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The top-valued players at every Premier League club have been named

Dan Hargraves

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The top-valued players at every Premier League club have been named

Every Premier League club's highest estimated valued player has been revealed according to research from the CIES Football Observatory.

The website's statistical model covers 1,229 clubs in 74 leagues across the world and the list offers an estimated value of each player as well as the percentage their value makes up of the total value of the club's other players under contract.

The bottom three is made up of Fulham striker Aleksander Mitrovic, relegated Southampton midfielder Carlos Alcaraz and Bournemouth forward Dango Ouattara. All of which are valued at over £20million which makes up 14%, 9% and 14% of the value of all their club's players respectively.

Leicester City's Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall (13%), Everton's Amadou Onana (13%), Nottingham Forest's Brennan Johnson (16%), Brentford's Bryan Mbeumo (14%) and Leeds United's Wilfried Gnonto (10%) are all estimated to have values of over £30million.

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Crystal Palace and England defender Marc Guehi is seen to be worth in excess of £40million with 21% of the Eagles' squad value. As are Aston Villa and Wolves midfielders Jacob Ramsey and Matheus Nunes who make up 13% and 11% respecitvely.

Despite Newcastle United paying a club-record £63million for striker Alexander Isak, the Swede is valued at over £50million at 14% after his 10 Premier League goals in 19 matches this term.

West Ham United midfielder Declan Rice is expected to leave east London for a significant transfer fee and, unsurprisingly, the midfielder is the Hammers' most valuable player with an estimated worth of over £60million, 15% of their squad value.

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Also seen to be worth in excess of £60million are Tottenham defender Cristian Romero (10%) and Brighton's Alexis Mac Allister (17%) with the latter expected to depart the south coast this summer.

Three of the 'big six's' most valuable players are valued at over £80million with Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes, Chelsea midfielder Enzo Fernandez and Liverpool striker Darwin Nunez making up 11%, 10% and 11% respectively.

Additionally, both Fernandez and Nunez cost their clubs eye-watering sums with the totals estimated to be around £106million and £85million respectively.

Unsurprisingly, Arsenal's most-valuable player is second in the list whilst Manchester City's is top after the duo's title race in the Premier League which looks as though City will come out on top in.

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Winger Gabriel Martinelli is seen as the Gunner's most prized asset with a value of over £100million, making up 13% of their squad value.

Not only is he the Cityzen's most valuable player but striker Erling Haaland is seen as the world's most valuable player with a estimated worth of over £200million. The Norwegian has already broken the record of most goals in a single Premier League season with his current total of 36 expected to be increased further before the end of the season.

Ale Crook from TalkSPORT branded Erling Haaland as a 'cheat code'. Credit: Alamy
Ale Crook from TalkSPORT branded Erling Haaland as a 'cheat code'. Credit: Alamy

Additionally, Pep Guardiola's side are still on course to win a treble with a spot in the FA Cup final whilst being in cruise control in the Premier League and being level with Real Madrid ahead of their Champions League semi-final second leg on Wednesday.

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The table in full:

20th) Fulham - Aleksander Mitrovic - >£20m

19th) Southampton - Carlos Alcaraz - >£20m

18th) Bournemouth - Dango Ouattara - >£20m

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17th) Leicester - Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall - >£30m

16th) Everton - Amadou Onana - >£30m

15th) Nottingham Forest - Brennan Johnson - >£30m

14th) Brentford - Bryan Mbeumo - >£30m

13th) Leeds - Wilfried Gnonto - >£30m

12th) Crystal Palace - Marc Guehi - >£40m

11th) Wolves - Matheus Nunes - >£40m

10th) Aston Villa - Jacob Ramsey - >£40m

9th) Newcastle - Alexander Isak - >£50m

8th) West Ham - Declan Rice - >£60m

7th) Tottenham - Cristian Romero - >£60m

4th) Chelsea - Enzo Fernandez - >£80m

3rd) Liverpool - Darwin Nunez - >£80m

2nd) Arsenal - Gabriel Martinelli - >£100m

1st) Manchester City - Erling Haaland - >£200m

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Premier League, Manchester City, Erling Haaland, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal

Dan Hargraves
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