Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, football leagues in Europe, including the Premier League, had to be halted, so the value of the players according to the assessment of has decreased compared to March.
According to the latest update of transfermarkt player valuation page, the value of 20 clubs in the Premier League has been reduced to 1.84 billion euros in the past month, from 9.71 billion euros to 7.87 billion euros, the highest in Europe. While top European leagues such as La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga and Ligue 1 only dropped from nearly 671 million euros to 1.17 billion euros.
For the first time, there has been a steady decline in the value of all players, especially top stars. Here are the top five most rated stars in the Premier League at the moment.
- Raheem Sterling – 128 million euros
Compared to the previous month, the value of Sterling has dropped significantly, from 160 million euros to 128 million euros, but he is still the most valuable player in the Premier League. The 25-year-old Englishman has played 24 matches for Man City in the Premier League this season, scoring 10 goals, with two assists.
Sterling is also the second most valued player in Europe, on par with Neymar (£ 128 million), behind only Kylian Mbappe (180 million euros).
- Harry Kane – 120 million euros
Retired from the end of December last year, but Kane’s value was only reduced by Covid-19. The 26-year-old English striker has just played 20 Premier League matches, scoring 10 goals and 2 assists. At the beginning of maturity, Kane is still the number 1 plugged striker in the Premier League.
- Kevin De Bruyne – 120 million euros
The Belgian is still playing very well in Man City’s squad, De Bruyne is this year’s number one pass with 8 goals, 17 assists in just 26 games. With regular sublimation every time he plays, De Bruyne is advancing very fast to the number 1 foot in the Premier League history.
- Mohamed Salah – 120 million euros
Moving to Liverpool in 2018, Salah quickly became one of the top Premier League strikers. For the past two consecutive seasons, the Egyptian has won the Golden Boot in the Premier League. This season, Salah continues to play impressively with 16 goals, 2 assists, making an important contribution for Liverpool to monopolize the top of the table.
- Sadio Mane – 120 million euros
Mane does not play the same technique as Salah, but he is very stable and brings high efficiency to the team. Even some English football experts consider the Senegalese player to be more important to Liverpool than Salah. This season Mane participated in The Kop’s 23 goals in the Premier League, 14 goals in 9 assists. Currently the Senegal striker is being valued as the 3rd highest value player in Europe. That also explains why Mane is in the sights of many big European teams, including Barcelona and Real Madrid.