What if points on the PL ladder was swapped with pounds?

That’s it folks, the transfer window is officially closed until January. There were some big deals in the English Premier League like Alexandre Lacazette and Alvaro Morata, however there was probably more rumours and speculation on the final day. Philippe Coutinho stayed, Arsenal kept hold of Sanchez and Ross Barkley left Chelsea in tatters. What clubs spent the most? If you were to change the league ladder from points to pounds, who wins? 

Manchester City – £244.3

Manchester United – £164.4

Chelsea – £168 

Everton – £158.2

Liverpool – £89

Tottenham – £87

Watford – £61.5

Leicester City – £58.8

Arsenal – £53

Brighton – £47.6

West Ham United – £45.4

West Brom – £45.3

Huddersfield Town – £44.6

Newcastle United £42.3

Southampton – £39.4

Swansea City – £37.3

Crystal Palace – £35

Burnley – £34.4

Bournemouth – £34.3

Stoke City – £27.1

The results

Turns out the Manchester clubs lead the league, and the sky blue half eventually come out on top. Everton and Chelsea pip Liverpool and Tottenham for the final Champions League place, while Arsenal are relegated to mid-table. Then we have Stoke City, Bournemouth and Burnley moving down to the Championship, with Crystal Palace missing out by narrow margins, no doubt, aided by a late deal for Mamadou Sakho.


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