Birmingham City’s stunning £47m squad value after transfers compared to Leeds United, Sunderland, Middlesbrough, Southampton and rivals - gallery

Here’s how all 24 Championship clubs compare for total squad market value after the 2023 summer transfer window.

The dust has settled on an extraordinary 2023 summer transfer window in the EFL Championship with a total of over £214 million spent across the 24 clubs.

From Leeds United pinching Joël Piroe from Swansea City for £12 million to Shea Charles making the move from Manchester City to Southampton for £10.5 million, there have been some huge deals.

The other most expensive transfers include Harry Winks to Leicester City (£10 million), Ross Stewart to Southampton (£9 million), Haji Wright to Coventry City (£7.7 million) and Tom Cannon to Leicester City (£7.5 million).

Some clubs have had to spend a little smarter, with Birmingham City being a fine example. Blues only had to lay out around £7 million for 13 new additions and sold Tahith Chong and Jobe Bellingham to fund all of that.

With so much money spent – and lots of players sold around the division – there have been some major changes to the ‘market values table’. Here’s how all 24 clubs now rank, as well as their most valuable assets.