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Most valuable player at every single Championship club for next season


We now know the composition of next season’s Championship.

Promoted trio Norwich City, Watford and Brentford will be heading for the Premier League after glorious campaigns.

As for Wycombe Wanderers, Rotherham United and Sheffield Wednesday, they’ll want to quickly forget the 2020-21 season after dropping into League One.

In their places come Fulham, West Bromwich Albion, Sheffield United, Hull City, Peterborough United and Blackpool.

With the fixtures for next season due out in less than three weeks, there’s already plenty of excitement building. Additionally, the summer transfer market also opens next week and no doubt clubs will be chopping and changing their squads in anticipation of the new season.



Sheffield United’s Sander Berge has been attracting interest in the wake of the Blades’ relegation

As things stand, plenty of clubs are down to trimmed squads after announcing their retained lists.

Here, we look at the most valuable player currently contracted to all 24 second tier clubs heading into the summer. The valuations come via the respected website transfermarkt.

No doubt some of the names higher up the list will be attracting interest from elsewhere before the new season gets underway.

The likes of Sander Berge, Matheus Pereira and Adam Armstrong are already being linked with summer moves.

Most valuable player at each Championship club, in order of transfer value

André-Frank Zambo Anguissa – Fulham – £22.5m



Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa joined Fulham for £30million in 2018

Sander Berge – Sheffield United – £16.2m

David Brooks – Bournemouth – £14.4m

Adam Armstrong – Blackburn Rovers – £14.4m

Matheus Pereira – West Brom – £11.7m

Michael Olise – Reading – £10.8m

Matt Grimes – Swansea – £6.3m

Dael Fry – Middlesbrough – £6.3m

Jed Wallace – Millwall – £5.85m

Tyrese Campbell – Stoke – £5.4m

Sean Morrison and Keiffer Moore – Cardiff – £4.5m

Juninho Bacuna – Huddersfield – £4.5m

Jason Knight – Derby – £4.5m



Jason Knight played his part in helping keep Derby County in the Championship

Ivan Sunjic – Birmingham – £4.05m

Tomas Kalas – Bristol City – £4.05m

Alan Browne – Preston – £3.6m

Joe Worrall – Nottingham Forest – £3.6m

Alex Mowatt – Barnsley – £3.6m

Ilias Chair – QPR – £3.6m

Kevin Stewart – Blackpool – £2.52m

Gustavo Hamer – Coventry – £1.8m

Simon Sluga – Luton – £1.35m

George Honeyman – Hull – £720,000

Mo Eisa – Peterborough – £540,000

* Information via transfermarkt, correct at time of publication.

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