10 players who have decreased the most in value since last summer: Mane, Pogba…

While plenty of footballers have skyrocketed in value over the past 12 months, players from Liverpool, Juventus and Manchester United have seen their market value tank this year.

Some players have fallen victim to injury, while others have had a dramatic loss in form. Other factors such as age and length of contract also determine a player’s transfer value.

Using data from Transfermarkt, we have collected the top 10 players who have decreased the most in value since July last year.

=7. Federico Chiesa (-£21million)

The Italian winger had the world at his fingertips at one point, but an injury-hit 2022-23 campaign has stumped his progress. His market value has dwindled by £21million as he is now deemed to be worth around £34million.

The likes of Liverpool and Newcastle have been linked with the Juventus man and might be tempted to take advantage of his lowered valuation.

=7. Andrew Robertson (-£21million)

Liverpool struggled to get going last season and their defence looked particularly suspect for large portions of the season. While the Scotsman did provide eight assists, it was by no means his best campaign.

With Trent Alexander-Arnold taking up a hybrid midfield/full-back role of late, Robertson’s role has also been tweaked. Although this hasn’t done much for his market value.

“We cannot have one full-back in the centre of the field and the other one constantly high up on the left side. That’s difficult,” Klopp told reporters in April.

=7. Heung-min Son (-£21million)

From Golden Boot winner to just scraping double figures, it wasn’t the best of campaigns for the South Korean. Son only scored in one of his opening 14 matches for Spurs and struggled to find his usual flow.

Towards the tail end of the year, he did slightly pick up the pace, although his market value still took quite the hit. Here’s hoping that he rekindles his goalscoring touch next year.

=7. Mohamed Salah (-£21million)

By his own lofty standards, last year we didn’t see the best of Salah, but he still notched an impressive 19 goals and 12 assists. We’ve all become accustomed to his genius that 31 goal contributions is seen as an off-year for the Egyptian forward.

=4. Youri Tielemans (-£26million)

The Belgian midfielder fell below expectations last season, like plenty of his fellow Leicester teammates. Once tipped for the very top, Tielemans struggled to turn around a sinking ship at the King Power.

Upon his contract expiring with the Foxes, he made the switch over to Aston Villa on a free transfer. We wouldn’t back against Unai Emery getting him back to his best next year.

=4. Romelu Lukaku (-£26million)

A catalogue of factors has led to Lukaku plummeting in value. Leaving Chelsea on loan under a cloud didn’t help and an injury-hit 2022-23 campaign didn’t do much for his value either.

He did chip in with 14 goals across all competitions for Inter, but that chance in the Champions League final will still be giving him sleepless nights.

=4. Jadon Sancho (-£26million)

While plenty of United players have hit new highs under Erik ten Hag, Sancho has endured another stuttering campaign. He did provide some moments of magic, but those were ultimately few and far between.

Having lost £26million in value since last summer, Ten Hag is said to be considering cashing in on the England winger this summer. Tottenham have been among the clubs interested in the 23-year-old.

3. Paul Pogba (-£28million)

Deemed to be worth a mere £13million these days, Pogba has had some rotten luck with injuries of late. He was sidelined with an injury for the majority of the season, only for him to then pull his hamstring in his first start of the year in May. Ouch.

2. Wilfred Ndidi (-£30million)

Once considered one of the best holding midfielders in the Premier League, Ndidi’s stock took quite a hit during Leicester’s relegation season.

His market value peaked at £51million back in 2021, but he is now deemed to be worth just £21million. It’s not been the greatest of years for Leicester’s prized assets.

1. Sadio Mane (-£39million)

After several superb seasons with Liverpool, things haven’t quite gone to plan for Mane in Germany. The 31-year-old struggled to establish himself as a regular starter and scored just seven league goals in total.

The grass isn’t always greener after leaving Anfield.

Bayern Munich's Sadio Mane applauds fans after the match, Champions League - Group C - Inter Milan v Bayern Munich - San Siro, Milan, Italy - September 7, 2022

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