June 13, 2021

Top 20 Premier League transfer valuations with one Liverpool star included

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Phil Foden tops an updated list of the most valuable players in the Premier League – with three England stars leading the way and only Trent Alexander-Arnold making the cut from Liverpool.

According to the CIES Football Observatory algorithm, each of the three highest rated players in Europe are currently playing on our shores, with Erling Haaland placed in fourth at £134million.

The variables included in the statistical model include age, contract duration, international status and career progression among others – with Foden lifting another league title earlier this year.

The inclusion of Mason Mount is therefore no surprise, with the Chelsea and England midfielder set to play a key role at Euro 2020 after lifting the Champions League in May.

Phil Foden, Mason Mount and Raheem Sterling of England warm up prior to the FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar qualifying match between Albania and England at the Qemal Stafa Stadium on March 28, 2021 in Tirana, Albania.
Young English stars top the list of the 20 most valuable players in the Premier League
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With Foden topping the list at an estimated £163m, Manchester United and England forward duo Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford are next at £153m and £136m respectively.

Bruno Fernandes comes next after a stunning campaign at Old Trafford, his valuation coming in at £132m with his current contract running until 2025.

Making up the top six are the aforementioned Mount and Feran Torres at £108m and £101m respectively, rounding off the players who come in at over the £100m mark.

Should Foden be worth the most in the Premier League? Let us know in the comments section.

Mason Mount of Chelsea celebrates with the UEFA Champions League Trophy during the UEFA Champions League Final between Manchester City and Chelsea FC at Estadio do Dragao on May 29, 2021 in Porto, Portugal.
Mason Mount is a Champions League winner with Chelsea
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The top 10 includes Champions League hero Kai Havertz (£99.8m), Alexander-Arnold (£99m), Ruben Dias (£98m), Timo Werner (£92m), and Bernardo Silva (£89m).

Surprisingly, Tottenham sensation Harry Kane comes in at number 20 with a valuation of just £69m, which is beaten by Bukayo Saka (£89m), Raheem Sterling (£85m), Gabriel Jesus (£84m), Kevin de Bruyne (£75m).

As well as Rodri Hernandez (£74m), Pedro Neto (£73m), Christian Pulisic (£72m) and Scotland and United midfielder Scott McTominay (£72m), who is set to face off against Kane on June 18.

Harry Kane barely makes the list as Phil Foden tops valuations
Harry Kane barely makes the list as Phil Foden tops valuations
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With many of those mentioned in line to feature for England at Euro 2020, Foden said last month that he doesn’t envy the task of Gareth Southgate in fitting everyone in.

He said: “It’s hard to get a place. There are so many great talents in the attacking third, so I feel sorry for him a bit having to pick [an] 11.

“All I have got to keep doing is do well at my club and, hopefully, it will give me opportunities to play more games for England.”

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