Latest figures for Championship squad values of Bristol City, Sheffield United, Burnley and other Championship teams

The summer transfer window has slammed shut and the valuations are in. Here is where Bristol City rank with their Championship rivals.

Bristol City are performing above expectations in the Championship at the moment, it has been revealed.

The Robins sit just outside the top six by a point, positioned in seventh and are on a five game unbeaten league run, seven if you include the Carabao Cup.

After the summer transfer window shut, Transfermarkt tallied up the valuations of each of the 24 teams in the division and it makes for interesting reading.

Nigel Pearson’s side are surprisingly the 18th most valued squad, which is 11 places lower than where they are in the real life table.

City have some prized assets on their books, including Antoine Semenyo who was subject to much speculation throughout the transfer window.

Semenyo is City’s sixth most valued player with a market value of £2.25m according to the website. The 22-year-old had reportedly been subject of a £10m bid which was rejected, whilst the clubs actual valuation of the player is much higher than that.

In fact, Tomas Kalas who has a year left on his deal and is yet to play this season, is their most valued player at £3.60m.

Han-Noah Massengo, out of contract as well next summer shares the same valuation as the Czech Republic international, but then things go considerably down as you take a closer look at the squad.

Andreas Weimann, despite his 22 goals and 10 assists last year is only worth £2.25m, the same as Jay Dasilva and Semenyo, but if an actual bid were to come in for them, it would take a lot more to prize them away from Ashton Gate.

Surprisingly, Alex Scott who was reportedly wanted by Leeds United, Tottenham Hotspur and giants Manchester United, only has a value of £720k, despite being contracted until the summer of 2025.

Out of the summer signings, Stefan Bajic is the most valuable at £1.62m, whilst Kal Naismith is worth £900k, Mark Sykes is £450,000 and Kane Wilson comes in at £315k.

Unsurprisingly, two of the teams relegated from the Premier League are the teams with the best market value, whilst Burnley aren’t far behind, holding a spot in the play-off the values table.

Watford’s Ismaila Sarr, who looked set to join Steven Gerrard’s Aston Villa, is worth £42.30m, the most of any player. Max Aarons and Todd Cantwell, both of Norwich City are worth £19.80m and £16.20m respectively.

Sheffield United lead the way in the current league standings but have the third most valued squad in the division with almost £25m less of a valuation than Norwich.

Championship valuations - 2022/23 (after September 1)

Norwich City - £104.04m

Watford - £96.57m

Sheffield United - 76.95m

West Bromwich Albion - 61.29m

Burnley - £60.80m

Middlesbrough - £60.63m

Hull City - £43.56m

Stoke City - £41.18m

Blackburn Rovers - £40.28m

Queens Park Rangers - £40.14m

Preston North End - £38.79m

Swansea City - £37.71m

Sunderland - £37.24m

Cardiff City - £34.34m

Birmingham City - £1.68m

Reading - £30.78m

Millwall - £29.03m

Bristol City - £28.62m

Luton Town - £26.10m

Coventry City - £23.18m

Huddersfield Town - £20.30m

Blackpool - £18.09m

Wigan Athletic - £16.79m

Rotherham United - £11.52m