Top 10 Most Valuable Football Clubs in The World

The list of the most valuable football clubs in the world is evaluated based on the transfer value and player’s performance. This statistic does not take into account the commercial capacity, the supportive force and the attraction of each club.

English football continues to show its absolute superiority by contributing half of the top 10 clubs, including Man Utd, Man City, Chelsea, Arsenal, and Tottenham. Here are also the top 5 Premier League faces last season. The total transfer value of the five English clubs in the top 10 amounted to £ 1.64 billion.

English football dominates the number but Spain is the country with the club ranked at the highest position. With a total transfer value of £ 535 million, £ 10 million more than rival Real Madrid, Barcelona continues to dominate the number 1 position on this list.

In a season where many players did not perform at their best, Barcelona took the number one spot mainly due to the constant increase in the value of Lionel Messi. Experts consider Messi to be the most valuable player in the world if brought to the transfer market (at nearly 200 million).

Similarly, Real Madrid is in second place mainly thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo, who has scored 55 goals for them last season. Without CR7, maybe this club will lose to Man Utd or Man City.

Besides the 5 English clubs and 2 Spanish clubs, this top 10 list also has 3 faces from Germany (Bayern Munich), Italy (Juventus) and France (Paris St Germain). These are also the clubs that reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League last season, of which Bayern was the winner.

The Champions League runner-up team – Borussia Dortmund is again not in the top 10. This is a sign that they have not become a force to influence in the long term. In terms of average age, Bayern is the club with the youngest squad. The average age of the new team is 26.2 which is a solid base for Pep Guardiola to maintain dominance for many years.

Paris St Germain and Juventus are the most worrisome clubs due to their average age of up to 28.5. This is the result of relying on the old team (Andrea Pirlo) or the leapfrogging strategy to buy famous players (Zlatan Ibrahimovic).

In terms of the total value, both Arsenal and Paris St Germain combined are still not equal to Barcelona or Real Madrid. The two representatives from Spain are also rare clubs worth in excess of £ 500 million, while the other teams are all under £ 400 million.

Tottenham forced Man City to score

Being rejected by VAR in stoppage time, the defending champion accepted a 2-2 draw in the second round of the Premier League, on August 17.

Man City dominated in most of the match time and finished 10 times more (30 versus 3). However, with just two shots to finish the goal, Tottenham has the same number of goals. In one day, all statistics were inclined to Etihad owners, fortunately not on their side. In stoppage time of the second half, Gabriel Jesus kicked off a Tottenham goal but after being assisted by VAR, referees Michael Oliver denied the goal as the ball was slightly touched by Aymeric Laporte.

This is a painful result for teachers and teachers Pep Guardiola. Last season, they were also denied a goal by VAR in the fourth minute of injury time in the quarter-finals of the Champions League quarter-finals … Tottenham. The bad situation of crying and laughing makes Man City eliminated by the law of away goals.

Meeting Tottenham again, the will to ask for a debt in the Champions League last season may also become part of the motivation for many Man City players. They raised the formation and attacked the whole force from the beginning. The link between Bernardo Silva and Kevin De Bruyne makes Tottenham’s left wing frequently put on alert. The speed of Raheem Sterling and Kyle Walker also created conditions for Man City to have unexpected downfall.

Continuous pressure finally brings results to them. Bernardo lets go of the ball for De Bruyne to stumble without looking towards the far post, knocking out all of Tottenham’s defense. Sterling bandage hit the head in a position that was not attached to anyone, took down Hugo Lloris. However, just three minutes later, Tottenham unexpectedly drew 1-1, when the gap opened for Erik Lamela between the defense and Manchester City midfielder. The visiting midfielder led the ball with one beat and then left his left foot into a table. Goalkeeper Ederson was blinded in this situation so his flying phase was not enough to touch the ball.

Being equalized, Man City did not flinch. They continue to organize attacks and once again rise. Still coming from a combination of Bernardo and De Bruyne on the right, Sergio Aguero cut the ball and finished a delicate touch, ending an attack with the brand “Man City – Guardiola”. With two assists in the goal, De Bruyne proved he was a “nightmare” for Tottenham. In the Champions League match against Etihad last season, the Belgian midfielder launched three passes into the table.

At the end of the first half and at the beginning of the second half it was time for Tottenham to suffer from City’s bombardment. De Bruyne, Ilkay Gundogan deflected off goal, Olexandr Zinchenko tested Lloris twice. Aguero broke the offside trap to catch the way to poke Sterling’s slot but the left foot shot wide. Seeing the pressure of the home team, many fans probably think that Man City’s expansion is only a matter of time.

But Mauricio Pochettino made a difference from changing people. Only seconds after taking over from Harry Winks, Lucas Moura headed home from a corner. Only 1m73 high but he turned very high to defeat Walker in the air combat phase. It was the second finish for Tottenham’s goal.

Man City like being touched. They attacked violently, forcing Tottenham to back down the formation to block the penalty. Statistics show: Man City has 52 touches in the opponent’s restricted area, while Tottenham can only do it 5 times. Rodri tried Lloris with a shot like a hammer from outside the box. A few minutes later, Bernardo put the ball into the crossbar.

Guardiola put Jesus in the yard to replace Aguero, in order to improve his attack power. Become the center of Man City’s attacks, but the Brazilian striker played slightly personal, causing some opportunities to pass. After a headed header, he hit Tottenham in the second minute from a corner kick, but the goal was not recognized.