Incredibly, there are currently 18 Manchester United kids starring in the Premier League – either with them or at rival clubs, according to bettingodds.
That’s four more than the next-best club, Chelsea, with 14.
United have eight players in their current squad who made it through the youth ranks with ten more playing elsewhere.
The only other club with eight academy products in their current senior squad are West Ham.
The Hammers sit joint-fourth in the overall standings, with 11 academy products spread across the Premier League.
Southampton (13) sit ahead of the Irons, with Arsenal level on 11 and Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham all on 10.
Leeds’ academy has churned out nine top-flight stars, with Benfica and Ajax the first foreign clubs on the list, both turning out EIGHT Premier League stars apiece.
Here are Each PL team’s most-valuable academy product
Arsenal – Bukayo Saka (£36m)
Aston Villa – Jack Grealish (£40.5m)
Brighton – Lewis Dunk (£24.3m)
Burnley – Dwight McNeil (£22.5m)
Chelsea – Mason Mount (£40.5m)
Crystal Palace – Wilfried Zaha (£45m)
Everton – Tom Davies (£14.4m)
Fulham – N/A
Leeds – Kalvin Phillips (£19.8m)
Leicester – Harvey Barnes (£25.2m)
Liverpool – Trent Alexander-Arnold (£99m)
Man City – Phil Foden (£54m)
Man Utd – Marcus Rashford (£72m)
Newcastle – Sean Longstaff (£15.75m)
Sheff Utd – Aaron Ramsdale (£14.4m)
Southampton – James Ward-Prowse (£18m)
Tottenham – Harry Kane (£108m)
West Brom – Romaine Sawyer (£2.88m)
West Ham – Declan Rice (£49.5m)
Wolves – N/A