1992-93: Blackburn £8.11m (4th); ­champions Manchester United £2.3m.

1993-94: Blackburn £8.65m (2nd); champions Manchester United £3.75m.

1994-95: Everton £10.9m (15th); champions ­Blackburn £6.8m.

1995-96: Newcastle £14.78m (2nd); champions Manchester United £750,000.

1996-97: Newcastle £16.5m (2nd); champions Manchester United £7.5m.

1997-98: Newcastle £21m (13th); champions Arsenal £16.55m.

1998-99: Manchester United biggest spenders with £27.75m and also ­champions.

1999-2000: Liverpool £36.3m (4th); ­champions Manchester United £10m.

2000-01: Leeds £38.45m (4th); ­champions Manchester United £7.8m.

2001-02: Manchester United £57m (3rd); champions Arsenal £23.25m.

2002-03: Manchester United biggest spenders with £33m and also champions.

2003-04: Chelsea £121m (2nd); champions Arsenal £13.25m.

2004-05: Chelsea biggest spenders with £89m and also champions.

2005-06: Chelsea biggest spenders with £63.4m and also champions.

2006-07: Chelsea £64m; champions Manchester United £18.6m.

2007-08: Manchester United biggest spenders with £52.125m and also ­champions.

2008-09: Manchester City £113m (10th); ­champions Manchester United £46.75m.

2009-10: Manchester City £124m (5th); ­champions Chelsea £23.5m.

2010-2011: Manchester City £155m (3rd); champions Manchester United £27m

2011-2012: Manchester City £84m; champions….?




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