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Manchester City's Premier League winning squad is the most valuable in world football, although Liverpool's isn't too far behind despite a poor season.
Pep Guardiola's side confirmed their third Premier League title in just four years earlier this week, when Manchester United lost to Leicester City.
It has been a remarkable season for the team, who overcame a poor start to the season that saw them drop to 14th at one point, to win the title with some ease.
City have also gone from 18 points behind Liverpool at the end of last season's title race to currently 23 points ahead of them.
There's been no doubt that Guardiola has an incredible squad to pick from and, according to Transfermarkt, they actually have the most valuable squad in the world.
The transfer data website values City's squad at £924.30m, although, at £905.40m, Jurgen Klopp's side aren't too far behind either.
30) Olympique Lyon - £300.11 million
29) AS Monaco - £304.92m
28) Lazio - £310.41m
27) Real Sociedad - £310.95m
26) Ajax - £313.43m
25) Sevilla - £332.91m
24) Aston Villa - £341.73m
23) Atalanta - £342.90m
22) Bayer 04 Leverkusen - £346.86m
21) AS Roma - £348.17m
20) Wolverhampton Wanderers - £370.89m
19) Everton - £418.05m
18) Leicester City - £428.31m
17) AC Milan - £457.99m
16) Napoli - £479.70m
15) Arsenal - £494.19m
14) RB Leipzig - £505.60m
13) Borussia Dortmund - £523.31m
12) Inter Milan - £556.47m
11) Juventus - £610.29m
10) Tottenham Hotspur - £612.72m
9) Manchester United - £645.08m
8) Real Madrid - £670.95m
7) Atletico Madrid - £673.20m
6) Chelsea - £701.82m
5) Barcelona - £740.70m
4) Paris Saint-Germain - £745.92m
3) Bayern Munich - £757.44m
2) Liverpool - £905.40m
1) Manchester City - £924.30m
City players could prove just how valuable they are in just 13 days time when they play in their first Champions League final.
Guardiola's team meet Chelsea in Portugal and will be hoping to complete a treble.
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