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Premier League Excitement: UK’s Most Valuable Players

Rugby Editorial 11th Dec, 2023   0

The Premier League’s popularity is consistently increasing, and it has a roster of the most valuable athletes in global sports.

Manchester City and Arsenal have assembled rosters filled with highly talented players, while Manchester United and Chelsea additionally spent eye-watering amounts to build super starting elevens. By utilising statistics sourced from Transfermarkt, we have examined the Premier League’s most valued players in the 2023/34 season.

Erling Haaland (Man City)

Value: £154 Million

Is there any lack of surprises in this situation? The Premier League’s Most Valuable Player is on par with Kylian Mbappe in terms of their respective transfer values and is by far the Premier League’s most expensive asset.

Accomplishing thirty-six goals and securing three trophies in your first season in the Premier League will undoubtedly have that effect.




Manchester City secured Haaland’s services in 2022 by activating the £50 million release clause specified in his Borussia Dortmund contract.

The striker had an incredible first season, scoring 36 goals in 35 Premier League matches and winning the PFA Player of the Year award. Additionally, he assisted Pep Guardiola’s team to win their first-ever Champions League trophy, another EPL championship, and the FA Cup.


Although his present valuation stands at £180 million, agent Rafaela Pimenta is of the opinion that the Norwegian international has the potential to demand a fee that sets a new world record in the future.

Bukayo Saka (Arsenal)

Value: £102 Million

It would need an exorbitant amount of money to transfer Saka from his childhood club. And appropriately so.

Saka, who emerged from Arsenal’s youth system, has flourished under Mikel Arteta’s guidance and currently ranks among the top players in the Premier League.

Having scored 14 goals and provided 11 assists in 38 league matches during the 2022/23 season, he was awarded the PFA Young Player of the Year accolade.

Arsenal’s most valuable possession is the 22-year-old player, who has lately signed a highly profitable deal that ensures his presence at the Emirates Stadium until 2027.

Money is effortlessly following this youngster, and this applies to bettors backing his efforts with free bets UK with the top bookmakers, as his goal-scoring prowess is often worth a punt whenever he’s added to the starting XI, which is more often than not.

Phil Foden (Man City)

Value: £94 Million

The 23-year-old encountered difficulties in securing a position in Pep Guardiola’s preferred starting eleven during last season. Consequently, he was excluded from the first lineup for both the FA Cup and Champions League finals. However, this hasn’t dented his value, and the 2023/24 has opened new opportunities thus far.

Foden emerged from the youth system of Manchester City and achieved consecutive victories of the PFA Young Player of the Year accolade in 2021 and 2022.

His current market worth is £94 million, but it is probable that a far higher amount would be required to acquire him from Etihad successfully.

Rodri (Man City)

Value: £85 Million

In 2019, Manchester City recognised Rodri as the ideal replacement for Fernandinho in the long run and activated the €70 million release clause in his contract with Atletico Madrid.

Initially, he encountered difficulties adjusting to Premier League football’s demands. However, he has since solidified his position as one of the most exceptional defensive midfielders on a global scale.

The 27-year-old, who got the decisive goal in the 2023 Champions League final, possesses a higher market worth compared to individuals like Bruno Guimaraes and Moises Caicedo, thus proving his defensive excellence.

Declan Rice (Arsenal)

Value: £85 Million

While Moises Caicedo recently broke the EPL transfer record for a substantial sum of £115 million, Rice, whom Arsenal acquired for 10-milly less, is widely regarded as one of the Premier League’s most valued defensive midfielders, alongside Manchester City’s credible player Rodri.

Martin Odegaard (Arsenal)

Value: £77 Million

Odegaard is on par with Rodri and Rice as one of the most highly valued midfielders in the Premier League.

No objections or complaints here. The captain of Arsenal has solidified himself among the most exceptional players in the nation.

Impressive considering his price tag at the time of purchase was a mere £30 million – it would require at least thrice that much for the Norwegian maestro to consider transferring to another club.

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