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Lennon joins Everton from Tottenham

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Premier League transfer assessments

The huge spending by Premier League clubs this transfer window reflects the confidence felt by all in the league, a football finance expert believes.

With the summer transfer window closed, ESPN FC's Premier League club bloggers assess how each of their teams fared in the market.

- Premier League clubs spend record £835m

We know Manchester United spent enough -- a Premier League record outlay, in fact -- but did they spend wisely?

Chelsea have had great early returns on their transfer business. Will it lead to Premier League glory?

And what about the likes of Hull City, who made a splash on deadline day with three new signings in a bid to ensure top-flight football for another year? 

Here's our club-by-club breakdown on how your team, and all their competition, did this window.

Summer transfer window roundup

- Premier League: Team-by-team ins and outs
- Transfer Centre: All the done deals
- Marcotti: Mind-boggling transfers
- Delaney: What did we learn on deadline day?
- Horncastle: European transfer grades
- Smith: Transfers more important than the game?
- Macintosh: We worship goals, not balance sheets

Club-by-club transfer assessments

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Aston Villa

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Burnley

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Chelsea

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Crystal Palace

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Everton

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Hull City

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Leicester

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Liverpool

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Man United

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Man City

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Newcastle

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QPR

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Stoke City

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Sunderland

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Swansea

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Southampton

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Tottenham

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West Brom

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West Ham

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