Arsenal have the youngest team in the Premier League whereas Burnley contain more 30-year-olds than any other side, as per the average age of every Premier League side which is revealed by the Sun.
Having signing a plethora of young attacking talent in the recently concluded summer transfer window, the Gunners now have the youngest squad of any team in the Premier League with an average age of 25.1 years at the time of writing.
Burnley, meanwhile, sit on the opposite end of the spectrum. With players like Ashley Barnes and Jay Rodriguez populating their squad, the Clarets have the oldest squad in the division with an average age of just under 29 years.
Surprisingly, Liverpool, who boast of their strategy of signing young attacking talent from outside and promoting youth from inside, do not even fall in the top 10 teams. Instead, the Reds currently have the 4th oldest squad in the division.
Similar is the case with the current Premier League champions. While Pep Guardiola has spent plenty of money to energize the squad which he inherited from Manuel Pellegrini, the Spaniard still holds a squad with an average age of 27.3 years.