Premier League is the most-watched football league in the world. It features some of the world’s best footballers and managers. The players in this league are often valued in millions. In this article, we will rank the most valuable player at each Premier League club.
Here are all the 20 EPL clubs ranked according to the most valuable player at each Premier League club. The value of the players is taken from transfermarkt.com and is based on aspects like age, performance, contract, potential, ability, success, and demand.
20. West Brom – Matheus Pereira (€13m)
Brazilian midfielder Matheus Pereira joined the Baggies initially on loan in 2019, later the deal was made permanent in 2020. Pereira’s talents are so conspicuous that it is difficult to view his rise as anything but inevitable. He is West Brom’s most valuable player with a market value of €13m.
19. Sheffield United – Sander Berge (€18m)
Sheffield United secured the signing of 21-year old Norwegian international Sander Berge from Belgian champions Genk in January 2020. Having joined Genk three years prior as a replacement for the outgoing Wilfred Ndidi, Berge had emerged as a rock in the heart of midfield, earning interest from Manchester United, Napoli, and Liverpool.
=18. Burnley – James Tarkowski (€25m)
James Tarkowski has been one of the best defenders in the Premier League this season. He has been rock solid in the back for Burnley this season. His estimated market value is €25m, which is the highest in Burnley’s squad.
=18. Brighton & Hove Albion – Lewis Dunk (€25m)
Aside from a brief loan spell at Bristol City in 2013, Dunk has spent the entirety of his career at Brighton, with whom he turned professional in 2010. He became the club’s captain from the 2019–20 season. Since his Premier League debut in 2017, Dunk has scored 11 goals making him the top-scoring centre-back of the current time.
=18. Fulham – Andre-Frank Anguissa (€25m)
The Cameroonian has been a standout star for Fulham this season. He is both Fulham’s chief dribbler and tackle specialist, taking on players with the same kind of zest and zeal with which he breaks up play. There is no creator-destroyer double-pivot needed at Fulham. Anguissa’s unique blend of skills brings meets both requirements.