Southampton's academy is Europe's most profitable youth setup over the past three years.
Numbers released by the International Centre for Sports Studies' Football Observatory suggests that the Saints have produced the most expensive group of players who have been sold on to other clubs.
?The south coast outfit have pocketed in excess of 90million since 2012 which has them far and away at the top of the Premier League list which sees Swansea City in second and Manchester United in third.
?Top 15 European clubs?Academy player sales in last three years
?90.2m: Southampton - Calum Chambers, Adam Lallana, Luke Shaw
76m: Lille - Gianni Bruno, Mathieu Debuchy, Lucas Digne, Eden Hazard, Divock Origi
?72.2m: Real Sociedad - Antoine Griezmann, Asier Illarramendi 51.5m: Seville - Luis Alberto, José Campaña, Antonio Luna, Alberto Moreno, Jesús Navas 43.5m: Borussia Dortmund - Daniel Ginczek, Mario Götze, Julian Koch, Lasse Sobiech, Koray Günter 43m: Real Madrid - José María Callejón, Daniel Carvajal, Esteban Granero, Álvaro Morata 38.8m: Barcelona - Thiago Alcântara, Jonathan dos Santos, Andreu Fontàs, Bojan Krkic, Antonio Sanabria 33.6m: Rennes - M'Vila, T. Bakayoko, Y. Brahimi, K. Théophile, J. Kembo, D. Foulquier, Y. Jebbour 33.5m: Montpellier - Rémy Cabella, Benjamin Stambouli, Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa, Younès Belhanda?32.8m: St-Etienne - Faouzi Ghoulam, Josuha Guilavogui, Loris Néry, Kurt Zouma 31.8m: Swansea City - Joe Allen, Ben Davies 31.1m: Bayern Münich - Emre Can, Diego Contento, Raif Husic, Toni Kroos 28.7m: Manchester United -Michael Keane, Danny Welbeck, Robert Brady, Matt James, Joshua King 25.2m: Paris St-Germain - Clément Chantôme, Antoine Conte, Mamadou Sakho, Ilan Boccara 24.5m: Genoa - Richmond Boakye, Isaac Cofie, Stephan El Shaarawy, Dejan Lazareviæ, Stefano Sturaro?
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