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Arsenal’s most valuable players finally revealed ahead of the summer transfer window

Arsenal has been one of the best teams in the Premier League in the past two seasons and their most valuable players have now been revealed.



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Arsenal’s most valuable players have been revealed, showcasing the significant market worth of their top talents according to CIES Football. The rankings underline the club’s wealth of talent and the strategic importance of retaining these key players as Arsenal aims to build on their successful 2023/24 season.

The Gunners finished the 2023/24 Premier League season in 2nd place with 89 points, narrowly missing out on the title to Manchester City, who ended with 91 points. This impressive performance was driven by standout contributions from several players, many of whom are now among the most valuable in the world.

Leading the list for Arsenal is Bukayo Saka, valued at €195 million, making him the sixth most valuable player globally. Saka’s remarkable season saw him score 16 goals and provide 9 assists, cementing his status as one of the brightest young talents in football.

Martin Ødegaard follows closely, ranked ninth with an estimated value of €136 million. The Arsenal captain’s creative influence was pivotal, contributing 8 goals and 10 assists. Ødegaard’s vision and leadership have been crucial in Arsenal’s resurgence under Mikel Arteta.

Gabriel Martinelli, valued at €127 million and ranked 11th globally, also had a stellar season. His dynamic play and ability to score crucial goals have made him a key asset for the team.

Kai Havertz, with a value of €116 million, ranks 16th. His versatility and goal-scoring ability added significant depth to Arsenal’s attacking options.

William Saliba and Declan Rice are valued at €105 million and €103 million, respectively, ranking 26th and 29th. Saliba’s defensive prowess and Rice’s midfield dominance were instrumental throughout the season.

Gabriel Magalhães (€81 million) and Ben White (€75 million) round out the list, ranked 61st and 72nd, respectively. Both defenders provided solidity and reliability, contributing to Arsenal’s strong defensive record.

These valuations reflect not only the individual talents of these players but also Arsenal’s strategic development under Arteta. As the club looks ahead to the next season, retaining and building around these valuable assets will be key to challenging for titles and achieving long-term success.

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