How all 20 Premier League teams rank by the market value of their squad (20-11)

Bournemouth have the 11th most valuable squad in the Premier League

The Premier League is home to some of the best and most valuable players in world football.

Despite the financial implications of the coronavirus pandemic, footballers in England's top-flight are also still retaining their enormous values.

Stats website Transfermarkt have released their latest squad valuations for the Premier League - and the rest of Europe's top leagues - and the numbers are still gargantuan.

All 20 teams currently have a squad worth more than £100m and the difference between 20th and 1st is nearly £820m.

We've provided all the data below, including the average age of each squad and the average player value for each team.

20. Sheffield United (£108.81m)

Average squad age - 27.8

Average player value - £3.51m

19. Norwich City (£119.99m)

Average squad age - 26.9

Average player value - £4.29m

Norwich manager Daniel Farke

18. Burnley (£142.88m)

Average squad age - 29.3

Average player value - £5.95m

17. Crystal Palace (£156.15m)

Average squad age - 29.3

Average player value - £6.51m

16. Watford (£173.57m)

Average squad age - 28.0

Average player value - £5.99m

15. Southampton (£174.96m)

Average squad age - 26.0

Average player value - £7.00m

Southampton manager Ralph Hassenhuttl

14. Brighton & Hove Albion (£176.22m)

Average squad age - 27.1

Average player value - £5.68m

13. Aston Villa (£204.98m)

Average squad age - 26.9

Average player value - £6.41m

12. Newcastle (£227.95m)

Average squad age - 27.3

Average player value - £6.51m

11. Bournemouth (£248.60m)

Average squad age - 26.6

Average player value - £7.31m

Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe

All data sourced from Transfermarkt


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