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Supercomputer predicts Premier League 2022/23 standings after latest PL clubs transfer activity

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The signing of Richarlison on Friday made Tottenham Hotspur the biggest spenders so far in the Premier League this summer.

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Supercomputer predicts Premier League 2022/23 standings after latest PL clubs transfer activity

Tottenham Hotspur, who are in their first full season under Antonio Conte, are joined by Liverpool, Newcastle United, and Manchester City as the four clubs that have spent the most money on players during this transfer window.

Man City have signed Erling Haaland and are closing in on Kalvin Phillips as they seek a third consecutive Premier League title.

Liverpool’s offence has been reinforced with the addition of Darwin Nunez and the news that star forward Mohamed Salah has signed a new contract with the club.

Chelsea and Manchester United have yet to make any additions, despite the fact that the Premier League season begins in just over a month.

Arsenal has spent just over £40 million on three players, with a deal for Gabriel Jesus nearing completion.

After Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, and Tottenham Hotspur won the Champions League last season, the six teams named are expected to be the primary contenders for a top-four finish.

We looked at how the final Premier League table may look at the end of next season based on each team’s chances of finishing in the top four, and four of the so-called big six could benefit…

20th: Bournemouth 

19th: Nottingham Forest

18th: Fulham

17th: Southampton 

16th: Brentford 

15th: Leeds United

14th: Crystal Palace

13th: Everton

12th: Wolves

11th: Brighton

10th: Leicester City

9th: Aston Villa 

8th: West Ham 

7th: Newcastle United

6th: Arsenal 

5th: Manchester United

4th: Tottenham Hotspur

3rd: Chelsea

2nd: Liverpool

1st: Man City

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