Chelsea unarguably takes the top position on this list with £259m spent in the summer transfer window with Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, Dennis Zakaria and Wesley Fofana being the new players they recently signed before the transfer window deadline.
Manchester United are second on this list with £214m spent on acquiring players this summer. The red devils recently added Antony of Brazil to their squad after they splashed the sum of £85m to acquire the 22 year-old on a five year contract.
Premier League leaders, Arsenal occupies the 9th spot on this list after spending £116m on transfers. Despite the small amount the spent this summer, they have been able to show their domination in the English league as they maintain their 100% record.
Liverpool are at the last spot with £99m spent on transfers and Arthur Melo was their final signing this summer, in which they acquired the Brazilian International on season long loan.