Arsenal’s current squad value is £570.3m according to Transfermarkt – sixth highest in the Premier League.
Manchester City’s squad is valued at £1.15bn, with Liverpool £959.1m. Tottenham are at £881.5m, Chelsea £697.9m, Manu U £664.6m.
Everton are the next after Arsenal at £457.2m, then Leicester £345.8m and West Ham £299m.
The full 25-man Arsenal squad following the close of the European transfer window, is:
Bernd Leno (1),Emiliano Martinez (26),Matt Macey (33),Hector Bellerin (2), Kieran Tierney (3), Sokratis Papastathopoulos (5), Rob Holding (16), Shkodran Mustafi (20), Calum Chambers (21), David Luiz (23), Konstantinos Mavropanos (27), Sead Kolasinac (31), Dani Ceballos (8), Mesut Ozil (10), Lucas Torreira (11), Ainsley Maitland-Niles (15), Reiss Nelson (24), Joe Willock (28), Matteo Guendouzi (29), Emile Smith Rowe (32), Granit Xhaka (34), Alexandre Lacazette (9), Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (14), Nicolas Pepe (19), Gabriel Martinelli (35).
Arsenal raised £65m in sales according to the Evening Standard and saved more than £1m/wk in wages in this transfer window. The net spend was £84.65m
Major savings on salaries include:
David Ospina £40,000/wk
Danny Welbeck £125,000/wk
Stephan Lichensteiner £75,000/wk
Krystian Bielik £25,000K/wk
Laurent Koscielny £90,000/wk
Carl Jenkinson £45,000/wk
Nacho Monreal £70,000/wk
Alex Iwobi £50,000/wk
Aaron Ramsey £120,000/wk
Henrikh Mkhitaryan £180,000/wk
Takuma Asano £25,000/wk
Petr Cech £110,000/wk
Denis Saurez £55,000/wk
Further savings were made on Eddie Nketiah’s loan to Leeds, Dominic Thompson’s sale to Brentford for £3m, and Mo Elneny’s loan to Besiktas.
Meanwhile it emerged that Mustafi’s proposed move to Juventus as cover for Cellini broke down and he is staying at Arsenal at least until January.
In terms of the transfer window deadline, Arsenal have backed changing the date to be in line with the rest of Europe – the beginning of September.
They originally wanted it bringing back to the beginning of the season, after the Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain transfer in 2017, but now favour the later date – along with four of the top six. Only Chelsea want it to remain, arguing any club can say “no”. The change is expected to be ratified on 12 September.