial Fair Play issues as they look to strengthen their squad again this January. The Magpies spent significantly again in the summer, adding the likes of Harvey Barnes and Sandro Tonali, and they are now left on a tightrope as they look to remain within Premier League regulations.

Clubs are only permitted to make a loss of £105million across the previous three years, which means profits must come relatively close to matching spending even for clubs with incredibly rich owners. The last reporting period for finances includes everything up to the end of the 2021/22 season, and clubs were allowed to exceed £105million under certain conditions due to the Covid pandemic. Here we take a look at how the latest FFP table looks based on that latest reporting period and the three-year figures clubs posted.

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