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Liverpool break billion pound squad value

February 6th, 2020 Home, Media & Journalism, Uncategorized

Liverpool have joined Manchester City in having a squad value of over £1billion, and have now over taken Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona.

The Reds are well on their way to their first ever Premier League title, and they are also closing in on having the most valuable squad on the planet.

After the transfer window closed as the new season started, Liverpool were rated at fourth – behind current champions Manchester City, along with Real Madrid and Barcelona.

Now it can be revealed that Liverpool are up to second place after breaking through the £1billion barrier for the first time going from £959million up to £1.06billion.

Chelsea’s excellent star under Frank Lampard has seen them leap up to eighth spot, as they have seen nearly £50million added such has been the form of their outstanding youngsters – but Tottenham remain the top club in the capital as they remain in very healthy sixth place with a squad worth just over £860million.

World’s Most Valuable Squads Correct as of January 1 2020 – values from Transfermarkt
1 Manchester City Premier League £1.17bn
2 Liverpool Premier League £1.06bn
3 Barcelona La Liga £985.05m
4 Real Madrid La Liga £963.00m
5 Paris Saint-Germain Ligue 1 £910.49m
6 Tottenham Hotspur Premier League £863.55m
7 Bayern Munich Bundesliga £803.39m
8 Chelsea Premier League £758.48m
9 Atletico Madrid La Liga £751.95m
10 Juventus Serie A £738.00m
11 Manchester United Premier League £673.43m
12 Arsenal Premier League £610.25m
13 Inter Milan Serie A £590.31m
14 Napoli Serie A £567.63m
15 Borussia Dortmund Bundesliga £556.56m
16 RB Leipzig Bundesliga £531.36m
17 Valencia La Liga £458.55m
18 Leicester City Premier League £454.95m
19 Everton Premier League £446.13m
20 AC Milan Serie A £418.77m
21 AS Roma Serie A £403.02m
22 Bayer Leverkusen Bundesliga £395.78m
23 Ajax Eredivisie £386.46m
24 Lyon Ligue 1 £344.16m
25 Benfica Liga NOS £327.60m
26 Wolverhampton Wanderers Premier League £322.83m
27 AFC Bournemouth Premier League £313.88m
28 Real Sociedad La Liga £311.22m
29 West Ham United Premier League £301.73m
30 Lazio Serie A £298.22m
31 AS Monaco Ligue 1 £297.36m
32 Borussia Monchengladbach Bundesliga £284.85m
33 Sevilla La Liga £256.95m
34 Atalanta Serie A £256.41m
35 Real Betis La Liga £255.15m
36 FC Porto Liga NOS £246.51m
37 Fiorentina Serie A £245.68m
38 Newcastle United Premier League £242.39m
39 LOSC Lille Ligue 1 £239.94m
40 Aston Villa Premier League £225.45m
41 FC Schalke Bundesliga £222.05m
42 Olympique Marseille Ligue 1 £221.94m
43 Hoffenheim Bundesliga £216.09m
44 Athletic Bilbao La Liga £215.55m
45 VfL Wolfsburg Bundesliga £214.61m
46 Watford Premier League £204.75m
47 Southampton Premier League £204.30m
48 Hertha Berlin Bundesliga £203.31m
49 Torino Serie A £201.56m
50 Crystal Palace Premier League £200.30m

Not unexpectedly, the Premier League does dominate proceedings with eight teams in the top 20 in the world and 16 in the world’s top 50, which only underlines the power of England’s top division.

Manchester United remain just outside the top-ten along with Arsenal – but both are some way adrift of Juventus.

Leicester’s excellent start to the season has seen them rise to 18th, just ahead of Everton in 19th – although both are impressively ahead of the likes of AC Milan, Roma and Ajax.

Wolves, Bournemouth and Leicester all make the top-30, whilst Newcastle can be found in 38th just ahead of Aston Villa – who are England’s newest entrants into the top-50.

Watford, Southampton and Crystal Palace make up the English ranks in the top-50.

Premier League Most Valuable Squads
1 Manchester City £1.17bn
2 Liverpool £1.07bn
3 Tottenham Hotspur £868.95m
4 Chelsea £756.68m
5 Manchester United £673.43m
6 Arsenal £610.25m
7 Leicester City £454.95m
8 Everton £446.13m
9 Wolverhampton Wanderers £322.83m
10 AFC Bournemouth £313.88m
11 West Ham United £301.73m
12 Newcastle United £242.39m
13 Aston Villa £225.45m
14 Watford £207.00m
15 Southampton £204.30m
16 Crystal Palace £200.30m
17 Brighton & Hove Albion £195.53m
18 Burnley £175.28m
19 Norwich City £127.44m
20 Sheffield United £104.45m

The only English sides missing from the top-50, are those with squads not worth £200million – Brighton, Burnley, Norwich and Sheffield United.

As it stands Brighton are in 52nd, Burnley are 56th, Norwich 72nd and Sheff United are 90th – the highest ranking Championship side is Fulham who are in 79th worth £121million.

OddsMonkey also looked at the Premier League’s most valuable players, and it is no surprise to see forwards dominating with Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling on top at £144million, just ahead of Harry Kane, Mohamed Salah, Kevin De Bruyne and Sadio Mane.

One big mover is Trent Alexander-Arnold – up to sixth in the Premier League, and now the most valuable defender in England – even ahead of team-mate Virgil van Dijk.

Premier League’s Most Valuable Players
1 Raheem Sterling £144.00m
2 Harry Kane £135.00m
3 Mohamed Salah £135.00m
4 Kevin De Bruyne £135.00m
5 Sadio Mane £135.00m
6 Trent Alexander-Arnold £99.00m
7 Paul Pogba £90.00m
8 Virgil van Dijk £90.00m
9 Bernardo Silva £90.00m
10 N’Golo Kante £90.00m

OddsMonkey spokesman Peter Watton commented: “English values continue to rise, and now the only two squads in the world worth in excess of £1billion belong to Premier League clubs in Manchester City and now Liverpool.

“Liverpool’s value has taken a big rise and if they find the success we expect in 2020, they could very well find themselves as the most valuable squad by the end of the season.

“You only need look at Trent Alexander-Arnold and the brilliant campaign he is having, now finding himself as the Premier League’s highest valued defender.”

Odds correct at time of writing

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