Premier League sides spent £130million in the winter transfer window which was closed last night, according to Deloitte.
The research shows that the amount spent this winter was same as of January 2014.
Deloitte further revealed that half of that amount were splashed by Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City.
The last minute deal which worth around £45million took the figure above hundred, thanks to Chelsea for signing Juan Cuadrado from Serie A side Fiorentina for £23.3million.
Despite of clubs limits in the transfer market, the Premier League was still capable of maintaining their last season record.
Accountancy firm revealed that a total of £950million is spent this season including the summer window which is far above last season’s record of £760million.
Partner in the Sports Business Group at Deloitte Dan Jones said: "Given the record level of spending seen in the summer, it is not entirely surprising that we haven't seen a new record for the January window."
Apart from Chelsea’s big deal of Cuadrado, Manchester City paid £28million to Swansea City for Wilfried Bony. This was the most expensive deal of the window.
All the Premier League outfits are now ranked in top 40 clubs based on their income.
Deloitte further said that the big transfer fees by the English top sides were because of the big broadcasting revenue.
Columnist: Simon Oates