La Liga Clubs Net Spend | Atletico Madrid Has -£47.66m Balance Meanwhile Real Madrid Earn £42.30m Profit In Transfer Window

La Liga

La Liga Clubs Net spend for the year 2021 was £358 million. It is the lowest spending record in La Liga since 2012. This figure also represents the second consecutive decline after transfer fees in this European football league had peaked at more than 1.5 billion euros in 2019.

La Liga Clubs Net Spend

LaLiga’s transfer period usually goes from July 1 to August 31 each year. Lionel Messi’s signing for Paris Saint-Germain after approximately 20 years with FC Barcelona was the most sounding transfer in the European soccer market in 2021.

Overall, La Liga clubs Net spend on Transfer expenses is £340m. In departure, the league made only £241 million. Which brought the Total balance to -£99 million.

Barcelona and Real Madrid didn’t spend big and save extra euros. However, Atletico Madrid in order to retain the League title spends well in the transfer window. Villareal Spend £49.05 million on transfers. Take a look at the transfer spendings of each and every La Liga club.

ClubTransfer SpendTransfer IncomeNet Spend
FC Barcelona£62.55m£62.55m£0
Real Madrid£27.90m£70.20m£42.30m
Atletico Madrid£69.03m £21.38m-£47.66m
Athletic BilbaoN/A NillN/A
Deportivo Alves£1.04m£3.15m£2.12m
Cádiz CF£5.49mN/A -£5.49m
Celta de Vigo£7.74m£1.62m-£6.12m
RCD Espanyol£5.40mN/A -£5.40m
Levante UD£1.13mN/A -£1.13m
CA Osasuna£7.83mN/A -£7.83m
Real Betis£3.15m£12.60m£9.45m
Real Sociedad£2.25mN/A £2.25m
Villarreal £49.05m£9.68m-£39.38m
Rayo Vallecano £3.87m£1.98m-£1.89m
RCD Mallorca£9.00m£8.10m-£900K
Total£340.26m£241.15m -£99 million

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