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    Full cost of each 25-man squad in the Premier League

    Full cost of each 25-man squad in the Premier League

    Manchester City - £810,870,000

    Manchester United - £628,130,000

    Chelsea - £577,100,000

    Arsenal - £454,800,000

    Liverpool - £454,250,000

    Everton - £388,050,000

    Tottenham Hotspur - £385,300,000

    Leicester City - £317,450,000

    Wolverhamton Wanderers - £241,980,000

    Aston Villa - £229,350,000

    West Ham United - £218,500,000

    Newcastle United - £198,100,000

    Southampton - £170,550,000

    Brighton & Hove Albion - £159,100,000

    Crystal Palace - £149,860,000

    Sheffield United - £120,700,000

    Leeds United - £120,300,000

    West Bromwich Albion - £97,700,000

    Fulham - £94,350,000

    Burnley - £82,600,000

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    And there you have it.........the bottom three for this season like I predicted a couple of days ago.

    The only surprise is the value Fulham have spent.

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    Hi Mick, Hegazi could be on the move.
    https://www.westbromnews.co.uk/2020/...sunday-report/

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    With Ajayi and Bartley there are two replacements handy. How much would it take to convince you to take the deal? £8 million?

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    I doubt if the income league won’t be much different to that either. No real surprise money talks although not in the Champions League (yet anyway) where Man City nor Arsenal or PSG have won it.

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    To be honest Iím not worried over the cost of the squad so much as itís value! Easy to throw millions on bad signings...

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    What would be more interesting is what the wage bill is per club. I remember listening to a lecture by Keith Edelman (former MD of Arsenal) about 15 years ago. He said that there was a very close correlation between wage bill and position in the Premier League. Probably a few exceptions but Edelman’s view was if you had the highest wage bill you could pretty much guarantee being in the top six. And vice versa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveP67 is back! View Post
    To be honest Iím not worried over the cost of the squad so much as itís value! Easy to throw millions on bad signings...


    I agree - Austin and Zohore both on our payroll at 120K a week! What knob negotiated their deals! No wonder Charlie does not want to move to Derby when he can warm our bench at 70K a week! I bet Millwall are paying a token contribution to Zohoreís wage and f uck him right back to us in January!

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