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Premier League market values: Erling Haaland dethrones Mbappé

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The market value update in the Premier League, in which all players are updated before the World Cup in Qatar, is a first. For the first time in the history of the Transfermarkt market values, which have been collected since 2004, the English league has the most valuable footballer in the world: Erling Haaland (22) has replaced Kylian Mbappé (23) (to the statistics). Faring even better than Manchester City’s Norwegians is Arsenal’s collective, who post the biggest gains in squad value, while struggling Liverpool’s 14 pros are down.

Haaland, who switched from BVB to Man City in the summer with a release clause for €60 million, increased his market value after a furious start from €150 million to €170 million, overtaking PSG’s Mbappé (€160 million) as the most valuable footballer. Only Ronaldinho Gaúcho (Barça), Lionel Messi (Barça), Cristiano Ronaldo (Real), Neymar (PSG) and Mbappé (PSG) have held this title since 2004 – now Haaland is joining them.

Haaland and Foden are the most valuable players in the Premier League

Daniel Busch, Area Manager UK, says: “If the Norwegian stays free of injuries and can even begin to maintain his form, things will go up. A rumored exit clause of 200 million euros, which can be drawn by foreign clubs in the summer of 2024, already seems too low for Man City.

There is also an upgrade of 20 million euros for Phil Foden (22), who harmonises well with Haaland and, at 110 million euros, is not only the most valuable English footballer, but also the second most valuable player in the league.

Haaland dominates, Saka third: most valuable players in the Premier League

30 Marcus Rashford | United | Market value: €55m (-5m)

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Stand: 3. November 2022

29 Andrew Robertson | Liverpool | Market value: €55m (-10m)

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28 Bruno Guimaraes | Newcastle | Marketing: 60 Mio. € (+10 Mio.)

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27 Martin Ødegaard | Arsenal | Market value: €60 million (+10 million)

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26 Jadon Sancho | United | Market value: €60m (-15m)

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25 Gabriel Martinelli | Arsenal | Market value: €60 million (+20 million)

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24 Wesley Fofana | Chelsea | Market value: €65 million

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23 Heung Min Son | Tottenham | Market value: €70m (-5m)

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22 João Cancelo | Man City | Market value: €70 million (+5 million)

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21 Jack Grealish | Man City | Market value: €70 million

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20 Raheem Sterling | Chelsea | Market value: €70 million

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19 Trent Alexander Arnold | Liverpool | Market value: €70m (-10m)

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18 Kai Havertz | Chelsea | Market value: €70 million

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17 Darwin Nunez | Liverpool | Market value: €70 million

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16 Reece James | Chelsea | Market value: €70 million (+10 million)

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15 Bruno Fernandes | United | Market value: €75m (-10m)

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14 Ruben Dias | Man City | Market value: €75 million

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13 Luis Diaz | Liverpool | Market value: €75 million

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12 Gabriel Jesus | Arsenal | Market value: €75 million (+10 million)

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11 Mason Mount | Chelsea | Market value: €75 million

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10 Antony | United | Market value: €75 million

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9 Kevin de Bruyne | Man City | Market value: €80m (-5m)

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8 Mohamed Salah | Liverpool | Marktwert: 80 Mio. € (-10 Mio.)

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7 Bernardo Silva | Man City | Market value: €80 million

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6 Rodri | Man City | Market value: €80 million

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5 Declan Rice | West Ham | Market value: €80 million

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4 Harry Kane | Tottenham | Market value: €90 million

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3 Bukayo Saka | Arsenal | Market value: €90 million (+20 million)

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2 Phil Foden | Man City | Market value: €110m (+20m)

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1 Erling Haaland | Man City | Market value: €170m (+20m)

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The third place in the league also goes to an Englishman, Bukayo Saka (21). Arsenal’s homegrown team jumps from €20m to €90m, as does attacking partner Gabriel Martinelli (+20m to €60m). Completing the Gunners trio of market value gainers is Gabriel Jesus (+10 to 75), who at 25 is a veteran on coach Mikel Arteta’s young offensive line. The league leaders increase the squad value by 83.5 million euros and rise to 749 million euros (at all Arsenal market values).

“While the young stars Saka and Martinelli acted with enormous consistency and were able to increase their productivity again, Gabriel Jesus finally has a regular place in the Premier League, which perhaps the best pressing striker in the league repays with strong performances and high scorer values,” said Busch.

Sancho biggest market value loser – minus for 14 Liverpool FC players

In terms of scoring, Jadon Sancho is still lagging behind expectations in his second season at Manchester United, so the winger, who had a maximum value of 130 million euros in BVB’s time, has his fifth minus since his transfer. The devaluation from 75 million to 60 million euros makes it the biggest loser in market value in the Premier League.


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“Antony’s arrival should take the pressure off Sancho’s shoulders. As a result, he also fell behind Marcus Rashford and Anthony Elanga in the pecking order and still doesn’t seem to be coming to terms with not having the ball on his foot as long as he did in Dortmund’s game. United simply lack full-backs like Guerreiro or Hakimi to give them the space they need. The talent that made him a star in the Bundesliga has not yet brought Sancho to the pitch in the Premier League,” said Stefan Bienkowski, Content Manager at Transfermarkt UK.

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10 Denis Zakaria | Chelsea | Market value: €20 million

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-7 Mio. €

9 Raphaël Varane | United | Market value: €40 million

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-8 Mio. €

8 Mohamed Salah | Liverpool | Marktwert: 80 Mio. €

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-10 Mio. €

7 Bruno Fernandes | United | Market value: €75 million

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-10 Mio. €

6 Trent Alexander-Arnold | Liverpool | Market value: 70 Mio. €

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-10 Mio. €

5 Andrew Robertson | Liverpool | Market value: €55 million

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-10 Mio. €

4 Wilfred Ndidi | Leicester | Market value: €40 million

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-10 Mio. €

2 N’Golo Kante | Chelsea | Market value: €30 million

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-10 Mio. €

2 Dominic Calvert-Lewin | Everton | Market value: €30 million

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-10 Mio. €

1 Jadon Sancho | United | Market value: €60 million

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-15 Mio. €

Sancho is one of twelve “Red Devils” who cannot maintain their market value. All in all, Erik ten Hag’s team has dropped by EUR 41.7 million to EUR 750.6 million in terms of squad value. The devaluation at Liverpool FC (€867 million) is even greater, with a minus of €58 million. The most notable players to have been cut are Mohamed Salah (-10 to 80), Andrew Robertson (-10 to 55), Fabinho (-5 to 55), Virgil van Dijk (-5 to 50) and Trent Alexander -Arnold (-10 to 70).

England expert Busch says of TAA: “Without an assist in the Premier League and mixed performances for a ailing Liverpool, which are also partly due to Jürgen Klopp’s risky system, Alexander-Arnold’s market value continues to fall. The England right-back is now on par with Chelsea’s Reece James, who can improve to 70m and has a good chance of overtaking TAA soon after returning from a knee injury.”

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10 Gabriel Jesus | Arsenal | Market value: €75 million

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+10 Mio. €

9 Reece James | Chelsea | Market value: €70 million

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+10 Mio. €

7 Martin Ødegaard | Arsenal | Market value: €60 million

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+10 Mio. €

7 Bruno Guimaraes | Newcastle | Marketing: 60 Mio. €

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+10 Mio. €

6 William Saliba | Arsenal | Market value: €50 million

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+10 Mio. €

5 Moisés Caicedo | Brighton | Marketing: 38 Mio. €

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+13 Mio. €

4 Erling Haaland | Man City | Market value: €170 million

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+20 Mio. €

3 Phil Foden | Man City | Market value: €110 million

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+20 Mio. €

2 Bukayo Saka | Arsenal | Market value: €90 million

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+20 Mio. €

1 Gabriel Martinelli | Arsenal | Market value: €60 million

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+20 Mio. €

The Brighton & Hove Albion players are not active in these market value regions, but four “Seagulls” professionals were able to break the 30 million mark in the course of the update: left winger Leandro Trossard (+5 to 30), midfielder Alexis Mac Allister (+7 to 32), goalkeeper Robert Sánchez (+7 to 32) and 20-year-old midfielder Moisés Caicedo (+13 to 38).

Busch says: “Despite the departures of Marc Cucurella, Ives Bissouma and coach Graham Potter, Brighton continue to play attractive football and found their way back on track with a 4-1 win against Potter’s new club Chelsea. While Spain international goalkeeper Sánchez was loosely linked to the Blues in the summer – there was talk of a £50m transfer fee – other top players such as Mac Allister, Trossard and Caicedo are also traded at top clubs. The latter in particular has enormous potential and could continue to rise after a successful World Cup with Ecuador and a good start in 2023.”

This is how the Transfermarkt market values ​​work

The Transfermarkt market values ​​are created taking into account various pricing models and a strong involvement of the Transfermarkt community, which deals with the values ​​in detailed discussions. The transfer market market values ​​are not to be equated with the transfer fees actually paid.

The goal is not to predict a price, but an expected value. When determining the market value, both individual transfer modalities and situational framework conditions are relevant to a certain extent. Examples of this are listed here. Transfermarkt does not use an algorithm (for detailed market value definition).

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