Not affected by the epidemic! The world’s ten most valuable players have soared, and the four Bundesliga in the Premier League have increased significantly

Submitted by on Ene 8, 2021

2020 will also have a huge impact on global football, because the investor’s economy is affected, many clubs require their players to lower their salaries, and the value of many players plummets. In this context, there are also many players whose worth has skyrocketed. Let’s take a look at which players have increased their worth this year.

According to Transfermarkt data, since January 1, 2020, Harland and Davis from the Bundesliga have seen the biggest gains. Both are worth 49.5 million pounds more than the beginning of the year. The 20-year-old Dortmund striker Harland’s worth doubled last year, an increase of 122.2%, and is currently worth £90 million. Bayern Munich’s Davis is now worth 72 million pounds, an increase of more than 200% from today.

Barcelona’s 18-year-old Anzu-Fati has doubled his worth, and the market is now at £72 million.

Four of the top ten are from the Premier League. Two Manchester United players, 26-year-old Bruno Fernandez and 19-year-old Merlin Greenwood, both gained 27 million pounds. Fernandez is now worth 81 million pounds and Greenwood is worth 45 million pounds.

Manchester City’s 20-year-old Phil Foden and Dortmund’s Renner both gained 27 million pounds, and Foden’s value is now 54 million pounds.

Arsenal’s 19-year-old goalkeeper Saka’s worth rose 200% to 36 million pounds and ranked eighth. The 21-year-old Leverkusen player Tapsoba’s worth soared by 566.7%, from 4 million to the current 27 million pounds. Seville Ocampos doubled in value, increasing from 2250 to 45 million pounds and ranking tenth. In terms of percentages, Dortmund’s midfielder Bellingham has the largest increase. The 17-year-old England star’s net worth has increased from 2.3 million to 24.3 million pounds and is currently ranked 15th on the list.

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