Manchester United have had a busy transfer window, although many would have liked to see the Red Devils be even more active.

The big problem Manchester United encountered was Financial Fair Play, which halted the momentum in what was shaping up as a promising transfer window.

So how much did Manchester United actually spend in the transfer window, taking all into account?

All figures are listed below, not including add-ons. There are a couple of minor undisclosed fees we have not used in calculations.

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Mason Mount: £55 million

Andre Onana: £43 million

Rasmus Hojlund: £64 million

Altay Bayindir: £4.3 million

Sergio Reguilon: Loan, no fee

Sofyan Amrabat: £8m loan fee

TOTAL: £174.3 million.


Zidane Iqbal: £850,000

Ethan Laird: £750,000

Bjorn Hardley: undisclosed

Charlie Savage: £750,000

Alex Telles: £4 million

Anthony Elanga: £15 million

Nathan Bishop: £500,000

Fred: £12.9 million

Matej Kovar: £7.7 million

Noam Emeran: £1 million

Dean Henderson: £20 million

Teden Mengi: undisclosed

Marc Jurado: undisclosed

Logan Pye: undisclosed

TOTAL: £63.45 million

Net spend

Manchester United net spend summer 2023: £110.85 million

This is a figure which ties in with the reports at the start of the transfer window which claimed United’s transfer budget was £100million-£120million.

There was a chance United would have had more to spend too. The Dean Henderson fee was lower than expected due to injury.

Both Harry Maguire and Scott McTominay have stayed, despite speculation linking them away. They each could have commanded big fees, increasing United’s transfer budget.

This was a window where United ended up paying for past mistakes, with some players proving too difficult to shift. As it stands, there are no moves for Eric Bailly and Donny van de Beek, who could yet be moved on after the transfer deadline, to clubs in Turkey or Saudi Arabia.

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