Newcastle United have enjoyed a gradual overhaul of their squad since their Saudi-backed takeover was completed in 2021, making them one of the richest clubs in Europe. The Magpies have parted ways with the likes of Dwight Gayle, Jeff Hendrick and Andy Carroll and have welcomed some of the world’s biggest talents - splashing the cash on Alexander Isak, Bruno Guimaraes and others.
Following another successful transfer window that saw the Magpies cough up £45 million to lure Anthony Gordon away from Everton, it comes as no surprise to see Newcastle’s squad market increase as they take a step closer to being on the same level as the other ‘Big Six’ clubs.
It comes as no surprise to see the likes of Man City and Chelsea top the market value table given how much money has been invested into the two clubs. Todd Boehly has already spent over £500 million on the Blues’ squad since his arrival and has welcomed the likes of Mykhaylo Mudryk and Enzo Fernandez for hefty price tags. With an average player market value of around £14.5 million, we take a look at how Newcastle’s club’s squad market value compares to the rest of the Premier League.