Premier League 2020-21: Biggest market value rises including Bruno Fernandes, Diogo Jota and Phil Foden

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Despite the absence of fans inside stadiums, it’s been a thrilling start to the 2020-21 Premier League campaign.

A total of 144 goals have already been scored in the 38 matches played - an average of 3.79 per game.

We’ve seen some shocking results, including Tottenham’s 6-1 demolition of Manchester United at Old Trafford followed by Aston Villa’s extraordinary 7-2 victory over champions Aston Villa.

Everton are flying high at the top of the table with four wins from their opening four fixtures, Dominic Calvert-Lewin has turned into Cristiano Ronaldo, while both Manchester City and United are closer to the relegation zone than the top four.

Transfermarkt, meanwhile, have just updated their market values for the Premier League’s players.

Let’s take a look at the 30 players whose values have risen most since the summer…

30. Conor Coady | Wolves

New market value: €25 million (+ €7 million)

The Wolves’ captain recently scored his first international goal, against Wales, on only his second appearance for England.

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29. Lewis Dunk | Brighton

New market value: €27 million (+ €7 million)

Now in his fourth season as a Premier League player, Lewis Dunk continues to impress at the heart of Brighton’s defence.

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28. Matty Cash | Aston Villa

New market value: €30 million (+ €7.2 million)

Signed from Nottingham Forest ahead of the 2020-21 campaign, Matty Cash has started all three of Aston Villa’s Premier League fixtures so far this season.

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27. Grady Diangana | West Brom

New market value: €12 million (+ €7.5 million)

West Ham fans and players alike were extremely disappointed to see the talented Grady Diangana leave for West Brom in September.

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26. Reece James | Chelsea

New market value: €30 million (+ €7.5 million)

The 20-year-old right-back has impressed this season, providing an assist and scoring an excellent goal in Chelsea’s opening league fixture against Brighton.

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25. Michael Keane | Everton

New market value: €28 million (+ €8 million)

Everton are currently top of the league and defender Michael Keane has played in every minute of the Toffees’ four league games so far this season, scoring one goal in the process.

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24. James Tarkowski | Burnley

New market value: €28 million (+ €8 million)

Linked with a move away from Turf Moor in the summer, defender James Tarkowski remains a Burnley player for the time being.

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23. Gabriel | Arsenal

New market value: €28 million (+ €8 million)

Signed from Lille in the summer, Gabriel scored for Arsenal on his Premier League debut against Fulham.

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22. Richarlison | Everton

New market value: €60 million (+ €8 million)

Calvert-Lewin may have taken most of the headlines at Goodison Park in recent weeks, but the brilliant Richarlison has scored one goal and registered three assists.

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21. Alisson | Liverpool

New market value: €80 million (+ €8 million)

The best goalkeeper in the Premier League right now? Every Liverpool fan would certainly say so.

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20. Eberechi Eze | Crystal Palace

New market value: €18 million (+ €9 million)

He’s seeking his first Premier League goal but Eberechi Eze’s market value has still increased by €9 million since the summer.

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19. Ben Godfrey | Everton

New market value: €25 million (+ €9 million)

The England Under-21 international sealed a move to Everton from Norwich City on transfer deadline day.

18. Ben White | Brighton

New market value: €15 million (+ €9.6 million)

Ben White is now back at Brighton after spending last season on loan at Leeds.

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17. Rhian Brewster | Sheffield United

New market value: €15 million (+ €9.6 million)

Signed by Sheffield United from Liverpool earlier this month, the 20-year-old will be hoping to hit the ground running by scoring plenty of goals for the Blades.

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16. Tariq Lamptey | Brighton

New market value: €18 million (+ €10 million)

Tariq Lamptey has impressed since joining Brighton from Chelsea back in January. Did the Blues make a mistake letting him go?

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15. Kalvin Phillips | Leeds United

New market value: €22 million (+ €10 million)

Handed a surprise call-up to the England senior side by Gareth Southgate in August, Leeds midfielder Kalvin Phillips has caught the eye during his first few appearances in the Premier League.

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14. Thomas Partey | Arsenal

New market value: €50 million (+ €10 million)

Arsenal fans can’t wait to see the Ghanaian midfielder make his debut following his deadline-day move from Atletico Madrid.

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13. Ben Chilwell | Chelsea

New market value: €50 million (+ €10 million)

Former Leicester City left-back Ben Chilwell scored one goal, assisted another and was named Man of the Match on his Chelsea league debut against Crystal Palace.

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12. Bruno Fernandes | Manchester United

New market value: €80 million (+ €10 million)

Bruno Fernandes has already scored two penalties for Man Utd this season. The way things are going, the Portuguese midfielder could be into double figures by Christmas.

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11. Son Heung-min | Tottenham

New market value: €75 million (+ €11 million)

One of the Premier League’s best forwards, Son Heung-min has already scored six league goals (four against Southampton and two against Man Utd) this term.

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10. Andrew Robertson | Liverpool

New market value: €75 million (+ €11 million)

Liverpool’s first-choice left-back has taken his market value to the €75 million mark since the summer.

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9. Diogo Jota | Liverpool

New market value: €40 million (+ €12 million)

Signed from Wolves, Diogo Jota netted his first Liverpool goal in a 3-1 win over Arsenal.

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8. Nathan Ake | Manchester City

New market value: €40 million (+ €12 million)

Signed from Bournemouth in the summer, Man City boss Pep Guardiola will be praying Nathan Ake can help to solve his side’s defensive frailties.

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7. Wesley Fofana | Leicester City

New market value: €22.5 million (+ €12.5 million)

Only 19 years old, Wesley Fofana signed a five-year deal with Leicester after leaving Saint-Etienne this month.

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6. Edouard Mendy | Chelsea

New market value: €20 million (+ €13 million)

Frank Lampard wanted a new goalkeeper to replace the unconvincing Kepa Arrizabalaga and eventually settled for Senegal international Edouard Mendy.

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5. Fabio Silva | Wolves

New market value: €25 million (+ €13 million)

A Football Manager legend, by all accounts, 18-year-old Fabio Silva will be hoping to score his first goals for Wolves after the international break.

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4. Ruben Dias | Manchester City

New market value: €50 million (+ €15 million)

Ruben Dias has also been brought to Man City by Guardiola to improve his side’s suspect defence.

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3. Dominic Calvert-Lewin | Everton

New market value: €40 million (+ €16 million)

It’s been a magnificent start to the season for Calvert-Lewin, who has netted 10 goals in all competitions for club and country.

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2. Ollie Watkins | Aston Villa

New market value: €30 million (+ €18 million)

Ollie Watkins became the first player to score a Premier League hat-trick against Liverpool since Dimitar Berbatov in 2010 with his treble in Aston Villa’s remarkable 7-2 victory over Jurgen Klopp’s side.

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1. Phil Foden | Manchester City

New market value: €60 million (+ €20 million)

But the player who has seen their value rise most since the summer is Man City’s gifted midfielder Phil Foden.

The England international is finally playing regularly for City after waiting patiently for a run in the first team over the past couple of years.

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