Man Utd, Arsenal and Man City ace make top 10 list of most valuable youngsters


Manchester United, Arsenal and Manchester City have had multiple youngsters named in the CIES Football Observatory’s Most Valued Young Players list.

Earlier this week, the CIES (International Centre for Sports Studies) compiled and released a list of the most valuable players born after the year 2000.

An algorithm was used to decipher the most expensive Generation Z player, whose identity may come as a surprise to many.

Topping the list after being valued at a whopping £162million is Bayern Munich and Canadian sensation Alphonso Davies.

Mason Greenwood (L) and Bukayo Saka (R) have been named as two of the most valuable youngsters in world football

Unsurprisingly, Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho comes in at second place with a value of £112million.

Sancho’s England team-mates Mason Greenwood and Bukayo Saka occupy fifth and seventh spots on the list, with respective values of £104million and £84million being placed the Manchester United and Arsenal aces.

Manchester City’s Phil Foden sits at ninth spot in the list with a value of £63million, while Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi occupies 14th place with a value of £42million.

1. Simon Weaver (Harrogate Town) – 11 years, 73 days

2. Gareth Ainsworth (Wycombe) – 7 years, 313 days

3. Sean Dyche (Burnley) – 7 years, 277 days

4. John Coleman (Accrington Stanley) – 5 years, 319 days

5. Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool) – 4 years, 299 days

6. Mark Cooper (Forest Green) – 4 years, 85 days

7. Chris Wilder (Sheffield United) – 4 years, 82 days

8. Pep Guardiola (Manchester City) – 4 years, 32 days

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9. Paul Warne (Rotherham) – 3 years, 248 days

10. David Artell (Crewe) – 3 years, 207 days

Manchester United full-back Brandon Williams also features on the list, sitting in 18th place with a value of £32million

Football Observatory’s Most Valued Young Players list

Alphonso Davies – Bayern Munich – £162million

Jadon Sancho – Borussia Dormtmund – £112million

Ansu Fati – Barcelona – £110million

Erling Haaland – Borussia Dortmund – £108million

Bayern Munich’s Alphonso Davies tops the list with a vale of £162million

Mason Greenwood – Manchester United £104million

Ferran Torres – Manchester City – £95million

Bukayo Saka – Arsenal – £84million

Dejan Kulusevski – Juventus – £68million

England duo Mason Greenwood and Phil Foden also feature high on the list

Phil Foden – Manchester City – £63million

Rodrygo Goes – Real Madrid – £63million

Eduardo Camavinga – Rennes – £55million

Vinicius Junior – Real Madrid – £53million

Takesfusa Kubo – Villarreal – £43million

Callum Hudson-Odoi – Chelsea – £42million

Jude Bellingham – Borussia Dortmund – £40million

Johnathan David – Lille – £40million

Benoit Badiashile – Monaco – £36million

Brandon Williams – Manchester United – £32million

Ozan Kabak – Schalke – £31million

Pedro Neto – Wolves – £30million





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