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How Much Prices For Most Valuable Players In The World Have Dropped

How Much Prices For Most Valuable Players In The World Have Dropped

Whenever this summer's transfer window opens it could be very different to the last few years with player values dropping massively and teams likely to have less money to spend.

Whether it's a loss of television money, a loss of gate receipts or both, football clubs are likely to have less money to spend this year.

However with the issue striking clubs across the world, it means that transfers are still likely to happen just with less money involved and that's exactly why values for players will drop.

According to CIES Observatory the fall in values could be up to 28% across the top five leagues in Europe and according to Transfermarkt those values have already started to drop.

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1. Kylian Mbappe, PSG - Value was: £180 million, Now: £162 million

2. Neymar, PSG - Was: £144 million, Now: £115.2 million

=. Raheem Sterling, Manchester City - Was: £144 million, Now: £115.2 million

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4. Mo Salah, Liverpool - Was: £135 million, Now: £108 million

=. Sadio Mane, Liverpool - Was: £135 million, Now: £108 million

=. Harry Kane, Spurs - Was: £135 million, Now: £108 million

=. Kevin de Bruyne, Manchester City - Was: £135 million, Now: £108 million

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8. Jadon Sancho, Borussia Dortmund - Was: £117 million, Now: £105.3 million

Jadon Sancho has been linked with a big money move this summer. Image: PA Images
Jadon Sancho has been linked with a big money move this summer. Image: PA Images

9. Lionel Messi, Barcelona - Was: £126 million, Now: £100.8 million

10. Trent Alexander-Arnold, Liverpool - Was: £99 million, Now: £89.1 million

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11. Antoine Griezmann, Barcelona - Was: £108 million, Now: £86.4 million

12. Joao Felix, Atletico Madrid - Was: £81 million, Now: £72.9 million

=. Kai Havertz, Bayer Leverkusen - Was: £81 million, Now: £72.9 million

=. Paul Pogba, Manchester United - Was: £90 million, Now: £72 million

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=. Virgil van Dijk, Liverpool - Was: £90 million, Now: £72 million

=. Leroy Sane, Manchester City - Was: £90 million, Now: £72 million

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=. Bernardo Silva, Manchester City - Was: £90 million, Now: £72 million

=. N'Golo Kante, Chelsea - Was: £90 million, Now: £72 million

=. Jan Oblak, Atletico Madrid - Was: £90 million, Now: £72 million

=. Eden Hazard, Real Madrid - Was: £90 million, Now: £72 million

21. Marc-Andre ter Stegen, Barcelona - Was: £81 million, Now: £64.8 million

=. Paulo Dybala, Juventus - Was: £81 million, Now: £64.8 million

=. Alisson, Liverpool - Was: £81 million, Now: £64.8 million

=. Frenkie de Jong, Barcelona - Was: £81 million, Now: £64.8 million

=. Erling Haaland, Borussia Dortmund - Was: £72 million, Now: £64.8 million

Most estimated player fees have already dropped by 20% according to the stats and transfer website but younger players have only dropped 10% because they're still very valuable in the market.

The loss in value is especially interesting for players like Jadon Sancho who had previously been expected to leave for big money in the summer.

Topics: World Football, Transfer stories, Transfer rumours, Kevin de Bruyne, Transfer news, Jadon Sancho, Sadio Mane, Kylian Mbappe, Transfer reports, Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling, European Football

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