Coronavirus Pandemic Causes Sadio Mane’s Market Value To Decrease

Sadio Mane's Market Value Decrease

Sadio Mane's market value has decreased due to the coronavirus pandemic, that's according to, who has calculated the impact the crisis has had on the finances of Premier League clubs.

According to the research, the squad values of the Premier League as a collective has decreased by an eye-watering £1.6billion.

Manchester City have been hit the hardest due to the majority of their players being born after 1998.

The research went on to state that City's market value has dropped by £219million to £894million. Liverpool's, meanwhile, has been downgraded by £200million to £848million.

Players born before 1998 (Mane, Mohamed Salah, Kevin de Bruyne) have seen their values decreased by 20 per cent, while those born after this date (Foden, Trent-Alexander Arnold) have seen their values decrease by 10 per cent.

This means that Liverpool forward Mane, whose new market value is £108million, has suffered a greater percentage decrease.

That notwithstanding, Mane still remains Liverpool's most valuable player alongside Salah.

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Also, City's most valuable player, regardless, is Raheem Sterling, who is priced at £115.20million – £7.2million more than Mane and Salah.

This article was most recently revised and updated 3 years ago

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