Manchester City star Erling Haaland has unsurprisingly been named as the Premier League’s most valuable player with a price tag of £151million.
That is according to Transfermrket, with no members of Liverpool’s squad included in the top five.
Incredibly, Mohamed Salah is not even the Reds’ most valuable player, despite chipping in with 29 goals and 11 assists this season.
His value is a reported £61m, with Colombian winger Luis Diaz, who has played just 13 times in the topflight this campaign due to injury, worth £66m.
Five Citizens players are named in the top five, with Haaland – the Premier League’s record scorer for a single season – comfortably top of the pile.
Following in joint second is Haaland’s teammate Phil Foden and Arsenal winger Bukayo Saka – valued at £97m.
Foden has 15 top-flight goal contributions to his name this term, while Saka has laid on 11 assists and has scored on 13 occasions.
The duo’s England teammate Harry Kane takes third place, with the Tottenham forward enjoying yet another stunning season.
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As well as breaking Wayne Rooney’s goalscoring record for the Three Lions, he also eclipsed Jimmy Greaves to become Spurs’ top scorer.
Only Haaland has scored more than Kane in the league, but his campaign will ultimately end in disappointment with Spurs failing to end their 15-year trophy drought, while they are also in danger of finishing outside the top six.
Still, Kane’s prowess in front of goal has seen him slapped with an £80m valuation, though owner Daniel Levy is demanding potential suitors to cough up £100m.
His value is just ahead of Enzo Fernandez, who is said to be worth £75m – despite Chelsea bringing him to Stamford Bridge in a British record transfer.
The Blues paid Benfica a whopping £106.8m for Fernandez’s services earlier this year after he helped Argentina win the World Cup.
Six players have then been valued at £71m to complete the top five.
Those are Arsenal skipper Martin Odegaard, Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford, West Ham midfielder Declan Rice, and City trio Kevin De Bruyne, Rodri and Bernardo Silva.