Tottenham and Arsenal lag Manchester United and Manchester City, whose combined teams are worth £2.15 billion.

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Tottenham and Arsenal lag Manchester United and Manchester City, whose combined teams are worth £2.15 billion.

Manchester City has the most valuable squad in European football, closely followed by Manchester United.

Manchester United and Manchester City are said to have a combined squad worth £2.15 billion pounds. City’s squad is Europe’s most valued, while United’s is just marginally less valuable.

Chelsea’s team is the third most valuable in the Premier League, which controls the top ten slots.

The Weekly Post estimates that City’s roster is worth £1.093 billion, while United’s players are worth £1.036 million.

Chelsea’s players are worth a total of £808 million, thanks to the arrival of Romelu Lukaku this summer, which increased the team’s valuation.

Tottenham and Arsenal, meanwhile, missed out on a position in the top 10, despite having squads valued £485 million and £481 million, respectively.

Outside of the Premier League, Barcelona has the most valuable roster, with players worth £765 million.

Following President Joan Laporta’s announcement earlier this year that the Catalans were in debt to the tune of £1.15 billion, this will be welcome news to club executives.

Bayern Munich rounds out the top five, with a valuation of £760 million if the entire team were sold.

Despite having blockbuster talents Lionel Messi, Neymar, and Kylian Mbappe on their team, Paris Saint-Germain had to settle for eighth place in the standings with £689.5 million.

It’s no surprise that Man City is at the top of the list after breaking the British transfer record to sign Jack Grealish this summer.

If they had been able to sign Harry Kane from Tottenham this summer, they would have been miles ahead of the race.

The signings of Jadon Sancho, Raphael Varane, and Cristiano Ronaldo in August increased the worth of Man United’s roster.

Despite being 36 years old and joining the Red Devils for a meager £12.8 million sum, Ronaldo is still valued at a staggering £40.5 million by Transfermarkt.

Liverpool was sixth in the standings, with a team worth £740.5 million pounds, just ahead of Real Madrid (£723 million).

Borussia Dortmund (£586 million) was ninth, with Atletico Madrid (£565 million) rounding out the top ten.

The report’s numbers were derived using the CIES Football Observatory’s proprietary technology.

Those in the game have long discussed the stratospheric valuations of the greatest players, with some analysts claiming that transfer fees are spiraling out of hand.

Super agents inflate the valuations, and they profit as a result. “Brinkwire News Summary.”

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