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Premier League: 10 most valuable players ranked

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Over the years, the Premier League has been the home to several greats of the game, and the tradition of having some of the world’s best players have only seen an upward surge in recent times.

To many, the Premier League still holds the tag of the best league in the world due to its highly competitive nature.

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Unlike other top-notch European leagues, the Premier League sees good players distributed uniformly throughout the division, and as a result, even the mid-table clubs are blessed with having some world-class talents in their ranks.

With time, a player’s value is bound to fluctuate due to various reasons, including his form, his age, the current situation of the transfer markets, and so on and so forth.

In this article, we have ranked the top ten most valuable Premier League players at this moment.

#10 Bernardo Silva (Manchester City, €80m)

One of Pep Guardiola’s most trusted players, Manchester City midfielder Bernardo Silva has a potential market value of €80 million at this moment.

Since his arrival at the Etihad back in August 2017, Silva has taken his game to a whole new level.


In 147 appearances for the club so far, the Portuguese international has scored 29 goals and provided 35 assists, winning two Premier League titles in the process.

Silva was also nominated as one amongst the 30 candidates for the Ballon d’Or last year after helping Manchester City to the historic domestic treble.

#9 Leroy Sane (Manchester City, €80m)

In at number nine is David Silva’s team-mate, Leroy Sane, who has been hugely linked with a move away from Manchester lately.

Regarded by many as one of the best young players at this moment, Sane has come a long way since his Schalke days.


Despite missing a huge chunk of this season due to a cruciate ligament injury, Sane’s market value has only witnessed an upward movement and currently stands at €80 million.

However, with just a year remaining on his present contract with the Citizens, it seems likely that Bayern Munich, his suitors, could get him on board for less.

#8 Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool, €80m)

Arguably the best centre-back in the world at this moment, Virgil van Dijk occupies the eighth spot on the list with a potential market value of €80 million.

The 28-year-old defender has settled in nicely at Liverpool and helped the Reds to their sixth European crown last season.


Since his arrival from Southampton in January 2017, the right-footed Dutch international has played a huge role in transforming Liverpool’s defensive structure, helping the club to achieve newer heights.

Van Dijk also helped Liverpool to their first-ever Premier League title.

#7 N’Golo Kante (Chelsea, €80m)

After guiding Leicester City to an unlikely Premier League triumph in 2015-16, N’Golo Kante signed for Chelsea for a reported fee of £32 million the following summer.

Since then, the French international has been one of the constants for the Blues, appearing in more than 160 appearances across all competitions.


Kante’s possible transfer value of €80 million has earned him the seventh spot in the list of top ten most valuable Premier League players at this moment.

#6 Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool, €99m)

In at number six is Liverpool’s sensational right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold, who has redefined the role of a full-back with his outrageous passing and crossing.

Arguably, the 21-year-old is currently the most valued defender across the globe with a potential market value of €99 million.


Since making his debut for Liverpool in the 2016-17 season, Alexander-Arnold has appeared in more than 120 matches across all competitions, helping the Reds to become one of the most feared teams in the process.

Along with a Ballon d’Or nomination in the 2019-20 season, Alexander-Arnold was also named in the 2019-20 UEFA Team of the Year.

#5 Harry Kane (Tottenham, €120m)

England number nine and Tottenham’s blue-eyed-boy Harry Kane is occupying the fifth spot in the list with an expected transfer value of €120 million.

The 26-year-old striker has performed exceptionally well for Spurs over the years and has been linked with several European heavyweights in the past.


Since graduating from the Tottenham youth academy, Kane has appeared in more than 270 matches for the north London giants, winning several personal accolades in the process.

The Spurs superstar has also been the recipient of two-Premier League Golden Boot awards for the 2015-16 and the 2016-17 seasons.

#4 Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City, €120m)

Manchester City’s creator-in-chief, and probably the best play-making midfielder in the world at this moment, Kevin De Bruyne has a potential market value of €120 million.

The Belgian superstar has torn apart Premier League defenses this campaign and is currently leading the assist providers’ chart with 16 to his name.


The 28-year-old midfielder has been a huge success for the Citizens since his arrival back in 2015.

In his illustrious Manchester City career so far, De Bruyne has appeared in more than 200 games for the Citizens, winning the inaugural Premier League Playmaker of the Season award back in the 2017-18 season.

#3 Sadio Mane (Liverpool, €120m)

In at number three is none other than Liverpool’s Senegalese superstar, Sadio Mane, who has turned out to be one of the Reds’ best-ever recruits in recent years.

Mane arrived at Anfield on the back of a terrific season with Southampton back in the 2016-17 season in a reported transfer fee of £34 million.


The 28-year-old versatile attacker, who has formed a devastating attacking trio with Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino, helped the Merseyside giants to the Champions League, the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup last year.

The Senegal international has an expected market value of €120 million at this moment, and Real Madrid have time and again linked with making a move for him.

#2 Mohamed Salahohamad Salah (Liverpool, €120m)

Liverpool’s Egyptian king Mohamed Salah occupies the second spot in the list with a market value of €120 million.

The left-footed winger has taken the Premier League by storm since his arrival on Merseyside back in 2017 from AS Roma.


The two-time Premier League Golden Boot winner had a huge role to play in resurrecting Liverpool’s image as one of the world’s best teams.

In only 145 appearances for the club, The 28-year-old attacker has already found the back of the net on 92 occasions, breaking numerous records in the process.

#1 Raheem Sterling (Manchester City, €128m)

Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling is the most valued Premier League player at this moment with a potential market value of €128 million.

The former Liverpool superstar’s market value has increased by leaps and bounds since Pep Guardiola took charge of Manchester City.


Known for his pace and dribbling abilities, the English international has maximized his potential to establish himself amongst one of the world’s very best in Manchester City colours.

Sterling, still at 25, is yet to hit his prime, and no wonder, several other European heavyweights have already knocked on the door of Manchester City to lure the versatile attacker away from Etihad.

Players’ value courtesy: Transfermarkt.co.uk

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