15. Crystal Palace [179.43 mil. €]
Crystal Palace refused to sell star man Wilfried Zaha for anything less than £80m in 2019, reasoning that the Ivory Coast international is so integral to their survival chances that it’s better to retain his services than risk giving up the riches that come with Premier League membership. Zaha(€44m) is easily the most valuable player at Selhurst Park, Luka Milivojevic(€20m) comes in at number two.
14. Southampton FC [211.4 mil. €]
Southampton’s better years of football were in 2015-2017, but they managed to stay up and perform. Their squad is another valued at a little over €200m.
There are few players in the €15m-20m bracket, with Danny Ings(€20m) topping the charts. Nathan Redmond and James Ward-Prowse at valued at €18m each.
13. Newcastle United [222.3 mil. €]
After a slight reprieve under Rafael Benitez, the doom-and-gloom mood returned to St James’ Park. Mike Ashley is still calling the shots upstairs, while Steve Bruce is considered – at best – an underwhelming successor to Benitez. Despite being one of the biggest clubs in the division, Newcastle’s squad value is only the 13th highest.
Newcastle’s most valuable player is Allan Saint-Maximin, who is valued at €28m, followed by Joelinton and Longstaff.
12. Brighton & Hove Albion [230.45 mil. €]
After narrowly avoiding relegation in the 2018-19 season, Brighton felt a change of direction was in order. Out went Chris Hughton and in came Graham Potter, who implemented a more progressive, attack-minded style of play at the Amex Stadium. However, even in the last season, the club only managed to finish 16th.
Their most valuable player is their captain Lewis Dunk, who is valued €20m. Centre Forward Neal Maupay has also been valued the same price, followed by Propper and Trossard.
11. Aston Villa [232.70 mil. €]
Aston Villa survived relegation on the final day of the last season by just one point. They had spent £144.5m on 12 new faces in the summer of 2019, and a lot was expected of them, but things didn’t go well.
Villa’s most valuable player is Jack Grealish(€40m), closely followed by Wesley (€24m) and Tyron Mings (€22.5m).