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The 25 Premier League Players Whose Transfer Value Increased Most This Season

The 25 Premier League Players Whose Transfer Value Increased Most This Season

Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood is the player whose transfer value has risen the most in this Premier League season.

The 18-year-old has been a regular feature in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side this season and contributed with 10 league goals.

It means that stats website Transfermarkt have rocketed his value up to €29 million in a single campaign.

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He is one of four English youngsters in the top five, as he is joined by Chelsea duo Mason Mount and Tammy Abraham as well as Arsenal's Bukayo Saka.

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Check out the entire top 25 below, which is based on player age as well as performance.

25. Pedro Neto (Wolves)

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Market value: €11.5 million

Market Value increase: +€9 million (360%)

24. Fikayo Tomori (Chelsea)

Market value: €16 million

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Market Value increase: +€9 million (128.6%)

23. Emerson (Chelsea)

Market value: €24 million

Market Value increase: +€9 million (60%)

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22. John McGinn (Aston Villa)

Market value: €16 million

Market Value increase: +€9.5 million (146.2%)

21. Sean Longstaff (Newcastle United)

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Market value: €17.5 million

Market Value increase: +€10.5 million (150%)

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20. William Saliba (St Etienne, on loan from Arsenal)

Market value: €22.5 million

Market Value increase: +€10.5 million (87.5%)

19. Dan James (Manchester United)

Market value: €22.5 million

Market Value increase: +€10.5 million (87.5%)

18 . Scott McTominay (Manchester United)

Market value: €22.5 million

Market Value increase: +€10.5 million (87.5%)

17. Adama Traore (Wolves)

Market value: €25.5 million

Market Value increase: +€10.5 million (70%)

16. Brandon Williams (Manchester United)

Market value: €11 million

Market Value increase: +€11.00 million (N/A%)

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15. Aaron Ramsdale (Bournemouth)

Market value: €12.5 million

Market Value increase: +€11.75 million (1566.7%)

14. Dean Henderson (Sheffield United, on loan from Manchester United)

Market value: €14.5 million

Market Value increase: +€12 million (480%)

13. Max Aarons (Norwich City)

Market value: €20 million

Market Value increase: +€12 million (150%)

12. Douglas Luiz (Aston Villa)

Market value: €18 million

Market Value increase: +€15.5 million (620%)

11. Reece James (Chelsea)

Market value: €22.5 million

Market Value increase: +€15.5 million (221.4%)

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10. Joe Willock (Arsenal)

Market value: €16 million

Market Value increase: +€16 million (N/A%)

9. Caglar Soyuncu (Leicester City)

Market value: €32 million

Market Value increase: +€17 million (113.3%)

8. Tyrone Mings (Aston Villa)

Market value: €22.5 million

Market Value increase: +€17.5 million (350%)

7. Todd Cantwell (Norwich City)

Market value: €20 million

Market Value increase: +€19 million (1900%)

6. Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool)

Market value: €99 million

Market Value increase: +€19 million (23.8%)

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5. Bukayo Saka (Arsenal)

Market value: €20 million

Market Value increase: +€20 million (N/A%)

4. Tammy Abraham (Chelsea)

Market value: €40 million

Market Value increase: +€20 million (100%)

3. Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal)

Market value: €25 million

Market Value increase: +€25 million (N/A%)

2. Mason Mount (Chelsea)

Market value: €40.5 million

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Market Value increase: +€28.5 million (237.5%)

1. Mason Greenwood (Manchester United)

Market value: €29 million

Market Value increase: +€29 million (N/A%)

Which of these players do you think have had the best season?

Let us know in the comments.

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Topics: Liverpool, Mason Mount, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Leicester City, Chelsea, Manchester United, Mason Greenwood, Dean Henderson, Premier League, Arsenal, Tammy Abraham

Daniel Marland

Daniel is a freelance journalist for SPORTbible and covers a variety of sports. He also has past experience of working at Manchester United and once locked eyes with Jose Mourinho. He lived to tell the tale.

 

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