Taking into account age, contract, position, minutes, goals, international status and team results, Mbappe is estimated to be valued at €252 million which puts him atop the list for Europe’s top-five leagues.
Unsurprisingly, forwards dominate the 100-man study but there are a few shocks housed within it, most notably Barcelona icon Lionel Messi sitting at number four with a value of €167.4m.
By position, Liverpool’s Alisson Becker is the highest valued goalkeeper at €107.5m, just slightly ahead of Brazil team-mate and City rival Ederson (€103m).
There is more representation from the recently crowned European champions with right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold the most expensive defender with the algorithm spitting out a fee of €130.2m.
In fact, the Reds are well showcased with 11 players entering the list as joining Salah in the top 10 alone is Sadio Mane (€157.8m) and Roberto Firmino (€144.2m).
Paul Pogba might not have enjoyed his finest campaign with Manchester United, yet the mercurial playmaker still tops the midfielders category with an €125.1m valuation.
Curiously, given the size and stature of the club, Real Madrid do not have representation until 19th with the newly-recruited Eden Hazard marketed at €120.7m.
However, the Belgian might be pleased to know he is a place above a former Galactico with Juventus megastar Cristiano Ronaldo valued at €118.1m.
The Portuguese does top the table for players aged over 33 while at the opposite end of the scale, the most valuable teenager is coveted Borussia Dortmund forward Jadon Sancho (€159.4m).
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