Top 10 Most Valuable Clubs in The Premier League as Chelsea Overtake Man United

Top 10 Most Valuable Clubs in The Premier League as Chelsea Overtake Man United

Fred Kennedy
January 10, 2022 at 8:40 AM
  • Man City remain the most valuable team in the Premier League according to a listing by Transfermakt
  • City pride themselves with a star-studded team which includes Kevin de Bruyne, Raheem Sterling, and Bernado Silva
  • Other clubs that featured in the top 10 list of valuable squads include Wolves, Aston Villa, and Everton

Chelsea have moved ahead of Man United in the list of the most valuable clubs in the Premier League.

Chelsea players celebrating a goal. Photo: Getty Images.
Chelsea's current squad is estimated to be worth an eyewatering £790.65m. Photo: Getty Images.
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The west Londoners are now the second most valuable team in the English topflight behind leaders Man City.

Unsurprisingly, City are placed at the top of the money charts, thanks to their star-studded team that boast of world-class talent.

Players such as Raheem Sterling, Kevin de Bruyne, Bernardo Silva, and Phil Foden are all currently in hot form that has helped the club take a 10-point lead at the top of the standings.

Despite their dire results on the pitch and a dip in form, the Red Devils remain among the most valuable teams, with the club currently ranking in third.

Rivals Liverpool are placed fourth on the charts, with Jurgen Klopp's men valued at £774.90million.

According to the listing done by Transfermakt, Arsenal appear to be doing great business as their crop of young players are valued at over £500million.

Young prospects including Bukayo Saka and Emile Smith Rowe are understood to have contributed significantly to the Gunners' squad value.

The north Londoners did not pay a single penny to acquire the services of the duo who were brought through the ranks at the club's academy.

Here are the top 10 most valuable clubs in the Premier League:

1. Man City - £892.89m

2. Chelsea - £790.65m

3. Man United - £778.73m

4. Liverpool - £774.90m

5. Tottenham - £579.65m

6. Arsenal - £505.80m

7. Leicester - £464.22m

8. Everton - £390.38m

9. Aston Villa - £379.17m

10. Wolves - £330.84m

Man United tipped to finish in top four

Earlier, Sports Brief reported a Boffin Supercomputer has backed Man United to finish in the top four this season despite their disappointing run of form.

United were stunned 1-0 by Wolves on Monday, January 3, to have their hopes of sealing a Champions League spot dented.

However,, United are in line to bounce back to winning ways and eventually seal the final European Cup place.

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