Real Madrid have dominated the transfer window this summer and that record investment has paid off as Zinedine Zidane has at his disposal the second most valuable squad in Europe according to Transfermakt.
Summer signings Militao (€70m), Mendy (€30m), Hazard (€150m), Rodrygo (€40m) and Jovic (€60m) have cost a combined 350 million euros. They join the likes of Vinicius (€70m), Varane (€70m), Asensio (€60m), Kroos (€60m) and Casemiro (€60m), who are rated highest across the squad. This puts the value of the squad whopping 1.230 billion euros, more than at any other time in the club’s existence.
Squad valuations around Europe
Manchester City lead the table with a valuation of €1,260 million. Pep Guardiola has four players rated at least 100 million, namely Bernardo Silva (€100m), Sané (€100m), De Bruyne (€130m) and Sterling (€140m).
In third place is Barcelona on €1,114m (including Messi (€150m) and Dembélé (€100m), and they are followed by Liverpool (€1,090m); Tottenham (€947m); PSG (€947m); Atlético Madrid (€910m); Juventus (€871m); Chelsea (€868m); Manchester United (€801m) and Bayern Munich (€757m).
The 10 most valuable squads in Europe
- Manchester City €1,260M
- Real Madrid €1,230M
- Barcelona €1,114M
- Liverpool €1,090M
- Tottenham Hotspur €947M
- Paris Saint-Germain €947M
- Atlético Madrid €910M
- Juventus €871M
- Chelsea €868M
- Bayern Munich €757M
As for the rest of the Spanish teams behind the big three: Valencia €472m; Real Sociedad (€310m); Seville (€291m); Betis (€291m); Athletic Club (€227m); Villarreal (€224m) and Celta Vigo (€210m).