Among the ten English Premier League stars who will lose the most market value in 2023 are players from Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea.
Players can have a low market value for several reasons. Whether it is due to decreased performance, injury or increased age. This is where footballers often fluctuate in market value. From the last numbers Transfermarkt It turns out that the top 10 players in the English Premier League lost the most market value this year, so who will they be? Is it in line with what football fans believe? Let’s go follow.
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10. Mohamed Salah (-13.08 million pounds)
Although Salah was one of the prominent players in the English Premier League this season, the Egyptian international’s market value has decreased since the beginning of the year. The Liverpool striker has scored 10 goals and is contributing an average of every 74.79 minutes in the Premier League. His value will decrease as a result of Salah’s advanced age and the fact that he is under contract at home. Anfield will disappear in 2025.
9. Kalvin Phillips (- £14.83 million)
Since his move from Leeds to Manchester City, Phillips has rarely touched the ball at all. But the England international still has the trust of Gareth Southgate, with the 27-year-old midfielder’s value falling by £14.83m over the year. It appears that the striker’s best bet is to leave the federation. In January
8. Jorginho (-17.45 million pounds)
The Italian midfielder’s contract with Arsenal expires at the end of this season, although the Gunners have the option to extend it for another year, but Mikel Arteta still sees Jorginho’s benefits as incidental. But he may not be able to stay at Emirates Stadium for much longer.
7. Youri Tielemans (-17.45 million pounds)
Despite Aston Villa’s huge success under Unai Emery, Tielemans is yet to find his form at Villa Park. City joined on a free transfer in the summer and have struggled to establish himself as a leading option in the team. The 26-year-old has lost £17.45m of his value since January, and being on the bench probably won’t help him much. It’s still early days in his Aston Villa career and the early signs are not promising.
6. Son Heung-min (-17.45 million pounds)
South Korea’s attacking line The 30-year-old star is still as outstanding as ever under Angel Postecoglou, the new Tottenham manager, and is still helping to reduce the team’s problems with the loss of Harry Kane by scoring 8 goals in the Premier League this season, despite… So. Outstanding form but Tottenham captain and his value continues to decline since the beginning of the year. Its current value amounts to 43.62 million pounds, a decrease of 17.45 million pounds from the beginning of the year.
5. Raheem Sterling (-17.45 million pounds)
The 28-year-old still has not reached his peak at Chelsea, and has found some form under Mauricio. Pochettino Once again alongside Cole Palmer and Conor Gallagher, Sterling is considered one of Chelsea’s best players this season. He participated in scoring 5 goals at the beginning of last year, and the value of the former Liverpool and Manchester City player is estimated at 61.07 million pounds sterling, but this number has decreased by 17.45 million pounds sterling since then. Despite Sterling’s diminished value, on many occasions he has been a game-changer for Chelsea.
4. Wesley Fofana (-£21.81m)
The French defender has had a tough time with injuries since joining Chelsea last year, but Fofana still enjoyed his best year to date. But the 22-year-old defender’s market value dropped because he suffered an anterior cruciate ligament injury and in the 2023-24 season he was mostly a reserve.
3. Anthony (-21.81 million pounds)
Anthony’s move to Manchester United caused many fans at the time. It can be said that the edge of the line is very sharp. He is still not worth the £80m price tag for a move to Old Trafford and the form has declined. It has been made since the start of the calendar year and the Brazil international’s value has fallen to £21.81m.
2. Mark Cucurria (-23.55 million pounds)
Spanish full-back who showed impressive form against Brighton but the move to Chelsea did not go to plan, as the 25-year-old defender struggled to find his best form this season. But it turned out to be unexpected. As a result, the market value has gone in the opposite direction and fallen to £23.55m, although Mauricio Pochettino now appears to be exploiting the left-back. In coming down to finally change the game more
1. Jadon Sancho (-£24.42m)
This would come as no surprise, as Jadon Sancho was unable to do much after his move to Old Trafford before he got into an altercation with manager Erik ten Hag. Pickles, remains unable to play to this day and the former Borussia Dortmund player’s cut-rate value stands at £24.42m.
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