Manchester City spent a lot of money last summer to build a new team and the fruits are out there for all to see. The Premier League trophy arrived at Etihad in style. The rest of the top six are struggling to deal with Pep Guardiola side. Manchester United fans, manager and players are struggling to deal with the noise coming from their neighbours. Liverpool and Spurs are firing again but Arsenal and Chelsea need a new start under Unai Emery and Sarri. Today, we want to focus on top six clubs spending as compared League success since 1992 when the division was re-launched.
6. Spurs: £815 million – 0 PL titles
Tottenham Hotspurs had their best season in 2016/17 when they finished second in the League. In 2015/16 they lost out to Leicester City yet again but they keep going hoping next season will be their year. Since 1992, they have spent £815 million but they are yet to win a single league title.
5. Liverpool: £1.248 billion – 0 PL titles
Liverpool fans will struggle to understand just how their club has not lifted the Premier League since 1990. The Reds have spent a total of £1.248 billion but they are yet to lift the League. They came close in 2014 but they lost it to Manchester City once again. Jurgen Klopp will need a miracle to deliver a trophy this season but he is building a great team.
4. Manchester City- £1,487 billion – 3 PL titles
Manchester City was a middle table club like Chelsea before the arrival of Qatar billionaire Sheikh Monsoor. The new owner splashed the petrodollars and success followed. A big chunk of £1,487 billion they have spent on players since 1992 only covers the period between 2008 to date. In the same period, they have lifted 3 Premier League titles. Pep Guardiola did it in style last season to silence his doubters.