We take a look at the individual value of each member of Manchester City's squad using German football information site Transfermarkt.
Please note that actual transfer cost is ultimately down to what clubs are willing to pay and comes down to supply and demand so actual figures could vary and the following figures would likely be a minimum cost.
Here is what Man City Players Worth is estimated to be worth right now:
Kevin De Bruyne – £135m
Such is De Bruyne's importance to his side, he is the joint most expensive player in the Premier League, tied for top spot with Liverpool's Mo Salah and Spurs' Harry Kane.
Raheem Sterling – £108m
Originally valued at £81m, the treble-winner is now worth £108m.
Leroy Sane – £90m
Despite failing to secure as much game time, Sane still saw his market value increase by £9m.
Bernardo Silva – £72m
One of the rising stars in European football, and as a result, saw his market value increase by £13.5m.
Sergio Aguero – £67.5m
The 31-year-old was previously valued at £72m by the site.
Gabriel Jesus – £63m
The Brazilian's market value has dropped from £72m to £63m.
Riyad Mahrez – £54m
The former Leicester City man's inclusion will perhaps raise eyebrows.
John Stones – £54million
Some might be surprised to see Stones' ranking.
Ederson – £54m
But despite his impressive performances, his market value remained the same.
Aymeric Laporte – £54m
The French international saw his market value increase by £9m.
Kyle Walker – £45m
Despite being an ever-present for the Sky Blues, market value has remained the same.
Benjamin Mendy – £36m
Mendy's market value has dropped from just over £40m to £36m.
Ilkay Gundogan – £36m
Market value has neither decreased or increased.
Nicolas Otamendi – £27m
The centre-back saw his market value decrease by just over £4m.
David Silva – £22.5m
The Spaniard saw his market value fall from £27m to £22.5m.
Phil Foden – £22.5m
The youngster has saw his market value rocket in his first full season in England's top-flight.
Danilo – £18m
The right-back maintained his market value.
Oleksandr Zinchenko – £13.5m
The left-back established himself as one of his side's No.1 choice, with his market value remaining the same.
Fernandinho – £13.5m
Despite the praise, his market value has neither increased or decreased.
Fabian Delph – £13.5m
Another member of the City squad whose market value has remained the same.
Eliaquim Mangala – £9m
The French centre-back saw his market value fall from £13.5m to £9m.
Claudio Bravo – £2.5m
After failing to make a single Premier League appearance, it will no surprise to City fans that the goalkeeper's market value has fallen.
Premier League's most expensive squads
In all, Manchester City Value makes them the most expensive in the Premier League, valued at a tremendous £1.03bn according to the media outlet.
Chelsea are number two worth an estimated £879.08m, and Liverpool are third worth £876.83m.
Tottenham are number four value of £756m while Manchester United is worth £731.25m, ranked fifth place.
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