– The list, unsurprisingly, is dominated by Liverpool players, with five of them making the top 10
– Kai Havertz is the one major shock inclusion in the list owing to his current struggles in the Premier League
– Thomas Partey is currently Arsenal’s most valuable player, with the midfielder placed 36th on the charts with a value of £45m
Liverpool and Egyptian super striker Mohamed Salah has emerged top on Premier League’s most valuable players’ list.
Salah beat a number of equally talented players including Bruno Fernandes and Raheem Sterling to top the charts.
According to SunSport citing transfermarkt.com, the Egyptian forward is worth a mouthwatering £108m.
Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane, Liverpool’s Sadio Mane and Man City’s Kevin De Bruyne all tied in the top spot with a value of £108m.
The top 10 list is dominated by Liverpool players, with four of them including Mane and Trent Alexander-Arnold making the list.
City’s Sterling and Alexander-Arnold are both valued at £99m, with Spurs’ Son Heung-Min thought to be worth £81m.
Fernandes, who is the only Man United player who made the list is also valued at £81m.
Despite his struggles since his summer arrival at Chelsea, Kai Havertz is placed ninth on the list at £72.9m.
Havertz has failed to replicate his Bundesliga form in the EPL, courting criticism from his own Chelsea fans.
The youngster has just one league goal and three assists in as many appearances for the west Londoners this season.
Alisson Becker completes the top 10 list with a value of £72m, joint 10th with United’s Marcus Rashford and fellow teammate Virgil van Dijk.
Thomas Partey is currently Arsenal’s most valuable player, with the Ghanaian midfielder who is valued at £45m placed 36th on the list.
Transfermarkt.com calculates a player’s market value based on a raft of factors including age, form and ability.
Forwards are understandably more valuable than players who play in other departments.
Top 10 most valuable players in the Premier League:
1. Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) –
2. Harry Kane
3. Sadio Mane
4. Kevin De Bruyne
5. Raheem Sterling
6. Trent Alexander-Arnold
7. Bruno Fernandes
8. Heung-Min Son
9. Kai Havertz
10. Alisson Becker
10. Marcus Rashford
10. Virgil van Dijk
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Kevin de Bruyne rejected a new five-year contract at Man City that will see him earn lower than what he is presently making at the Etihad.