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New data reveals Manchester City have FIVE players worth over €100 million



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The latest figures and analysis into Manchester City’s squad has indicated that Pep Guardiola has five players worth over €100 million in transfer market value.

Data emerges as Manchester City find themselves in the midst of yet another exemplary campaign off the back of their historic achievements of the 2023 calendar year that saw the club claim five trophies.

Pep Guardiola and his players claimed a Treble success at the end of the 2022/23 season only ever achieved by Manchester United in 1999, as Manchester City followed their Premier League title triumph with an FA Cup and UEFA Champions League win in the space of 10 days.

Following on from their remarkable achievements, the transfer values of Manchester City’s players have seemingly skyrocketed, should any ambitious sides elsewhere in Europe be seeking remarkable raids on Guardiola’s squad.

According to the latest analysis and date provided by CIES Football Observatory, Erling Haaland is Manchester City’s most valuable player when it comes to transfer market value, with a valuation of €250 million.

Phil Foden is the only other player to have a valuation north of €200 million, with the England international and Manchester City academy graduate valued at exactly that sum of money, despite the 23-year-old destined to remain at the Etihad Stadium for life.

World Cup winner with Argentina and signed from River Plate in a £14 million agreement, Julian Alvarez is said to hold a €150 million valuation, while defensive midfield star Rodrigo and Jeremy Doku are both worth €100 million.

It remains highly unlikely that Manchester City would entertain conversations over potential transfers for any of the aforementioned five players, although Erling Haaland continues to command interest from within Europe as his stock rises with each passing season.

Manchester City’s UEFA Champions League quarter-final opponents Real Madrid are understood to be huge admirers of the Norwegian forward, and are expected to pursue his signature at some stage in his career.