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The 25 Premier League Players Whose Market Values Have Dropped The Most This Season

The 25 Premier League Players Whose Market Values Have Dropped The Most This Season

Chelsea's Kepa Arrizabalaga has seen his market value slashed the most out of any Premier League player this season.

The Spanish goalkeeper boasted a huge value of £54 million at the start of the season, but his worth has decreased by a massive £18 million to £36 million following his underwhelming performances in goal this campaign.

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He ranks ahead of Liverpool midfielder Naby Keita whose seen his value dropped by £16.2 million to £37.8 million.

Manchester United's Jesse Lingard enters the list at No.3 with a new value of £19.8 million - £16.2 million decrease from the start of the 2019/20 term.

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The list below looks at the 25 Premier League players whose market values have dropped the most this season, per Transfermarkt.

25. Juan Mata (Manchester United)

Market value at the start of the season: £18 million

Current market value: £10.8

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24. Luke Shaw (Manchester United)

Market value at the start of the season: £27 million

Current market value: £19.8 million

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23. Fred (Manchester United)

Market value at the start of the season: £27 million

Current market value: £19.8 million

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22. Michy Batshuayi (Chelsea)

Market value at the start of the season: £27 million

Current market value: £19.8 million


21. Ryan Fraser (Bournemouth)

Market value at the start of the season: £27 million

Current market value: £19.8 million


20. Shkodran Mustafi (Arsenal)

Market value at the start of the season: £22.5 million

Current market value: £13.5 million


19. Jan Vertonghen (Tottenham)

Market value at the start of the season: £25.2 million

Current market value: £16.2 million


18. Nemanja Matic (Manchester United)

Market value at the start of the season: £27 million

Current market value: £18 million


17. Joelinton (Newcastle United)

Market value at the start of the season: £31.5 million

Current market value: £22.5 million


16. Toby Alderweireld (Tottenham)

Market value at the start of the season: £36 million

Current market value: £27 million


15. Lucas Torreira (Arsenal)

Market value at the start of the season: £49.5 million

Current market value: £40.5 million

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14. Joao Cancelo (Manchester City)

Market value at the start of the season: £49.5 million

Current market value: $40.5 million


13. Alexandre Lacazette (Arsenal)

Market value at the start of the season: £63 million

Current market value: £54 million


12. Dele Alli (Tottenham)

Market value at the start of the season: £81 million

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Current market value: £72 million


11. Phil Jones (Manchester United)

Market value at the start of the season: £18 million

Current market value: £8.1 million


10. Willian (Chelsea)

Market value at the start of the season: £36 million

Current market value: £25.2 million


9. Moise Kean (Everton)

Market value at the start of the season: £36 million

Current market value: £25.2 million


8. Eric Dier (Tottenham)

Market value at the start of the season: £36 million

Current market value: £22.5 million


7. Marcos Alonso (Chelsea)

Market value at the start of the season: £36 million

Current market value: £22.5 million


6. Granit Xhaka (Arsenal)

Market value at the start of the season: £40.5 million

Current market value: £27 million


5. John Stones (Manchester City)

Market value at the start of the season: £54 million

Current market value: £40.5 million


4. David De Gea (Manchester United)

Market value at the start of the season: £58.5 million

Current market value: £45 million


3. Jesse Lingard (Manchester United)

Market value at the start of the season: £36 million

Current market value: £19.8 million


2. Naby Keita (Liverpool)

Market value at the start of the season: £54 million

Current market value: £37.8 million


1. Kepa Arrizabalaga (Chelsea)

Market value at the start of the season: £54 million

Current market value: £36 million


Topics: Manchester City, Liverpool, Football News, Chelsea, Football, Manchester United, Premier League, tottenham

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