Liverpool and Egyptian superstar Mohamed Salah‘s transfer value has risen more than any other football player over the last six months, as indicated by a survey from the CIES Football Observatory.
The former AS Roma forward is joined by different Premier League players in the top ten. It appears as though the only thing accelerating snappier than Mo Salah right now is his fairly estimated market worth. Over the last six month, the Egyptian market value has multiplied, ascending by £66.4m.
Toward the beginning of the season, Liverpool’s summer signing was valued around £78.3m, implying that even back then Jurgen Klopp’s side had pulled off a bargain when they secure his service for an expense fee of £35m.
However now, 33 goals later, Salah is worth £144.3m, making him the man whose market value has become most out of any player in Europe’s top Leagues in the course of the last half-a-year.
The market study, which depends on CIES’ exceptional algorithms, has delivered a list of the top ten players whose market value has increased.
Europe Top Ten Transfer Value
|Player||Club||Rise In Value (Euros)||Estimated Transfer Value (Euros)|
|Mohamed Salah||Liverpool||74.7m (66.4m)||162.8m (£144.3m)|
|Ederson||Man City||74.4m (66.1m)||98.7m (£87.5m)|
|Leroy Sane||Man City||63m (£56m)||151.2m (£134m)|
|Kylian Mbappe||PSG||54.7m (£48.6m)||188.5m (£167.1m)|
|Gabriel Jesus||Man City||53.1m (£47.2m)||105.9m (£93.9m)|
|Joe Gomez||Liverpool||48.3m (£42.9m)||57.3m (£50.8m)|
|Paulinho||Barcelona||42.4m (£37.7m)||52.4m (46.5m)|
|Davinson Sanchez||Tottenham||42.2m (£37.5m)||77.6m (68.8m)|
|Sergej Milinkovic-Savic||Lazio||40.7m (£36.2m)||70.5m (62.5m)|
|Florian Thauvin||Marseille||38.4m (£34.1m)||82.3m (£73m|
The study is based on the top five Leagues in Europe and only delivers statistics on players who have not changed club or extend their contract in the last six month.
Leicester City and England centre-back Harry Maguire makes it outside the top 10, getting on the thirteenth spot with an increased market value of 35.4m euros (£31.5m) while Burnley’s Jack Cork is at 48 with an estimated ascent of 18.3m euros (£16.3m).
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