Another transfer window has been and gone whereby clubs in the EFL Championship have managed to make alterations to their squads.

Some clubs took the opportunity to further strengthen their sides for the current campaign as they look to achieve the aims they have set out for themselves; whether they be to win promotion to the Premier League or whether it is to be able to cement their place in England’s second division.

Admittedly, this particular window was a little different compared to previous others as dates were changed, whilst there was hardly any money available to spend because of the current crisis that is being felt in every corner of the world. Bettors that have money to spend on wagers in regards to EFL action should ensure they have the best apps available to further enhance their experience.

However, some clubs still did manage to make the most of the opportunity, and TransferMarkt have provided all the latest figures to show who spent what and who they managed to make the most money from this past summer.

Indeed, Middlesbrough had the highest net spend of the summer as they splashed out an estimated £2.7 million on top of anything that was earned (although many of their deals were left undisclosed), whereas AFC Bournemouth made the most profit – albeit their sale of Nathe Ake for £40.7 million certainly playing a huge role.

Nonetheless, here are what TransferMarkt (via the Hertfordshire Mercury) listed the values at…

1. Middlesbrough: -£2.7m

Most expensive signing: Chuba Akpom (£2.7m)

Most expensive sale: All free transfers, or undisclosed fees

2. Cardiff City: -£2.66m

Most expensive signing: Kieffer Moore (£1.98m)

Most expensive sale: Callum Paterson (£495k)

3. Reading: -£2.07m

Most expensive signing: Ovie Ejaria (£3.5m)

Most expensive sale: Modou Barrow (£1.44m)

4. Preston North End: -£1.35m

Most expensive signing: Emil Riis (£1.35m)

Most expensive sale: All free transfers

5. Coventry City: -£1.35m

Most expensive signing: Gustavo Hamer (£1.35m)

Most expensive sale: All free transfers

6. Sheffield Wednesday: -£995k

Most expensive signing: Josh Windass (£500k)

Most expensive sale: All free transfers

7. Barnsley: -£720k

Most expensive signing: Herbie Kane (£1.26m)

Most expensive sale: Jacob Brown (£1.98m)

8. Millwall: -£500k

Most expensive signing: Mason Bennett (£500k)

Most expensive sale: All free transfers

9. Blackburn Rovers: -£450k

Most expensive signing: Thomas Kaminski (£450k)

Most expensive sale: All free transfers

10. Stoke City: -£293k

Most expensive signing: Jacob Brown (£1.98m)

Most expensive sale: Jack Butland (£990k)

11. Rotherham United: -£248k

Most expensive signing: Dan Barlaser (£248k)

Most expensive sale: All free transfers

12. Wycombe Wanderers: N/A

Most expensive signing: All undisclosed, or free transfers

Most expensive sale: All free transfers

13. Luton Town: N/A

Most expensive signing: All undisclosed, or free transfers

Most expensive sale: All free transfers

14. Bristol City: +£2.49m

Most expensive signing: Joe Williams (£1.2m)

Most expensive sale: Niclas Eliasson (£2.7m)

15. Derby County: +£3.06m

Most expensive signing: Kamil Jozwiak (£3.87m)

Most expensive sale: Max Lowe (£3.47m)

16. Nottingham Forest: +£5.68m

Most expensive signing: Loic Mbe Soh (£4.5m)

Most expensive sale: Matty Cash (£14.8m)

17. QPR: +£9.88m

Most expensive signing: Rob Dickie (£2.43m)

Most expensive sale: Eberechi Eze (£16m)

18. Swansea City: +£12.94m

Most expensive signing: Jamal Lowe (£800k)

Most expensive sale: Joe Rodon (£10.9m)

19. Huddersfield Town: +£22.68m

Most expensive signing: Pipa (£360k)

Most expensive sale: Karlan Grant (£14.85m)

20. Birmingham City: +£23.12m

Most expensive signing: Jonathan Leko (£990k)

Most expensive sale: Jude Bellingham (£20.7m)

21. Brentford: +£25.1m

Most expensive signing: Ivan Toney (£5m)

Most expensive sale: Ollie Watkins (£27.7m)

22. Norwich City: +£31.6m

Most expensive signing: Jordan Hugill (£2.97m)

Most expensive sale: Ben Godfrey (£24.75m)

23. Watford: +£42.75m

Most expensive signing: Stipe Perica (£4m)

Most expensive sale: Abdoulaye Doucoure (£20m)

24. Bournemouth: +£79.25m

Most expensive signing: All loans

Most expensive sale: Nathan Ake (£40.7m)