Thanks to this article, from NBC Sports, we've seen the final figures of transfer money either in or out from each Premier League club. Now, this news I am going to tell you may not surprise you, but Southampton have made the most money during this transfer window based on comings and goings.
Southampton spent $57.9 million on transfers this window, and finished with the highest net-spend total, with +$26.7 million. That money spent puts them in 12th, behind the likes of the "big clubs" and Everton.
The only other two clubs to have a positive net spend were Everton, and Swansea City, who some have pinned for relegation this season. I do find it interesting that after the rumors of a massive transfer kitty, Everton only spent $3 million more than Saints, but we won't get into that.
However, this article doesn't mention the fact that Saints used much of the money on new contracts and pay-rises to several top players at the club, including the likes of Ryan Bertrand and Fraser Forster.
So, overall, Saints signed several good players, re-signed several others, and lost two, arguably three, important players to last year's squad, all while bagging over probably $10 million, once all is said and done, in the process.