TOTTENHAM fans are forced to fork out more than any of their Premier League counterparts for their team’s replica shirt.
And Burnley supporters get best value for money as research shows English kits are the cheapest on the whole across Europe’s big five leagues.
Spurs shirts are the most pricey in England with fans having to cough up £70 for a replica jersey.
Chelsea and Liverpool come in second with theirs just 5p less at £69.95.
Manchester City rank fourth with their Puma top setting Cityzens back £65.
And Newcastle complete the top-five with their famous black and white stripes costing loyal geordies £64.99.
Manchester United, Leicester, Arsenal, Leeds and Aston Villa complete the top 10 from £64.96 to £57, according to the research from 888 Sport.
Burnley’s £45 shirt is the best value in England’s top flight with Brentford (£48), Crystal Palace (£50) and Norwich (£50) completing the cheapest five list.
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Out of the five major European leagues, it’s the Premier League which has the cheapest shirts overall, with average cost at around £58.
Ligue 1 has been named as the most expensive league in Europe for replica shirts. French fans can expect to pay on average £70 for a jersey.
Barcelona’s Nike jersey this season costs £81.64 on average with Cagliari’s Adidas top coming in at the same amount.
Fiorentina’s kit is made by Kappa and they rank as the cheapest shirt in Europe with an average cost of just £33.52.
Man Utd’s is the 60th most expensive shirt in Europe.
The average cost of a Red Devils replica shirt is £64.95 with a ‘Ronaldo 7’ costing £79.95.
An authentic match quality version sets punters back £120.
Ronnie is pulling in an eye-watering £480,000-a-week at Old Trafford.
But it appears the club have been able to recoup some of that in replica shirt sales.
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Ronaldo’s No 7 shirts were everywhere amid the party atmosphere ahead of his debut against Newcastle.
The 888 report states: “Ronaldo’s move to Manchester Utd was huge – but not as huge as the demand for his No 7 jersey.
“In fact, searches for ‘Ronaldo Man United shirt’ since September 2020 have increased 3,173 per cent, with ‘Ronaldo shirt’ surging 408 per cent.”
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