Manchester City and Chelsea of the English Premier League are currently top of the list of the most Valuable squad in the world.
Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City still topped the list despite the massive spending by rival team Chelsea. Recall that the Blues spent over $350 million in the January transfer window alone.
The list of the biggest spenders in the January transfer window was dominated mostly by teams in the Premier League and was led by Chelsea.
Chelsea signed Enzo Fernandez, Mykhailo Mudryk, Benoît Badiashile, Andrey Dantos, David Datro Fofana, and loanee João Félix, while Arsenal signed Leandro Trossard from Brighton amongst others.
Liverpool also was not left out as they secured the signing of Cody Gakpo from PSV after he was linked to Manchester United.
Erik ten Hag was not left behind also as he went for his countryman Wout Weghorst, on loan, after letting Cristiano Ronaldo join Al Nassr of Saudi Arabia.
Today on Futballnews, we are going to be looking at the Most Valuable Team In Europe’s Top Five Leagues and how much their squad worth.
Manchester City – €1.05BN
Manchester City became the envy of other teams as they secured the signing of Erling Haaland from Dortmund for €60 million to add to their squad dept.
Manchester City top the list of the most valuable squad in the world with a squad value of €1.05BN which can be attributed to 24 players.
The Etihad outfit were talk of the town when they signed Erling Haaland from Dortmund for €60 Million and also added Manuel Akanji as well as Kalvin Philips.
Chelsea – €1.02BN
English teams collectively spent a record £815 million ($1 billion) in the January transfer window and none other than Chelsea, generated approximately 37% of that total alone.
The five times Premier League winners spent over £323 million ($400 million) on just eight players, ending things on January 31 with an English record £107 million ($132 million) deal for Argentine Enzo Fernández.
The money Chelsea spent alone in the January transfer window was more than the total amount all Serie A clubs (around €28 million) spent during the window.
With these signings, Chelsea is second on the list of the most valuable squad in the world as their squad is worth €1.02BN currently.
Bayern Munich – €980M
Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich are not left out on our list as they are third and their squad is currently worth €980M.
Third-placed Bayern are on the decline in squad value, after losing about €16m in value as some of their players have been devalued due to form.
The degraded players include; Sadio Mané (-€15m from €45m), João Cancelo (-€10m from €70m) Manuel Neuer (-€5m from €7m) and Serge Gnabry (-€10m from €55m).
Jamal Musiala (+€10m to €110m) and Josip Stanisic (+€4m to €12m) were not affected by this decrease in market value as they are still much valuable in the market.
Arsenal – €890M
Arsenal Captain, Martin Ødegaard is having the season of his life and is a very instrumental player in the attacking midfield of the Gunners, rising from €60m to €80m in value.
Arsenal’s market value has increased from €803 to €890, thanks to Gabriel Martinelli (+€10m to €70m), Jakub Kiwior (+€12m to €20m) and Bukayo Saka (+€10m to €110m).
Bukayo Saka is now the most valuable English player alongside Jude Bellingham of Dortmund and Phil Foden of Man City.
Arsenal are 4th on our list of most valuable squad with a total worth of €890 Million.
PSG – €883M
Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain are fifth on our list as their squad is currently worth about €883M.
The PSG squad currently has big names such as Kylian Mbappe, Neymar, Lionel Messi Ahcraf Hakimi, and Sergio Romas among many others.
Liverpool – €879M
Jurgen Klopp is blessed with a lot of talented players in his Liverpool squad.
Though liverpool might not end the season with a trophy, the top 4 finish is somewhat guaranteed.
Despite Liverpool’s squad worth €879M, they are currently in sixth place in the Premier League table and seven points adrift of fourth-placed Tottenham Hotspur with two games in hand.
Due to the low turnout of performance, the Reds are planning to add more to their squad in the summer, with the likes of Jude Bellingham, Mason Mount, and Josko Gvardiol on theit target list.
Real Madrid – €861M
Real Madrid despite being the most successful club in club history are the 7th most valuable squad as the player are worth €861M in total.
Madrid are the reigning Champions after lifting the Champions League trophy for a record 14 times since it’s inception last season.
In their squad they have the likes of Vinicius Jr, Karim Benzema, Eden Hazard, Antony Rudiger, Aurelien Tchouameni, Toni Kross, Luka Modric among others.
Manchester United – €796M
Manchester United with their squad worth €796M also made it to the top 10 of this list.
The Red Devils, headed by Dutchman Erik ten Hag, did not have much to spend during January while a takeover remains a possibility in the near future.
The club did strengthen, though, with the signing of players like Antony, Casemiro, Eriksen, and also the loan signings of Wout Weghorst and Marcel Sabitzer.
Barcelona – €767M
Barcelona, the La Liga giants, despite having accrued financial problems after Lionel Messi departed to PSG, still made it to the top 10 here.
Currently, Barcelona are topping the standing in the Spanish La Liga and their squad is worth €767M.
Tottenham Hotspur – €680M
Tottenham Hotspur are the last on the list and one would wonder what they are doing here..
Well, before Antonio Conte was asked to depart the club, he made some notable signings for the club that boosted the squad’s worth.
And aside that, players like Harry Kane, Son and some other stars are the reason why the value of the club will keep increasing.
On the list of the most valuable squad in the world, Spurs are the 10th most valuable squad. The squad is currently valued at €680M.