Spurs, entering their first full season under Antonio Conte, are joined by Liverpool, Newcastle United and Manchester City as the four clubs who have shelled out the most money on players this transfer window.
Man City have signed Erling Haaland and are closing in on Kalvin Phillips as they seek to retain the Premier League title for the third consecutive season.
Liverpool have strengthened their attack with the arrival of Darwin Nunez and the news that star striker Mohammed Salah has signed a new contract with the club.
Chelsea and Manchester United have yet to secure any signings with the start of the Premier League season just over a month away.
Arsenal have spent just north of £40million on three players while a deal for Gabriel Jesus is set to be confirmed.
The six clubs mentioned are expected to be the main challengers for a top-four finish, after Man City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Spurs won the Champions League places last season.
We’ve taken a look at what the Premier League final table could look like at the end of next season based on each team’s chances of finishing in the top four, with potential good news for four of the so-called big six…