How Sheffield Wednesday's summer net spend compares to their Championship rivals - ranked in order

Sheffield Wednesday had a busy end to the transfer window – but how does their net spend compare to their Championship rivals?

Wednesday, 14th August 2019, 12:55 pm
Sheffield Wednesday caretaker boss Lee Bullen

The Owls have signed seven new players since the end of last season – but how does their business compare to the rest of the second tier? Using information from TransferMrket, we take a closer look at every Championship club’s estimated net spend this summer based on transfer fees alone. Scroll and click through the pages:

Estimated profit: £34.5million
Estimated profit: £26.8million

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Estimated profit: £25.7million
Estimated profit: £9.9million
Estimated profit: £9.8million
Estimated profit: £9.1million
Estimated profit: £8.6million
Estimated profit: £8.5million
Estimated profit: £8.1million
Estimated profit: £7.6million
Estimated profit: £5million
Estimated profit: £3.9million
Estimated profit: £3.2million
Middlesbrough signed midfielder Marcus Browne from West Ham this summer.
Estimated profit: £1.8million
Estimated loss: £0.4million
Estimated loss: £1million
Estimated loss: £1.8million
Estimated loss: £2million
Estimated loss: £4.4million
Estimated loss: £5million
Estimated loss: £6.2million
Estimated loss: £7.1million
Estimated loss: £11.3million