See sen stars whose transfer value dropped most

There are ten stars whose trade value dropped the most, including an ex-Liverpool star who lost £39M, a Man United player who is struggling, and three players who were relegated

The top ten list has lost a amount of value due to age, injuries, and loss of form. One former Manchester United star saw his value drop by a huge 69% in just ONE YEAR.

Sadio Mane

Mane, who is 31 years old, was a shining star on Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool team before he left for Bayern Munich in a £27.5 million deal last summer.

The Senegalese international was supposed to replace Robert Lewandowski, but he has had a terrible time in Bavaria.

He got hurt right before the World Cup, and it was hard for him to get back into the team.

A fιght with winger Leroy Sane, which left Sane with a black eye, summed up his bad time. His old transfer worth of £60.5 million has dropped by a huge 39% to £21.5 million.

Wilfred Ndidi Ndidi, who is 26 years old, had a great 2021-22 season that helped him become one of the best defensive midfielders in the Premier League.

His earlier price tag of £41.5 million showed that the biggest clubs in Europe were interested in him.

But after a poor season in which the Foxes were relegated, Ndidi’s value has dropped. The Leicester player is now worth £21.5m.

Paul Pogba

When Pogba moved from Juventus to Manchester United in 2016 for £89 million, he became the most expensive player in the world.

But the midfielder never really lived up to his price tag at Old Trafford. When his deal with United ran out last summer, he went back to Juventus for free.

Pogba hurt his knee last season and only played 10 times for the Bianconeri. Because of this, his worth has dropped to a measly £13m.

Last year, he was worth £41m, so his injury-plagued season shows a 69% drop in value.

Jadon Sancho

Sancho joined United as their big-name signing in the summer of 2021… Things were going well until Cristiano Ronaldo came back.

The winger hasn’t done much to earn his £73m price tag, and he may leave this summer.

His value has gone down from £65 million last summer to £39 million now.

Romelu Lukaku

After a failed return to Chelsea last summer, Lukaku’s career was going nowhere.

Even though he had a bad first part of the season, his loan to Inter has helped to make things better.

Even though Saudi Arabia might be interested, his worth is still going down, from £60 million to £34 million.

Youri Tielemans

Tielemans joined Aston Villa for free this weekend, but he will be a player whose value is going down because he helped Leicester City get relegated.

His worth has dropped by 35%, from £47.5 million to £21.5 million.

Mohamed Salah

Salah didn’t have a great 2022–2023 season, but his 19 goals and 12 helpers in 38 Premier League games wasn’t terrible.

However, given he is now 31 his value is in decline.

His new worth on Transfermarkt is £36m, down from £64.5m last summer.

Son Heung-min

Son had his worst season since his first year with Spurs, even though he had just won the golden boot for 2021-22.

His worth dropped from £64.5 million to £43 million after he scored ten goals and set up six more.