The Champions League is officially back, ladies and gentleman.
The greatest cup competition in the world gets underway on Tuesday, with Juventus and Barcelona among the teams in action.
The team to beat is undoubtedly Bayern Munich.
Hansi Flick’s side looked dominant as they stormed to glory last season, beating Paris Saint-Germain 1-0 in the final.
But who has the most valuable squad in the competition?
We’ve ranked them from last valuable to most valuable below…
32. Ferencvárosi – £21.83m (G)
31. FC Midtjylland – £37.85m (D)
30. Lokomotiv Moscow – £75.83m (A)
29. Istanbul Basaksehir – £77.54m (H)
28. Olympiacos Piraeus – £86.67m (C)
27. Dynamo Kyiv – £90.23m (G)
26. FK Krasnodar – £104.09m (E)
25. Shakhtar Donetsk – £121.32m (B)
24. Red Bull Salzburg – £129.60m (A)
23. Club Brugge – £129.78m (F)
22. Zenit St. Petersburg – £162.27m (F)
21. Olympique Marseille – £205.61m (C)
20. Stade Rennais FC – £216.45m (E)
19. FC Porto – £226.22m (C)
18. Ajax Amsterdam – £257.54m (D)
17. Borussia Mönchengladbach – £282.04m (B)
16. Sevilla FC – £314.01m (E)
15. SS Lazio – £325.62m (F)
14. Atalanta – £335.66m (D)
13. RB Leipzig – £463.12m (H)
12. Borussia Dortmund – £528.53m (F)
11. Inter Milan – £616.59m (B)
10. Juventus FC – £621.18m (G)
9. Atlético Madrid – £661.95m (A)
8. Manchester United – £719.87m (H)
7. Chelsea FC – £755.01m (E)
6. Real Madrid – £769.50m (B)
5. Paris Saint-Germain – £772.88m (H)
4. Bayern Munich – £787.19m (A)
3. FC Barcelona – £790.65m (G)
2. Manchester City – £971.64m (C)
1. Liverpool FC – £972.63m (D)
So Liverpool top the pile, with their squad valued at just £1m more than Premier League rivals, Manchester City.
Both teams have a squad value of almost £950m more than bottom club, Ferencvárosi.
Bayern Munich and Juventus only have the 4th and 10th most valuable squads respectively.
And below is the combined squad values of every group…
Group A: £1.65bn
Group B: £1.79bn
Group C: £1.49bn
Group D: £1.60bn
Group E: £1.39bn
Group F: £1.15bn
Group G: £1.52bn
Group H: £2.03m
Group H, consisting of PSG, Man United, Leipzig and Istanbul Basaksehir, is the ‘Group of Death’ this year if squad values are anything to go by.
Group F, featuring Dortmund, Lazio, Club Brugge and Zenit is the weakest.
Man City were judged to have been given another easy group again this year and the squad values prove it.
Their squad value is £971.64m, while the other three clubs in group C combine for just £518.5m.
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