Newcastle United’s interesting £389m market value compared to West Ham, Tottenham Hotspur and Everton - gallery
Newcastle United’s market value has increased by 32.8 per cent since the start of the season
The Premier League has seen more and more money pumped into teams in recent years as they look to compete for the top flight title, while even the newly promoted clubs are able to persuade some of the best players with staggering salaries. The summer transfer window saw Manchester United splash £86 million on Antony, while Nottingham Forest welcomed the likes of Morgan Gibbs-White, Taiwo Awoniyi and Neco Williams as they spent almost £150m upon their return to the Premier League.
Meanwhile, Newcastle United were able to enjoy their first full window since their takeover and have brought in a wealth of talent that they would have been unlikely to see step foot in St. James’ Park only a couple of seasons ago. The Magpies have plenty of money to spend and have dramatically increased their market value in doing so.
But how have all of these arrivals and departures affected Newcastle’s overall market value compared to their Premier League rivals? We’ve taken a look at the latest figures from Transfermarkt to see where the Eddie Howe’s roster ranks and have also compared it to their value at the start of the current campaign.
Check out the standings below...