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Report: Tottenham among the top ten most expensive squad in Europe’s top five leagues
By Eddie Razo -

This summer, Tottenham Hotspur added various players to improve their squad as they head into a new direction under Managing Director of Football Fabio Paratici and manager Nuno Espírito Santo. 

As the two men shaped the squad, they added names such as Cristian Romero, Emerson Royal, Bryan Gil, and Pierluigi Gollini to mold the team in their vision. However, these additions have put the north London-based club into of the top ten most expensive squads, per CIES Football Observatory

Here’s the list of the top ten list that includes six Premier League clubs, including Tottenham:

  1. Manchester City – €1.08-billion
  2. Manchester United – €1.023-billion
  3. PSG – €939-million
  4. Real Madrid – €787-million
  5. Chelsea – €780-million
  6. Liverpool – €672-million
  7. Juventus – €657-million
  8. Arsenal – €630-million
  9. FC Barcelona – €578-million
  10. Tottenham – €551-million 

Now having one of the more expensive squads in Europe, Tottenham hopes this will be the season to lift some silverware as they invested in the squad. 

Tags Arsenal Bryan Gil Chelsea Cristian Romero Emerson Liverpool Manchester City Manchester United NewsNow Pierluigi Gollini Tottenham Hotspur
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CowSpurs
CowSpurs
2 months ago

Unfortunately, Utd, City, Chelsea and Liverpool are so far ahead that just to get amongst them is nigh on impossible at the moment. Being in the top 10 is admirable, but not when you’re behind 5 teams in your own league, 4 of which are far better run off the field. Arsenal have shown that squad value means nothing if the club has no coherent plan.

Cheshuntboy
Cheshuntboy
2 months ago

Come to Spurs and see your value plunge, and your international prospects shrivel – that seems to be the case with most of our buys. Alli’s worth about 25% of his value four years ago, Sessegnon’s dropped about a third in two years, ditto Lo Celso. No one wanted N’dombele in the last window, and three current internationals generated a reported total of £6 million for the coffers (including Aurier’s free). Without Kane’s hypothetical value (which we’ll be lucky to realise half of when he does eventually go), we’d probably not make the top twenty, so well done Levy – we’ll be drowning in jam one of these days!

StuSpur
StuSpur
2 months ago

What utter nonsense. How can arsenals squad be worth more than ours? I’m guessing you sourced checked the article given that it’s in French

Harry Hotspur
2 months ago
Reply to  StuSpur

Havce you not heard of CIES?

Harry
Harry
2 months ago

We are the only team in above list not to have won any silverware in the last 10 years……did Danny boy run over a few black cats??

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
2 months ago
Reply to  Harry

Arsenal have only won one cup in that time too I think. Who’d be them ay

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
2 months ago

Arsenals squad worth more than ours? How? Can remember when our squad was worth a billion under poch

Archibald&Crooks
Archibald&Crooks
2 months ago

Bloody ‘ell
Barca we are coming for you

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
2 months ago

Barca bruk

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