Greenwood, Mount and Traore: Whose transfer value increased the most during PL season?

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It’s not hard to identify the best players during 2019/20 Premier League season.

Every player from Liverpool’s starting XI impressed immensely, with captain Jordan Henderson picking up the Football Writers' Association Footballer of the Year award for his performances.

Henderson will also go up against Kevin de Bruyne for the PFA Player of the Year, while the likes of Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Virgil van Dijk enjoyed brilliant seasons once again.

Then you’ve got the likes of Jamie Vardy, Danny Ings and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang who were the top three in the Golden Boot standings come the end of the season.

But there were plenty of emerging stars during the campaign and their performances saw their stock rise.

Therefore, we’ve decided to look at the 25 players whose transfer value increased the most throughout the season.

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Age obviously plays a role in their transfer valuations increasing but it’s mainly down to their performances.

Let’s take a look at whose transfer value increased the most in the Premier League with all figures coming from transfermarkt:

25 | Pedro Neto | Wolves

Market value: €11.5m

Market Value increase: +€9m (360%)

24 | Fikayo Tomori | Chelsea

Market value: €16m

Market Value increase: +€9m (128.6%)

23 | Emerson | Chelsea

Market value: €24m

Market Value increase: +€9m (60%)

22 | John McGinn | Aston Villa

Market value: €16m

Market Value increase: +€9.5m (146.2%)

21 | Sean Longstaff | Newcastle

Market value: €17.5m

Market Value increase: +€10.5m (150%)

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20 | William Saliba | Arsenal

Market value: €22.5m

Market Value increase: +€10.5m (87.5%)

19 | Daniel James | Manchester United

Market value: €22.5m

Market Value increase: +€10.5m (87.5%)

18 | Scott McTominay | Manchester United

Market value: €22.5m

Market Value increase: +€10.5m (87.5%)

17 | Adama Traore | Wolves

Market value: €25.5m

Market Value increase: +€10.5m (70%)

16 | Brandon Williams | Manchester United

Market value: €11m

Market Value increase: +€11.00m (N/A%)

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15 | Aaron Ramsdale | Bournemouth

Market value: €12.5m

Market Value increase: +€11.75m (1566.7%)

14 | Dean Henderson | Manchester United

Market value: €14.5m

Market Value increase: +€12m (480%)

13 | Max Aarons | Norwich

Market value: €20m

Market Value increase: +€12m (150%)

12 | Douglas Luiz | Aston Villa

Market value: €18m

Market Value increase: +€15.5m (620%)

11 | Reece James | Chelsea

Market value: €22.5m

Market Value increase: +€15.5m (221.4%)

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10 | Joe Willock | Arsenal

Market value: €16m

Market Value increase: +€16m (N/A%)

9 | Caglar Soyuncu | Leicester

Market value: €32m

Market Value increase: +€17m (113.3%)

8 | Tyrone Mings | Aston Villa

Market value: €22.5m

Market Value increase: +€17.5m (350%)

7 | Todd Cantwell | Norwich

Market value: €20m

Market Value increase: +€19m (1900%)

6 | Trent Alexander-Arnold | Liverpool

Market value: €99m

Market Value increase: +€19m (23.8%)

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5 | Bakayo Saka | Arsenal

Market value: €20m

Market Value increase: +€20m (N/A%)

4 | Tammy Abraham | Chelsea

Market value: €40m

Market Value increase: +€20m (100%)

3 | Gabriel Martinelli | Arsenal

Market value: €25m

Market Value increase: +€25m (N/A%)

2 | Mason Mount | Chelsea

Market value: €40.5m

Market Value increase: +€28.5m (237.5%)

1 | Mason Greenwood | Manchester United

Market value: €29m

Market Value increase: +€29m (N/A%)

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So, Mason Greenwood saw his transfer value go from, well, nothing to €29 million. The 19-year-old finished the season with 17 goals in all competitions and is now regarded as one of the hottest prospects in European football. There’s no way United would accept bids of €29 million, though!

Mason Mount’s transfer value rose by €0.5m less than Greenwood following his breakthrough campaign at Chelsea. He’s valued far higher than the Man Utd striker purely because he’s two years his senior.

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Then comes another talented 19-year-old striker in Arsenal’s Gabriel Martinelli, who is valued at €25 million after his 10 goals in 26 appearances this season.

Chelsea’s Tammy Abraham is in at No.4 with the 22-year-old making a name for himself at Stamford Bridge with 15 Premier League goals seeing him double his transfer value to €40m.

Bakayo Saka makes up the top five with the Arsenal winger now being valued at €20 million.

Elsewhere, Alexander-Arnold is now worth a crazy €99 million thanks to his performances this season while the impressive Adama Traore is valued at just €25.5m.

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