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The 21-year-old midfielder, who was recently named the PFA Young Player of the Year, has so far played 56 times for club and country during a breakthrough 2020/21 campaign, scoring 18 times in total.
As a result of his impressive form under Pep Guardiola, where he helped his boyhood club to a Premier League title win, Foden is all set to play a key role in the upcoming European Championships for England.
In fact, the Stockport-born midfielder is ahead of some of the world's best when it comes to overall transfer value.
To determine transfer values, the CIES team analyses the following criteria: age, book value, competition level. results, achievements, performance, experience, international status, contract and position.
With these criteria, they predict an estimated value of each player based on the above attributes.
In their detailed report, Foden (£164.4 million) comes out on top ahead of Manchester United duo Mason Greenwood (£153 million) and Marcus Rashford (£137 million).
Bruno Fernandes (£132 million) is another Manchester United player who features in the list while Mason Mount (£106.1 million) of Chelsea being the only other Premier League player in the top 10 highest-priced players.
In terms of the other players included, Borussia Dortmund forward Erling Haaland comes in fourth (£134 million) while Frenkie de Jong (£119 million), Pedri (£114 million), Alphonso Davies (£113 million) and Joao Felix (£110 million) complete the list.
Revealed :exclamation: @CIES_Football bi-annual list of top estimated transfer values for players in the big-:five: @PhilFoden takes the lead ahead of @masongreenwood & @MarcusRashford :flag_black::clap: Top :100: available for free :arrow_right: https://t.co/Cez3AGHOem pic.twitter.com/MZJUySxDCN- CIES Football Obs (@CIES_Football) June 7, 2021
Outside of the top 10, another England international, Jadon Sancho, just misses out with a transfer value of £103.3 million, while Ferran Torres, Kai Havertz and Trent Alexander-Arnold also feature alongside the likes of Timo Werner, Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus.
Thoughts on the above valuations? Who deserves to be higher up on the CIES list?
Let us know in the comments.
Featured Image Credit: Phil Foden/Instagram - PA
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