Wolves’ £247m squad value after transfers compared to Newcastle United, Brighton, Nottingham Forest and West Ham - gallery

Here’s how all 20 Premier League teams rank by total squad market value after the 2023/24 summer transfer window.

The dust has settled on what turned out to be a record Premier League transfer window, with an extraordinary £2.36 billion spent on new players.

From Chelsea paying a British record £115 million fee to sign Moisés Caicedo from Brighton & Hove Albion to Arsenal securing Declan Rice from West Ham United for £105 million, there have been some huge deals done.

Some of the other most expensive transfers include Josko Gvardiol to Manchester City (£78 million), Rasmus Højlund to Manchester United (£72 million) and Kai Havertz to Arsenal (£65 million).

Clubs near the bottom of the standings, meanwhile, have done clever business, with Luton Town spending just over £20 million on 12 new additions and Burnley splashing £95 million on 15 fresh faces.

With so much money spent, how do the total squad market values now look for all 20 teams in the Premier League, then? Based on figures from Transfermarkt, here’s a full run-through, including every club’s most valuable player.