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An analysis by business consultants Deloitte of the transfer window that closed Monday showed that the six clubs at the bottom of the table accounted for more than half of all Premier League spending.Next season will see Premier League clubs share more television revenue than ever thanks to a record-breaking 5.1 billion pound deal with broadcasters Sky and BT that runs from 2016 to 2019 .Clubs in the top six positions accounted for 70 percent of second tier spending.Deloitte's said January also saw the highest ever total spend by Premier League clubs on players from overseas, the total of 110 million pounds comparing to 65 million in the same period last year.
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