Arsenal overpaid by £50 million in the transfer market, while Manchester United saved £60 million in transfer fees.
According to new research, Arsenal overspent by approximately £50MILLION during the summer transfer window compared to their budget.
It was discovered that Manchester United were the most astute operators in the market, having saved approximately £60MILLION on their new acquisitions as a result.
According to TicketGum.com, Arsenal’s summer recruits are worth a total of £107.1 million, but the Gunners spent a whopping £156.8 million on their acquisitions.
Arsenal spent £50 million on Ben White, but according to reports, the England defender is only worth £21.2 million.
In addition, it has been claimed that they overpaid for Aaron Ramsdale, who was only worth £10.8MILLION when he joined the club for £30MILLION.
Despite the fact that his former club Sheffield United acquired him from Bournemouth for £18.5 million in 2020, the England U21 goalkeeper continues to struggle.
Man United are considered to have been the finest operators in the market, having underspent by an incredible £59.8 million.
The market worth of new Manchester United players Cristiano Ronaldo, Raphael Varane, and Jadon Sancho is estimated to be £193.5 million – significantly more than the club paid for them.
Varane, the World Cup winner, was a complete bargain, having joined from Real Madrid for for £42 million – making him significantly less expensive than Arsenal’s Rob Holding.
Man City, for example, is reported to have spent an additional £41.5MILLION on Jack Grealish, who was worth £100M at the time of his signing.
Leeds are also believed to have overpaid for Daniel James, with their new £30 million signing valued at only £16.2 million, according to reports.
The Premier League has claimed that a total of 12 clubs overpaid for their summer signings, according to reports.
The Premier League’s top six teams – including Manchester City and Arsenal – have all been found to have overspent their budgets. The rest of the league’s top ten clubs – including Newcastle and Brentford – have also been found to have overspent.
Those who play for Manchester United (MU), Norwich (NU), Southampton (SU), Leicester (EV), Wolves (W), Watford (W), and Brighton (B) can be proud of their negotiation methods.