A report from the Daily Mail has revealed the rough amount that each club in the Premier League could spend in accordance with FFP rules.
FFP, or Financial Fair Play, are rules that allow for clubs to make a loss over a given period of time.
Football clubs are allowed to make a loss of £105million over three-years and the report shows how much each club is able to spend within the FFP guidelines.
Tottenham are said to be able to spend the most within these guidelines in the whole of the Premier League, with a “wiggle room” of £400million available for chairman Daniel Levy.
It could allow for Antonio Conte to make changes to his Spurs squad in January that fit his particular style of play, however it doesn’t mean that they have that much available or would even intend to spend that much in the window as it’s just what they could spend within those rules.
As for Chelsea, they are said to have the fourth most available in the league with £241million between them and the FFP regulations.
The Blues have already invested over £100million to sign Romelu Lukaku in the summer, but with funding made available, there could be more spending from Thomas Tuchel in the transfer window.
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Arsenal have the fifth most in that list with £201million available after a summer where the club invested heavily, putting £150million into transfers to improve the squad for boss Mikel Arteta.
Liverpool and Manchester United also make up the top five clubs for the most they could spend within the FFP limits.
These clubs may end up investing that much but they may opt against it in the transfer window, though the report suggests that Spurs could have the most room to invest if the owners decide to back Conte with spending power.