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Value for money for Premier League clubs

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A study by Sky looks at the value for money obtained by Premier League clubs in terms of their points total compared with transfer fees paid out.  

West Bromwich Albion come out on top with a cost of £1.47m per point compared with Manchester United at the other end of the scale with just under £8m per point.  They are closely followed by Manchester City on £7.8m.

At the other end of the spectrum, Burnley have done well at £1.6m per point.   Chelsea have obtained better value from their spending than Arsenal.