The summer transfer window is over, and it's time to take stock of how each Premier League club has done.

Here is a ranking of every club, from best to worst:

Manchester City: City have been the most active club in the transfer market, spending over £100 million on Erling Haaland, Julian Alvarez, Kalvin Phillips, and Stefan Ortega Moreno. They have also brought in promising young players like Marc Cucurella and Julian Weigl. City are now the favorites to win the Premier League again next season.

Arsenal: Arsenal have also been busy in the transfer market, signing Gabriel Jesus, Fabio Vieira, Marquinhos, and Matt Turner. They have also extended the contracts of Bukayo Saka and Eddie Nketiah. Arsenal are now looking like a genuine top-four contender next season.

Tottenham Hotspur: Tottenham have made some big signings in Ivan Perisic, Fraser Forster, Yves Bissouma, and Richarlison. They have also brought in Djed Spence and Clement Lenglet on loan. Tottenham are now looking like a more balanced side, and they could challenge for the top four next season.

Liverpool: Liverpool have not made as many signings as some of their rivals, but they have brought in Darwin Nunez and Fabio Carvalho. They have also tied Mohamed Salah down to a new contract. Liverpool are still the favorites to win the Premier League next season, but they will need to be more clinical in front of goal.

Chelsea: Chelsea have had a difficult transfer window, as they have been unable to sign any players due to the sanctions imposed on Roman Abramovich. However, they have been able to extend the contracts of Cesar Azpilicueta, Marcos Alonso, and Antonio Rudiger. Chelsea are still a strong side, but they will need to be more ruthless in the transfer market in the future.

Manchester United: Manchester United have had a disappointing transfer window, as they have only been able to sign Tyrell Malacia and Christian Eriksen. They have also lost Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard, Juan Mata, and Nemanja Matic on free transfers. United are in need of a major rebuild, and they will need to do better in the transfer market next season.

Newcastle United: Newcastle have had a good transfer window, spending over £90 million on Sven Botman, Matt Targett, Nick Pope, Bruno Guimaraes, and Ekitike. They have also brought in Dan Burn and Chris Wood on loan. Newcastle are now a more competitive side, and they could challenge for a European place next season.

West Ham United: West Ham have had a quiet transfer window, but they have brought in Nayef Aguerd and Alphonse Areola. They have also extended the contracts of Declan Rice and Jarrod Bowen. West Ham are still a good side, but they will need to be more ambitious in the transfer market in the future.

Leicester City: Leicester have had a mixed transfer window, signing Patson Daka and Ryan Bertrand, but losing Youri Tielemans and Wesley Fofana. They have also brought in Omar Richards and Jannik Vestergaard on loan. Leicester are still a good side, but they will need to be more consistent if they want to challenge for Europe next season.

Brighton & Hove Albion: Brighton have had a good transfer window, signing Marc Cucurella and Yves Bissouma. They have also brought in Kaoru Mitoma and Kjell Scherpen. Brighton are now a more balanced side, and they could challenge for a top-half finish next season.

The rest of the Premier League clubs have also been busy in the transfer market, but they have not made as many big signings as the clubs listed above.

It will be interesting to see how all of these clubs perform next season. The Premier League is always unpredictable, and there is no guarantee that the clubs that have spent the most money will be the most successful.

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