How Chelsea and Tottenham's squad values compare to Arsenal, Man Utd, Liverpool and rivals after Archie Gray and Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall deals

A look at the Chelsea and Tottenham squad values to see how they compare to their rivals after recent deals.

Tottenham and Chelsea have already added to their respective squads this summer, wasting no time in the summer transfer window. Spurs landed Archie Gray on a £40million deal that saw Joe Rodon go the other way, while the Blues have landed Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall, Tosin Adarabioyo and others.

Both clubs need to step it up if they want to land Champions League football and compete for trophies in the coming season, and more additions are expected before the summer is out. But how have the arrivals so far impacted the squad values of the two clubs? Here we take a look at how the squad values of Chelsea and Tottenham’s respective squads compare to those of their rivals. Figures provided by Transfermarkt.

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