Each of the 20 Premier League clubs have confirmed their 25-man roster for the remainder of the season.

When it comes to transfer fees paid to complete the squad, it’s no surprise that reigning champions Manchester City lead the bunch.

City’s 25-man squad is made up of £ 829.5m worth of transfer fees, with Pep Guardiola adding incredible depth to his group.

Meanwhile, it is their neighbors Manchester United who recently re-signed Cristiano Ronaldo, in second place with a value of £ 778.7m.

Then it’s Chelsea in third place with £ 654m, a number massively boosted by Romelu Lukaku’s £ 97.5m move from Inter Milan last month.

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Lukaku’s return to Stamford Bridge was one of only three new signings for the Blues this summer, with Marcus Bettinelli and Saul Niguez free and free respectively.

Next on the list is Liverpool, with the Reds holding a group of players worth $ 532.5 million.

The Gunners’ squad of 25 is estimated at 522.3 million.

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta and football director Edu with new signing Ben White. (Image: Stuart MacFarlane / Arsenal FC via Getty Images)

Nuno Tavares (£ 7m), Albert Sambi Lokonga (£ 16m), Takehiro Tomiyasu (£ 20m), Aaron Ramsdale (£ 25m), Martin Odegaard (£ 30m) and Ben White (£ 50m) £ million) all came to Arsenal to try and make the team a drastic improvement this season.

Then it’s north London rivals Tottenham with a roster worth around £ 365.4million, which is over £ 150million less than the aforementioned Arsenal.

Spurs brought five new players under the new transfer boss Fabio Paratici, who had a large say in the signings.

Pierluigi Gollini (loan), Cristian Romero (loan), Bryan Gil (£ 22.5m), Pape Matar Sarr (£ 15m) and Emerson Royal (£ 22.5m) have all teamed up with Tottenham for rule from Nuno Espirito Santo in N17.

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In total, the three London clubs mentioned above – Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham – spent around £ 314million on revenue over the summer.

Here is the full table when it comes to transfer value within the squad:

Manchester City: £ 829.5m
Manchester United: £ 778.7m
Chelsea: £ 654.0m
Liverpool: £ 532.5m
Arsenal: £ 522.3m
Tottenham Hotspur: £ 365.4m
Everton: £ 324.8m
Leicester City: £ 318.8 million
Aston Villa: £ 271.6m
Wolverhampton Wanderers: £ 254.3m
West Ham United: £ 232.7m
Newcastle United: £ 215.1m
Southampton: £ 171.0m
Brighton & Hove Albion: £ 156.5m
Crystal Palace: £ 155.7 million
Leeds United: £ 155.2m
Burnley: £ 93.6m
Watford: £ 71.4 million
Brentford: £ 71.3m
Norwich City: £ 58.8 million