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Most Valuable Premier League Players – Top 12

Taking into account some important factors, such as age, ability, marketability, achievements and consistency, we have made a list of most valuable Premier League players, based on monetary value.

Here is our list of 12 most valuable Premier League players. Please note that we have only given the estimated value of a player, but when a player is in demand they can get sold at a much higher price. You may be surprised at some of the names and their prices.

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12. Dele Alli (€90m)

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Englishman Dele Alli is a footballer with very promise. The Spurs midfielder in each of his first two campaigns at White Hart Lane was voted the PFA Young Player of the Year and made the PFA Team of the Year.

Over the next two-and-a-half years he made 88 official appearances for the team, scoring 24 goals. He is one of the most valuable Premier League players.

11. Virgil van Dijk (€90m)

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Van Dijk is regarded by many as the best defender in the world. Looking at his performances and stats, its very hard to argue that. The Dutchman has been rock soild for Liverpool since signing from Southampton. He will play a crucial role if Liverpool are to win the Premier League this season.

10. Bernardo Silva (€100m)

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Barnardo Silva was Manchester City’s player of the season for 2017-18. He was one of the star performers in Portugal’s UEFA Nations League triumph in 2019. The Potugese midfielder’s ball-control and dribbling is one of the best in the world.

9. Christian Eriksen (€100m)

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Danish International Christian Eriksen is one of the most under-rated players in the Premier League. One of the most valuable Premier League players, Eriksen is one of the important members for Spurs as they look to end their trophy drought this season.

8. Paul Pogba (€100m)

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Pogba’s performance for the past seasons has been a mixed bag. He has been accused of not performing upto his standard. But a player of his quality doesn’t need much of a invitation to prove his worth. We expect him to fire soon.


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7. N’Golo Kante (€100m)

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Kante is one of the best players in the world in his position. He provides the stability to a team and is not afriad of running with the ball either. He is the backbone of the Chelsea team.

6. Leroy Sane (€100m)

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Leroy Sane is undoubtedly one of the best wingers in the world. However, his value has went down by €20m compared  to last season because of him not getting enough playing time. His recent injury is also going to keep him out for a long time, which will only gonna make things worse for him.

Having said that, we all know that form is temporary and class is permanent. He expect him to make a strong comeback after recovering from injury.

5. Sadio Mane (€120m)

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Sadio Mane has made an incredible impact at the Anfield. Liverpool fans will expect him to keep his momentum going. If he can keep performing the way he has been, Liverpool’s Premier League drought could be over soon.

4. Kevin De Bruyne (€130m)

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De Bruyne is arguably the best playmaker in the world. His passing, crossing, vision and even shooting is world class. He has been one of the biggest assets of Manchester City in the recent years. His value went down a bit because of fitness issues, a fully fit campaign can take him to the top of this list.


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3. Raheem Sterling (€140m)

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Since the arrival of Pep Guardiola, Raheem Sterling has been one of the best players in the Premier League. He is scoring and assisting a lot of goals. He played a very important role in Man City’s centurion campaign in 2017-18, and in the domestic treble winning campaign of the following season.

2. Mo. Salah (€150m)

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”Egyptian King” Mohammed Salah is one of the biggest names in the English Premier League. The superstar was one of the biggest performers in Liverpool’s UCL triumph last season. His performances in the Premier League has been nothing less than astonishing.

1. Harry Kane (€150m)

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Spurs striker Harry Kane is the joint most valuable Premier League player. The Englishman has been in great form for Spurs over the past couple of seasons and his place at the top of this list is totally deserving.

Incase you are wondering, Jesus, Robertson, Son, Firmino, Rashford, Martial, Laporte, Lacazette, Silva, Aguero, Moura etc are vlaued at €80m or less. The research is carried out by transfermarkt

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