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Jul 19, 2022

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Premier League market values: Díaz closes in on Mané – Lukaku drops €43m below Chelsea feeliverpool chelsea

After the Bundesliga, LaLiga, Serie A, and Ligue 1, Transfermarkt has also updated all market values in Europe’s fifth top league, the Premier League, after the end of the season. As such, the number of footballers with a market value of €100 million or more dropped from five to three worldwide. The biggest winner among the players is Liverpool’s January signingLuis Díaz, whileChelsea and record signingRomelu Lukaku again loses value. In addition to the Belgian striker, many other stars in the top flight have to accept devaluations – especially at Manchester United.

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In January, Champions League finalists and league runners-up Liverpool paid €47 million to Porto for the services of exciting winger Díaz. After his second upgrade in the Reds’ shirt, this time by €20 million, the Colombian now stands at a career-high €65 million, pushing him into the top 20 of the most valuable Premier League players.

Stats Luis Díaz L. Díaz Left Winger Liverpool FC Liverpool FC Season 21/22–
All competitions Games 26 Goals 6 Assists 5

“Although he still speaks little English, Díaz very quickly found his feet and settled in at Liverpool after his January transfer. Due to his enormous ambition, he directly became a recurring feature in Klopp’s starting eleven and was able to regularly show his pace, technique and scoring threat at a higher level,” explains Daniel Busch, Transfermarkt Area Manager UK. “Diáz has also had few problems adaprting physically and mentally. His development earns him the biggest plus of the update and could make Sadio Mané’s imminent departure a little less painful.”

Díaz, Foden & Co. – The most valuable Premier League players 30 Gabriel Jesus | Manchester City | Market Value: €50M &copyimago images

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29 Virgil van Dijk | Liverpool | Market Value: €55M &copyimago images

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28 Youri Tielemans | Leicester City | Market Value: €55M &copyimago images

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27 Fabinho | Liverpool | Market Value: €60M &copyimago images

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26 Diogo Jota | Liverpool | Market Value: €60M &copyimago images

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25 Wilfred Ndidi | Leicester City | Market Value: €60M &copyimago images

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24 Marcus Rashford | Manchester United | New Market Value: €60M &copyimago images

-€10M

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23 Reece James | Chelsea | New Market Value: €60M &copyimago images

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22 Andrew Robertson | Liverpool | Market Value: €65M &copyimago images

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21 João Cancelo | Manchester City | New Market Value: €65M &copyimago images

+€5M

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20 Luis Díaz | Liverpool | New Market Value: €65M &copyimago images

+€20M

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19 Bukayo Saka | Arsenal | Market Value: €65M &copyimago images

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18 Sadio Mané | Liverpool | New Market Value: €70M &copyimago images

-€10M

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17 Romelu Lukaku | Chelsea | Market Value: €70M &copyimago images

-€15M

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16 Raheem Sterling | Manchester City | New Market Value: €70M &copyimago images

-€15M

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15 Jack Grealish | Manchester City | New Market Value: €70M &copyimago images

-€10M

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14 Kai Havertz | Chelsea | Market Value: €70M &copyimago images

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13 Heung-min Son | Spurs | New Market Value: €75M &copyimago images

-€5M

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12 Rúben Dias | Manchester City | Market Value: €75M &copyimago images

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11 Mason Mount | Chelsea | Market Value: €75M &copyimago images

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10 Jadon Sancho | Manchester United | New Market Value: €75M &copyimago images

-€5M

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9 Bernardo Silva | Manchester City | New Market Value: €80M &copyimago images

+€5M

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8 Rodri | Manchester City | New Market Value: €80M &copyimago images

+€10M

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7 Trent Alexander-Arnold | Liverpool | Market Value: €80M &copyimago images

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6 Declan Rice | West Ham | New Market Value: €80M &copyimago images

+€5M

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5 Kevin De Bruyne | Manchester City | New Market Value: €85M &copyimago images

-€5M

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4 Bruno Fernandes | Manchester United | New Market Value: €85M &copyimago images

-€5M

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3 Mohamed Salah | Liverpool | New Market Value: €90M &copyimago images

-€10M

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2 Harry Kane | Spurs | New Market Value: €90M &copyimago images

-€10M

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1 Phil Foden | Manchester City | Market Value: €90M &copyimago images

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Devaluations of top players: Mané, Lukaku & Co. downgraded

Meanwhile, Mané, wanted by Bayern Munich, is one of a number of high-profile players receiving an age-related devaluation in England’s top division. The Africa Cup of Nations winner loses €10 million and is now worth €70 million. Teammate Mohamed Salah, now valued at €90 million, goes down by the same amount. The Egyptian drops out of the group of players with triple-digit million market values, just likeTottenham captainHarry Kane– only PSG starKylian Mbappé(market value: €180 million), City signing Erling Haaland(€150 million) and Real Madrid winger Vinicius Juniorremain at the top. After already losing €20 million in the winter, Kane now stands at €90 million as well.As a result, the two former leaders now share the top position in the Premier League market value rankings with Manchester City’s Phil Foden.

Market Value Mohamed Salah Mohamed Salah Right Winger €90.00m

Among others, Lukaku (-€15 million), who has mostly disappointed at Chelsea, and City forwardsRaheem Sterling (-€15 million) andJack Grealish (-€10 million) are also downgraded significantly. All are valued at €70 million now.

Lukaku 2nd & 6thThe most expensive signings in Premier League historyClick here for overviewHaving returned to London from Inter Milan for a record fee last summer, Lukaku failed to make the anticipated impact at the Blues and is now worth €43 million less than the €113 million paid for him ten months ago. Not taking into account the global coronavirus-related market value cut in April 2020, the Belgian is down to his lowest point since 2017, when he joined Man United from Everton. Rumours about a possible return to Inter on an initial loan deal are doing the rounds, with Chelsea unlikely to avoid a significant loss in case of a permanent transfer in the future.

Firmino, Sterling & Co. – The biggest losers of the Premier League update 16 Roberto Firmino | Liverpool | -€6m &copyimago images

New market value: €32m
Update on 15 June 2022

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15 Dele Alli | Everton | -€6m &copyimago images

New market value: €16m

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14 Kyle Walker | Man City | -€7m &copyimago images

New market value: €18m

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13 Paul Pogba | Man United | -€7m &copyimago images

New market value: €48m

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12 Timo Werner | Chelsea | -€7m &copyimago images

New market value: €35m

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11 Ilkay Gündogan | Man City | -€10m &copyimago images

New market value: €25m

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10 N’Golo Kanté | Chelsea | -€10m &copyimago images

New market value: €40m

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9 Sadio Mané | Liverpool | -€10m &copyimago images

New market value: €70m

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8 Alisson | Liverpool | -€10m &copyimago images

New market value: €50m

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7 Mohamed Salah | Liverpool | -€10m &copyimago images

New market value: €90m

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6 Harry Kane | Tottenham | -€10m &copyimago images

New market value: €90m

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5 Jack Grealish | Man City | -€10m &copyimago images

New market value: €70m

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4 Marcus Rashford | Man United | -€10m &copyimago images

New market value: €60m

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3 Raphaël Varane | Man United | -€12m &copyimago images

New market value: €48m

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2 Romelu Lukaku | Chelsea | -€15m &copyimago images

New market value: €90m

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1 Raheem Sterling | Man City | -€15m &copyimago images

New market value: €90m

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Market values: Man United downgraded – Brentford biggest winners

With the exception ofArsenal (+€12.5 million) and Tottenham (+€0.6 million), all of England’s top teams are losing squad value, with Man United leading the way, devalued by a whopping €60.7 million to €713.6 million after missing out on the Champions League spots. In the ranking of the most valuable squads in the world, the Red Devils thus fall behind Bayern Munich and Real Madrid.

Man United in top 4All Premier League clubs sorted by squad valueClick here for overview“After a very disappointing season, United are facing several devaluations at once. While attacking players such asMarcus Rashford andJadon Sancho are struggling to find their form from better times or have not yet found it in England, the defence is also under criticism after conceding 57 goals, which also does not leave the market values of Harry Maguire,Raphaël Varane and Co. untouched. A goal difference of zero is miles away from the numbers of top teams Liverpool, +68, and Manchester City, +73,” England expert Busch says.

Stats Marcus Rashford M. Rashford Left Winger Manchester United Manchester United Season 21/22–
All competitions Games 31 Goals 5 Assists 2

The biggest winners in terms of squad value after impressively securing their Premier League status for another season are Brentford, for whom it goes up by €30.6 million to €262.6 million. Among others,Bryan Mbeumo (+€6 million to €22 million) and Christian Eriksen, who is back in top form after his recovery, rising by €5 million to €20 million, are responsible for this. The Danish playmaker has recently been linked with moves to bigger clubs like United and Tottenham.

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Premier League update: Liverpool’s Konaté and City’s Rodri on the up

Besides Díaz, Liverpool’sIbrahima Konaté (+€10 million to €40 million), Newcastle’s winter signingBruno Guimarães (+€10 million to €40 million) andRodri (+€10 million to €80 million) of Manchester City also receive market value upgrades in the double-digit million range. Konaté had an impressive spell at the end of the season after overcoming injury, while Guimarães justified the €42.1 million paid to Olympique Lyon in January. Reliable as ever, Rodri was a cornerstone of City’s title-winning squad and further established himself among the best defensive midfielders in the world.

Eriksen, Díaz & Co. – The biggest winners of the Premier League update 25 Christian Eriksen | Brentford | +€5m &copyimago images

New market value: €20m
Update on 15 June 2022

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24 Antonio Rüdiger | Chelsea | +€5m &copyimago images

New market value: €40m

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23 João Cancelo | Man City | +€5m &copyimago images

New market value: €65m

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22 Bernardo Silva | Man City | +€5m &copyimago images

New market value: €80m

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21 Konstantinos Tsimikas | Liverpool | +€5m &copyimago images

New market value: €15m

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20 Declan Rice | West Ham | +€5m &copyimago images

New market value: €80m

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19 Dejan Kulusevski | Tottenham | +€5m &copyimago images

New market value: €40m

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18 Reece James | Chelsea | +€5m &copyimago images

New market value: €60m

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17 Rayan Aït-Nouri | Wolves | +€5m &copyimago images

New market value: 20 Mio. €

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16 Anthony Elanga | Man United | +€5m &copyimago images

New market value: €20m

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15 Eric Dier | Tottenham | +€6m &copyimago images

New market value: €28m

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14 Emmanuel Dennis | Watford | +€6m &copyimago images

New market value: €14m

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13 Alexis Mac Allister | Brighton & Hove | +€6m &copyimago images

New market value: €16m

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12 Eddie Nketiah | Arsenal | +€6m &copyimago images

New market value: €16m

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11 Bryan Mbeumo | Brentford | +€6m &copyimago images

New market value: €22m

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10 Jarrod Bowen | West Ham | +€7m &copyimago images

New market value: €42m

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9 James Justin | Leicester | +€8m &copyimago images

New market value: €25m

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8 Gabriel | Arsenal | +€8m &copyimago images

New market value: €38m

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7 Cristian Romero | Tottenham | +€8m &copyimago images

New market value: €48m

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6 Marc Cucurella | Brighton & Hove | +€8m &copyimago images

New market value: €28m

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5 Tyrick Mitchell | Crystal Palace | +€8m &copyimago images

New market value: €25m

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4 Rodri | Man City | +€10m &copyimago images

New market value: €80m

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3 Bruno Guimarães | Newcastle | +€10m &copyimago images

New market value: €40m

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2 Ibrahima Konaté | Liverpool | +€10m &copyimago images

New market value: €40m

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1 Luis Díaz | Liverpool | +€20m &copyimago images

New market value: €65m

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How Transfermarkt market values work

The Transfermarkt market values are calculated, taking into account various pricing models. A major factor is the Transfermarkt community, whose members discuss and evaluate player market values in detail. In general, the Transfermarkt market values are not to be equated with transfer fees.

The goal is not to predict a price but an expected value of a player in a free market. Both individual transfer modalities and situational conditions are relevant in determining market values. Examples of this are listed below. Transfermarkt does not use an algorithm (you can find the detailed market value definition here).

Premier League market values: Díaz closes in on Mané – Lukaku drops €43m below Chelsea fee