- Premier League side Manchester City have been ranked first among the most valuable teams in the world
- The Citizen's value is understood to have been bolstered after the signing of Jack Grealish from Aston Villa
- Paris Saint-Germain are the other team who have seen their value rise after landing Lionel Messi from Barcelona
Premier League giants Chelsea and Man United have made the top 10 list of the world's most valuable teams.
The list which was topped by reigning Premier League champions were placed no.1 on the charts, with the Blues and Liverpool completing the top three podium.
According to Transfermarkt who compiled the list, City's squad value is estimated to be worth an astonishing £955.6m (about KSh 143 billion).
SunSport reports the club's recent acquisition of Jack Grealish for a reported fee of £100million saw their squad value skyrocket to the top.
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The publication added PSG are the club to upset English supremacy on the charts, climbing to third following the stunning signing of six-time Ballon d'Or winner Lionel Messi.
Chelsea are placed second on the listing, with the team's value estimated to be worth £898.2m, having been bolstered by the arrival of Romelu Lukaku from Inter Milan for £97.5m.
Man United comes in at fourth with a combined squad value of £835.4m which was boosted by the summer signings of Raphael Varane and Jadon Sancho.
Liverpool, having bought just Ibrahima Konate this summer are ranked fifth with a value of £814m.
La Liga giants Real Madrid and Barcelona are down below in seventh and eighth having lost a number of high-profile players during the summer transfer window.
Here are the top 10 most valuable teams right now:
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1. Man City (England) - £955.6m.
2. Chelsea (England) - £898m
3. PSG (France) - £894m
4. Man United (England) - £835m
5. Liverpool (England) - £814m
6. Bayern Munich (Germany) - £736m
7. Real Madrid (Spain) - £700m
8. Barcelona (Spain) - £694m
9. Atletico Madrid (Spain) - £656m
10. Tottenham Hotspur (England) - £633m
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that According to Antonio Cassano, Jorginho believes that winning a Ballon d'Or award ahead of Lionel Messi is unrealistic, Goal reports.
The Chelsea midfielder has been presented as a strong candidate for this year's individual accolade despite his achievements last season.
The 28-year-old helped the Blues land their second Champions League title and the creative midfielder was also instrumental to Italy's Euro 2020 success.