Newcastle spent over £90million last window, making it over £100million across the season following the addition of Joe Willock last summer.
The new signings helped transform Eddie Howe’s side who secured their Premier League status with a wonderful end to the season.
Preparations are underway to add even more quality to the squad in the summer, but Newcastle know they will have to contend with Financial Fair Play restrictions.
FFP will take into account their net-spend on transfers and with that in mind, here, using data provided by Transfermarkt, we take a look at the net spend of each Premier League club over the past five seasons to see where Newcastle United rank:
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1. Brentford (+£51.77m)
Total net spend = (+£51.77m), biggest net spend = 2021/22 (-£32.13m), smallest net spend = 2020/21 (+£49.23m), record signing in past five years = Kristoffer Ajer (£14.13m)
Photo: Catherine Ivill
2. Nottingham Forest (-£1.75m)
Total net spend = (-£1.75m), biggest net spend = 2018/19 (-£16.13m), smallest net spend = 2017/18 (+£8.86m), record signing in past five years = Joao Carvalho (£13.50m)
Photo: Tony Marshall
3. Bournemouth (-£14.11m)
Total net spend = (-£14.11m), biggest net spend = 2018/19 (-£62.01m), smallest net spend = 2020/21 (+£84.20m), record signing in past five years = Jefferson Lerma (£25.20m)
Photo: Bryn Lennon
4. Southampton (-£24.28m)
Total net spend = (-£24.28m), biggest net spend = 2018/19 (-£32.54m), smallest net spend = 2017/18 (+£33.39m), record signing in past five years = Danny Ings (£22.59m)
Photo: ANDREW BOYERS