The top 100 most expensive footballers in the Premier League right now

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When it comes to global popularity, no league in world football beats the English Premier League.

Millions of football fans across the world tune in every week to see their favourite teams and players in action.

As a result of its success, the Premier League is also the most lucrative domestic league on the planet - and most of the players who compete in it are paid staggering amounts of money.

The players are also worth fortunes, too. Every year the price of Premier League players increases.

But which players are the most expensive based on their current market value? With the help of Transfermarkt.com, we’re about to tell you…

100. Ricardo Pereira | Leicester City

Market value: £27 million

Scraping into the top 100, it’s Leicester City’s Portuguese full-back Ricardo Pereira.

99. Phil Foden | Man City

Market value: £27 million

“Phil is the most, most, most talented player I have ever seen in my career as a manager.” The words of Pep Guardiola, no less.

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98. Eric Dier | Tottenham

Market value: £27 million

A solid if unspectacular England international.

97. Bernd Leno | Arsenal

Market value: £27 million

Joined Arsenal in a deal worth £22.5 million from Bayer Leverkusen in the summer.

96. Lucas Digne | Everton

Market value: £27 million

A fine left-back who previously played for Barcelona.

95. Michael Keane | Everton

Market value: £27 million

Signed for Everton for £25 million in 2017.

94. Luke Shaw | Man Utd

Market value: £27 million

Joined United from Southampton for £30 million in 2014 but has failed to fulfil his potential so far.

93. Ruben Loftus-Cheek | Chelsea

Market value: £27 million

He’s 23 now and beginning to establish himself as a first-teamer at Chelsea.

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92. Ross Barkley | Chelsea

Market value: £27 million

The former Everton midfielder has kicked on since joining Chelsea in 2018.

91. Ismaïla Sarr | Watford

Market value: £27 million

A £30 million summer signing from Rennes.

90. David Brooks | Bournemouth

Market value: £27 million

The 22-year-old Wales international continues to impress at Bournemouth.

89. Ryan Fraser | Bournemouth

Market value: £27 million

Scored seven goals and registered 14 assists in the Premier League during the 2018/19 campaign.

88. Tammy Abraham | Chelsea

Market value: £28.8 million

Abraham has scored seven goals in five league appearances this season and is now Chelsea’s first-choice striker.

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87. Alex Iwobi | Everton

Market value: £28.8 million

Inconsistent winger who left Arsenal for Everton in the summer.

86. Marcos Alonso | Chelsea

Market value: £28.8 million

Attack-minded left-back who won the league with Chelsea in 2016/17.

85. Ben Chilwell | Leicester City

Market value: £31.5 million

The 22-year-old must be on the radar of the Premier League’s biggest clubs.

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84. Callum Hudson-Odoi | Chelsea

Market value: £31.5 million

Just 18 years old, Hudson-Odoi signed a new long-term contract with Chelsea this week.

83. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain | Liverpool

Market value: £31.5 million

Back in action after missing most of last season through injury.

82. Jordan Henderson | Liverpool

Market value: £31.5 million

Liverpool’s captain and a midfielder who’s proved all of his critics wrong in recent seasons.

81. Mason Mount | Chelsea

Market value: £31.5 million

The 20-year-old has enjoyed a fantastic start to the season with Chelsea.

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80. Raul Jimenez | Wolves

Market value: £31.5 million

Clinical striker who has scored 25 goals in 56 games for Wolves.

79. Joe Gomez | Liverpool

Market value: £31.5 million

The 22-year-old defender joined Liverpool from Charlton in 2015.

78. Ryan Sessegnon | Tottenham

Market value: £31.5 million

Joined Spurs in the summer and doesn’t turn 20 until next May.

77. Joelinton | Newcastle

Market value: £31.5 million

Newcastle fans love a powerful No. 9 and Brazilian striker Joelinton ticks all the boxes.

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76. Cesar Azpilicueta | Chelsea

Market value: £31.5 million

One of the most consistent Premier League full-backs of the past 10 years.

75. Diogo Jota | Wolves

Market value: £31.5 million

Scored nine goals in his debut Premier League campaign with Wolves.

74. Victor Lindelof | Man Utd

Market value: £31.5 million

The Swedish centre-back has been rewarded for his performances with a new long-term contract.

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73. Willian | Chelsea

Market value: £31.5 million

The Brazilian winger has scored 52 goals in 297 games for Chelsea.

72. Issa Diop | West Ham

Market value: £31.5 million

Diop joined West Ham from Toulouse in a deal worth £22 million in 2018.

71. Wilfred Ndidi | Leicester City

Market value: £31.5 million

The Nigerian midfielder has become a key player for the Foxes since his arrival from Genk in 2016.

70. Nathan Ake | Bournemouth

Market value: £31.5 million

Left Chelsea for Bournemouth in 2017 in search of regular first-team football and hasn’t looked back.

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69. Mateo Kovacic | Chelsea

Market value: £31.5 million

Joined Chelsea permanently from Real Madrid in the summer following a season-long loan spell.

68. Joel Matip | Liverpool

Market value: £31.5 million

The Liverpool defender joined the Reds on a free transfer in 2016 and is currently valued at over £30 million.

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67. Andreas Christensen | Chelsea

Market value: £31.5 million

The 23-year-old defender has made 78 appearances for Chelsea since 2014.

66. Benjamin Mendy | Man City

Market value: £31.5 million

Social media legend who, when fit, is also a first-class left-back.

65. Gylfi Sigurdsson | Everton

Market value: £31.5 million

One of the best dead-ball specialists in England’s top flight.

64. Moise Kean | Everton

Market value: £36 million

Left Juventus for Everton in the summer but is still looking to find his feet in the Premier League.

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63. Jesse Lingard | Man Utd

Market value: £36 million

Lingard divides opinion but he’s been a good squad player for United in recent seasons.

62. Lucas Moura | Tottenham

Market value: £36 million

Responsible for one of the best nights in Tottenham’s history away at Ajax last season.

61. Aaron Wan-Bissaka | Man Utd

Market value: £36 million

The 21-year-old has the potential to be United’s first-choice right-back for the next 10 years.

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60. Jordan Pickford | Everton

Market value: £36 million

Decent goalkeeper who shone for England at the 2018 World Cup finals.

59. Hector Bellerin | Arsenal

Market value: £36 million

Bellerin is a top right-back but has missed a lot of football in recent months due to a serious injury.

58. Toby Alderweireld | Tottenham

Market value: £36 million

Alderweireld has performed excellent in defence for Spurs since joining the club from Atletico Madrid in 2015.

57. Harry Winks | Tottenham

Market value: £36 million

Classy midfielder who has recently established himself as a starter for both club and country.

56. Granit Xhaka | Arsenal

Market value: £36 million

This price tag will raise a few eyebrows.

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55. Sebastien Haller | West Ham

Market value: £40.5 million

Haller has hit the ground running since joining West Ham in the summer, scoring three goals in four appearances.

54. Felipe Anderson | West Ham

Market value: £40.5 million

Dangerous winger who arrived from Lazio in 2018.

53. Matteo Guendouzi | Arsenal

Market value: £40.5 million

Arsenal’s 20-year-old French midfielder is already valued at over £40 million.

52. James Maddison | Leicester City

Market value: £40.5 million

Quality midfielder who Man Utd reportedly want to sign next summer.

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51. Dani Ceballos | Arsenal

Market value: £40.5 million

On loan from Real Madrid and capable of magic.

50. Youri Tielemans | Leicester City

Market value: £40.5 million

Football Manager legend who joined Leicester in a permanent deal from AS Monaco in the summer.

49. Ruben Neves | Wolves

Market value: £45 million

A class act who could - and probably should - be playing for an even bigger club.

48. Antonio Rudiger | Chelsea

Market value: £45 million

The German defender has now been with Chelsea for two years following his 2017 move from AS Roma.

47. Kyle Walker | Man City

Market value: £45 million

The 29-year-old is still one of the Premier League’s best right-backs.

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46. Naby Keita | Liverpool

Market value: £45 million

We’re yet to see the best of the tenacious midfielder in England but Jurgen Klopp loves him.

45. Georginio Wijnaldum | Liverpool

Market value: £45 million

The Dutch midfielder has more than justified his £23 million price tag after joining the Reds from Newcastle United in 2016.

44. Declan Rice | West Ham

Market value: £45 million

Rice, 20, has a huge future ahead of him.

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43. Ilkay Gundogan | Man City

Market value: £45 million

Technically gifted midfielder who joined City from Borussia Dortmund in 2016.

42. Giovani Lo Celso | Tottenham

Market value: £45 million

A gifted attacking midfielder who could make a real impact at Tottenham this season following his loan move from Real Betis.

41. Fabinho | Liverpool

Market value: £45 million

Won the Champions League in his first season with Liverpool.

40. Richarlison | Everton

Market value: £45 million

Still only 22 years old, Richarlison has bags of potential and could end up at one of Europe’s top clubs in the not-too-distant future.

39. Wilfried Zaha | Crystal Palace

Market value: £49.5 million

Crystal Palace wanted £80 million for the Ivory Coast winger, but he’s valued at slightly under £50 million by Transfermarkt.

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38. Joao Cancelo | Man City

Market value: £49.5 million

The Portugal international has a big role to play in his debut season with Man City.

37. Davinson Sanchez | Tottenham

Market value: £49.5 million

The Colombian defender joined Spurs from Ajax in 2017.

36. Lucas Torreira | Arsenal

Market value: £49.5 million

Tenacious Uruguayan midfielder who always gives his all.

35. Kepa Arrizabalaga | Chelsea

Market value: £54 million

Became the most expensive goalkeeper of all time after completing his £71 million move from Athletic Bilbao in 2018.

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34. Christian Pulisic | Chelsea

Market value: £54 million

The 21-year-old American completed a big-money move to Chelsea from Borussia Dortmund in the summer but will need time to adapt.

33. John Stones | Man City

Market value: £54 million

Ball-playing central defender who is perfect for the style of football Pep Guardiola plays.

32. Andrew Robertson | Liverpool

Market value: £54 million

Arguably the best left-back in the world right now.

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31. Riyad Mahrez | Man City

Market value: £54 million

Skillful attacking winger who has now won Premier League titles with Leicester and Man City.

30. Anthony Martial | Man Utd

Market value: £54 million

The Frenchman has scored 50 goals in 177 games for United and has struggled with inconsistency.

29. Jorginho | Chelsea

Market value: £58.5 million

Brought to Chelsea by his biggest fan, Maurizio Sarri, and now playing under Frank Lampard.

28. Tanguy Ndombele | Tottenham

Market value: £58.5 million

Joined Tottenham in a deal worth an initial £55 million in the summer.

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27. David de Gea | Man Utd

Market value: £58.5 million

One of the world’s best goalkeepers, although too many poor performances in the past 12 months have decreased his market value.

26. Sergio Aguero | Man City

Market value: £58.5 million

Prolific striker who has scored 237 goals in 343 games for City.

25. Harry Maguire | Man Utd

Market value: £63 million

Signed for £80 million in the summer, Transfermarkt value the England defender at closer to £60 million.

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24. Ederson | Man City

Market value: £63 million

One of the best goalkeepers in the world with the ball at his feet.

23. Alexandre Lacazette | Arsenal

Market value: £63 million

The Frenchman has scored 29 goals in 70 Premier League appearances for Arsenal.

22. Gabriel Jesus | Man City

Market value: £63 million

Exciting young striker who tends to score when he plays.

21. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang | Arsenal

Market value: £63 million

A lethal finisher, Aubameyang has hit the back of the net 47 times in 71 games for Arsenal.

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20. Nicolas Pepe | Arsenal

Market value: £67.5 million

Finding his feet at Arsenal following his record-breaking £72 million move from Lille.

19. Aymeric Laporte | Man City

Market value: £67.5 million

The centre-back has become City’s key defender but is currently out with a serious injury.

18. Trent Alexander-Arnold | Liverpool

Market value: £72 million

The 20-year-old is already close to becoming the world’s best right-back.

17. Marcus Rashford | Man Utd

Market value: £72 million

Huge talent but must score goals on a more consistent basis in order to cement his status as United’s first-choice striker.

16. Roberto Firmino | Liverpool

Market value: £72 million

Excellent player who has been magnificent for Liverpool in recent years.

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15. Alisson | Liverpool

Market value: £72 million

Replaced Loris Karius as Liverpool’s first-choice goalkeeper in the summer of 2018 and won the Champions League in his debut season at Anfield.

14. Rodri | Man City

Market value: £72 million

His value has already increased since joining City from Atletico Madrid in the summer.

13. Son Heung-min | Tottenham

Market value: £72 million

Scored 20 goals for Spurs last season and is now one of the best attacking wingers in England.

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12. Dele Alli | Tottenham

Market value: £81 million

Top midfielder who could become one of the best in Europe if he wants it enough.

11. Virgil van Dijk | Liverpool

Market value: £90 million

The world’s best centre-back and favourite to win the 2019 Ballon d’Or.

10. Paul Pogba | Man Utd

Market value: £90 million

So talented but so inconsistent. Europe’s top clubs would still love to sign him.

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9. Leroy Sane | Man City

Market value: £90 million

Brilliant winger who came close to joining Bayern Munich in the summer.

8. Christian Eriksen | Tottenham

Market value: £90 million

That market value will decrease fairly rapidly unless he rediscovers his desire to play for Spurs.

7. N’Golo Kante | Chelsea

Market value: £90 million

The best holding midfielder in world football.

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6. Bernardo Silva | Man City

Market value: £90 million

Exceptionally talented footballer who always impresses.

5. Sadio Mane | Liverpool

Market value: £108 million

Mane continues to get better and better, and is now one of Europe’s best attacking wingers.

4. Kevin De Bruyne | Man City

Market value: £117 million

A genius on his day, De Bruyne is arguably the Premier League’s best player.

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3. Raheem Sterling | Man City

Market value: £126 million

Sterling is now scoring goals for fun and deciding matches for both club and country.

2. Harry Kane | Tottenham

Market value: £135 million

The 2018 World Cup Golden Boot winner is the best out-and-out striker in the Premier League.

1. Mohamed Salah | Liverpool

Market value: £135 million

Liverpool signed him for £36 million in 2017. Just over two years later and he’s now worth £100 million more.

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