The Tottenham squad value compared to Arsenal and Chelsea amid gulf to Man City and Liverpool
Tottenham Hotspur’s squad value has decreased by £33.3million since January 2019, helped by the departure of Christian Eriksen to Inter Milan in January.
Eriksen joined Inter for £18million in the January transfer window, decreasing Spurs’ value, likewise with Kieran Trippier’s £19.80million move to Atletico Madrid in the summer.
Tanguy Ndombele was brought in for just over £50million and Steven Bergwijn for almost £30million.
However, Tottenham’s performances this season and their league position means the value of the squad has gone down.
In comparison to their Premier League rivals, Spurs are in third-place in the value league table, sitting behind Manchester City and Liverpool, who both have squads worth more than £1billion, according to the transfermarkt website.
Premier League clubs/squad value
Manchester City – £1.14bn
Liverpool – £1.08bn
Tottenham Hotspur – £777.15m
Chelsea – £746.15m
Manchester United – £718.88m
Arsenal – £636.08m
Everton – £454.23m
Leicester City – £453.83m
Wolves – £329.00m
West Ham United – £316.58m
Bournemouth – £302.18m
Newcastle United – £277.04m
Aston Villa – £242.91m
Watford – £209.52m
Brighton & Hove Albion – £204.53m
Southampton – £201.15m
Crystal Palace – £193.50m
Burnley – £176.18m
Sheffield United – £143.42m
Norwich City – £140.72m
Tottenham’s most valuable player according to the website is Harry Kane, who is worth £135 million, with Heung-min Son and Dele Alli joint-second on £72million.
Goalkeeper Hugo Lloris’ value has gone down this season to £16.20million but the performances of defender Davinson Sanchez have seen his worth rise to £54million.
Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen’s values have both decreased, likewise Eric Dier and Ben Davies.