Real Madrid: the second most valuable squad in Europe

A new season begins within Real Madrid with the aim of returning the white team to the fight for all titles. Therefore, Florentino Perez has made a record investment in order that the team led by Zinedine Zidane return to occupy the site from which he came off this season. The French coach will have the responsibility and the opportunity to train the second most expensive squad in Europe and the most valuable in the history of the Merengue team.

The team, which is already concentrated in Montreal to start the preseason, has surpassed its historical value with the arrival of the new signings. Militao (€ 70M), Mendy (€ 30M), Hazard (€ 150M), Rodrygo (€ 40M) and Jovic (€ 60M) have raised the estimated amount of the workforce by € 350M. Along with them, footballers such as Vinicius (€ 70M), Varane (€ 70M), Asensio (€ 60M), Kroos (€ 60M) and Casemiro (€ 60M), are the most valuable players in Real Madrid. All of them add the impressive figure of € 1,230M, making the current template the most precious in the history of the whole merengue.

Regarding the rest of European clubs, Real Madrid is second behind Manchester City, who leads the table with € 1.260M. Pep Guardiola’s team has four players from the ‘club of 100’: Bernardo Silva (€ 100M), Sané (€ 100M), De Bruyne (€ 130M) and Sterling (€ 140M). Following these two, is Barcelona with € 1,114M. In the Barça set are Messi (€ 150M) and Dembélé (€ 100M) as their best rated players. They are followed by Liverpool (€ 1.090M); Tottenham (€ 947M); PSG (€ 947M); Atlético de Madrid (€ 910M); Juventus (€ 871M); Chelsea (€ 868M); Manchester United (€ 801M) and Bayern Munich (€ 757M).

As for the rest of the Spanish teams, followed by the big three, Valencia is positioned with an estimate of € 472M; Real Sociedad (€ 310M); Seville (€ 291M); Betis (€ 291M); Athletic Club (€ 227M); Villarreal (€ 224M) and Celta (€ 210M).