Aston Villa’s new & increased squad transfer value compared to Chelsea, Liverpool, Newcastle United and rivals

Aston Villa have made a tremendous start to the season, exceeding all expectations by thrusting themselves right into the Premier League title race – let alone the battle for the Champions League spots.


Unai Emery has done a brilliant job of getting the most out of a squad that comparatively is thinner and of a lower quality than others in the traditional ‘big six’.


Ollie Watkins, Douglas Luiz, Emiliano Martinez and John McGinn have been particular standouts but it has been a superb team effort, with partnerships being formed in all areas of the field.


The strong performances have helped individual players to improve not only their reputation but their transfer values, too. Cumulatively, that results in Villa’s overall squad worth increasing as well.


But how does the total value of Emery’s team compare to the clubs in and around them in the Premier League standings, as well as the rest of the division? Here’s a full run-through.

1. 20th: Luton Town – £89.6mMost valuable player: Carlton Morris (£11.3m)








2. 19th: Sheffield United – £125.7m
Most valuable player: Anel Ahmedhodzic (£15.6m)









3. 18th: Burnley – £219m
Most valuable player: Sander Berge (£17.3m)









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4. 17th: Fulham – £272.6m
Most valuable player: Joao Palhinha (£52m)






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