The 25 Premier League players whose market values have decreased the most this season

The 2019/20 season has been cut short amid the coronavirus outbreak.

For some, that decision has ruined everything – Liverpool fans, we’re looking at you. 

For others though, the suspension might actually be a good thing.

This campaign hasn’t been kind to every player and some, especially in the Premier League, have really struggled. 

Earlier this month, we revealed the 50 players across Europe whose market value has decreased the most this season

Now, it’s time to concentrate on just England’s top-flight.

So, check out the list below via Transfermarkt, which shows the Premier League players whose market values have nosedived the most this season.

25: Juan Mata | Manchester United  

Market value at start of the season: £18m

Current market value: £10.8m (loss of £7.2m) 

24: Luke Shaw | Manchester United 

Market value at start of the season: £27m 

Current market value: £19.8m (loss of £7.2m) 

23: Fred | Manchester United 

Market value at start of the season: £27m

Current market value: £19.8m (loss of £7.2m)

22: Michy Batshuayi | Chelsea 

Market value at start of the season: £27m

Current market value: £19.8m (loss of £7.2m) 

21: Ryan Fraser | Bournemouth 

Market value at start of the season: £27m

Current market value: £19.8m (loss of £7.2m) 

20: Shkodran Mustafi | Arsenal

Market value at start of the season: £22.5m

Current market value: £13.5m (loss of £9m) 

19: Jan Vertonghen | Tottenham

Market value at start of the season: £25.2m

Current market value: £16.2m (loss of £9m)

18: Nemanja Matic | Manchester United

Market value at start of the season: £27m

Current market value: £18m (loss of £9m) 

17: Joelinton | Newcastle

Market value at start of the season: £31.5m

Current market value: £22.5m (loss of £9m) 

16: Toby Alderweireld | Tottenham

Market value at start of the season: £36m

Current market value: £27m (loss of £9m)

15: Lucas Torreira | Arsenal

Market value at start of the season: £49.5m

Current market value: £40.5m (loss of £9m) 

14: Joao Cancelo | Manchester City

Market value at start of the season: £49.5m

Current market value: £40.5m (loss of £9m)

13: Alexandre Lacazette | Arsenal 

Market value at start of the season: £63m

Current market value: £54m (loss of £9m)

12: Dele Alli | Tottenham

Market value at start of the season: £81m

Current market value: £72m (loss of £9m) 

11: Phil Jones | Manchester United

Market value at start of the season: £18m

Current market value: £8.1m (loss of £9.9m) 

10: Willian | Chelsea 

Market value at start of the season: £36m

Current market value: £25.2m (loss of £10.8m)

9: Moise Kean | Everton

Market value at start of the season: £36m

Current market value: £25.2m (loss of £10.8m) 

8: Eric Dier | Tottenham

Market value at start of the season: £36m

Current market value: £22.5m (loss of £13.5m)

7: Marcos Alonso | Chelsea 

Market value at start of the season: £36m

Current market value: £22.5m (loss of £13.5m) 

6: Granit Xhaka | Arsenal 

Market value at start of the season: £40.5m

Current market value: £27m (loss of £13.5m) 

5: John Stones | Manchester City 

Market value at start of the season: £54m

Current market value: £40.5m (loss of £13.5m) 

4: David de Gea | Manchester United

Market value at start of the season: £58.5m

Current market value: £45m (loss of £13.5m)

3: Jesse Lingard | Manchester United

Market value at start of the season: £36m

Current market value: £19.8m (loss of £16.2m)

2: Naby Keita | Liverpool

Market value at start of the season: £54m

Current market value: £37.8m (loss of £16.2m)

1: Kepa Arrizabalaga | Chelsea

Market value at start of the season: £54m

Current market value: £36m (loss of £18m) 

So Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa tops the list that no Premier League player will want to be on. But that’s not too surprising, given his patchy performances for Frank Lampard’s side. 

What’s even more striking, is the top – or bottom – 25 features SEVEN Man United players.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have been praised for improving drastically this campaign, so it’s surprising to see so many on this list. 

Others, like Xhaka, Alli and Kean, are hardly surprising inclusions. 

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