Ranking every Tottenham player by their share price on Football Index

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Tottenham are currently top of the Premier League and into the last 32 of the Europa League – and we all know what happens in years that end in one.

And if it’s a good time to be a Spurs fan, then it’s also a good time to have a monetary stake in a group of players who seem to be going from strength to strength.

And with Football Index, you can do just that.

Below, we have listed the share prices of each Tottenham player listed on the betting platform, as well as our tips on who could win you money in the months to come, but first an introduction to the football stockmarket.

You can win money in five different ways:

Capital appreciation:  This involves the players going up in price

Media Dividends: These reward players that are in the news the most

Match Day Dividends: These reward players that deliver the best on-pitch performances

Team of the Month Dividends: Football Index’s player points system constructs the best XI from a given calendar month, and if it contains your players, you win.

‘In-Play Dividends’: These reward you in the first 30 days of investing in a player if they perform well on the pitch.

More detailed information on dividends can be found here.

All the above affects how many traders want to buy a particular player and so how that player is valued on Football Index.

And here’s how Spurs’ players rank according to their current share prices on the platform, ranging from £5.06 to just £0.19.

The big three

Tottenham’s squad on Football Index, mirroring real life to an extent, is all about the BKS (Bale-Kane-Son) trident.

‘The big three’ have been hogging the limelight since they first formed in September, and with Kane and Son also in such terrific form, they understandably have the highest prices.

But of the three, we think Gareth Bale could represent the best value at just £1.29.

For a bona fide British global star, this is a pretty low barrier to entry to get him into your portfolio.

He has yet to truly fire since returning to his old club, but if he does then the adjoining Media and Matchday Dividends should really start to roll in.

And if you snap him up now, then Spurs have eight matches inside the next month, giving you ample chance of winning In-play Dividends too.

The bargains

Hugo Lloris

Come back to us in a month’s time by all means, but we think Lloris could be a prime candidate to be in Football Index’s Team of the Month for December, which would net the Frenchman the £0.05-per-share goalkeeper dividend.

Spurs might have some tough battles ahead – a trip to Liverpool springs to mind – but if the goalless draw at Chelsea showed anything, it’s that arch-pragmatist Mourinho has not changed his spots, and that Spurs are just as likely to pick up clean sheets in those games than in their nominally easier fixtures against the likes of Crystal Palace and Fulham.

With Lloris trading at £0.48, it could be a punt worth taking.

Matt Doherty

Like Lloris, what’s not to like about nabbing a player – for only £0.45 – that’s been part of a defence that has conceded just nine goals in the league all season?

Doherty has missed recent outings due to contracting the coronavirus during November’s international break, but once he regains full fitness he should return as Mourinho’s first-choice right-back.

And given he registered four goals and four assists for Wolves in last term’s Premier League, Doherty has the attacking prowess to be a threat at the other end too.

Erik Lamela

The addition of Bale gives Spurs two injury-prone right-sided forwards.

According to Transfermarkt, Lamela has spent 666 days on the sidelines with a variety of injuries since joining Spurs in 2013.

His latest absence is down to a calf problem, and that in part explains his share price being as low as £0.50.

But if – and it’s a big if – the Argentine can finally put together a sequence of games, most Spurs fans will agree that he has the quality to shine.

When putting together your portfolio on Football Index, it’s always worth considering diversification.

In particular, we recommend swotting up on the different type of dividends offered, and how you can buy players that give you a chance of winning as many of them as possible.

Also consider diversifying by club, as if one suffers a particularly bad run of form, the value of that club’s players and their likelihood of earning dividends is likely to reduce.

Above all, keep within your means and enjoy it!

*Not all Spurs players are listed on Football Index

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