Manchester City, which has won four of the previous five Premier League titles, will be on for a third straight win.
Fans of Manchester United, who are very near the top of the list despite not having won a championship in ten seasons, may be wishing for a complete overhaul after their team dropped to the bottom of the standings.
According to The Athletic, City have the highest salary budget in the league at £355 million annually, with Chelsea coming in second at £343 million.
Manchester United, which is currently in 20th place in the Premier League table, has a wage bill of £323 million, while Liverpool, which last won the title in 2019-20, has a wage bill of £314 million.
The top six teams include rivals from North London, Arsenal and Tottenham, with Arsenal spending $244 million annually compared to Tottenham’s $205 million.