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Ever wondered who are the most-valuable players in the Spanish top-division in 2023?
Before the turn of a new millennium, you could sign a marque players in the transfer market for £50 to £60 million that would give you value for money on the pitch.
But in an era where the transfer market is hyper-inflated, it is absolutely difficult to gauge how valuable a player is with almost every club’s putting an exorbitant price-tag on their players.
According to the renowned German-based website Tranfermarkt list, we’ll put you through the 2022-23 most-valuable LaLiga players based on their age and time remaining on their contracts.
Eduardo Camavinga – (Real Madrid, €60m)
Camavinga’s journey into the world of football has taken him far away from war-torn Angola, to balling at the iconic Santiago Bernabeu stadium having joined the Spanish giant from Rennes.
When the young Frenchman was signed from Ligue 1 side Rennes for €30 million in the summer, no one thought he would hit the ground-running instantly with the manner he’s asserted himself into the team.
Frenkie de Jong – (Barcelona, €60m)
Frenkie de Jong is so important in the Barcelona’s squad that the club’s hierarchy identified him as one of the three unsellable players at the club, as the team seeks to raise funds ahead of next summer.
The Dutch midfielder was linked to Manchester United in the summer, but the deal didn’t materialized despite the Red Devils pushing hard to sign the former Ajax midfield-maestro who’s market-value is €60 million.
Ronaldo Araujo – (Barcelona, €70m)
Barcelona centre-back Ronald Araujo could be among the top-players to leave the club next summer, after LaLiga made it known to them that they must find a way to balance the book and sort out players registration.
The Uruguayan international has immediately transformed the team’s defense since returning from a lengthy layoff that took him away from football actions for sometime.
Though no club has really shown clear intent in signing the €70 million valued Araujo, but with his release clause reported to be €1bn having penned a four-year deal committing his future to the Blaugrana last year it would be hard to price him away.
Eder Militao – (Real Madrid, €70m)
To say Militao is one of the best centre-back in Europe is an understatement, considering how the Brazilian has developed into a vital component for Los Blancos since the departure of Raphael Varane and Sergio Ramos.
Militao joined Real Madrid from Porto in 2019 and he has since featured in lot of games and winning a number of trophies for the Spanish giant.
With his present market-value of €70 million it shows the young Brazilian defender who joined from Porto has matured into a more ruthless and competent centre-back.
Rodrygo Goes – (Real Madrid, €80m)
Rodrygo is certainly one of Real Madrid’s best players who’s form and market-value is on the rise, having maintain his consistency and hard-work when called upon to play for Los Blancos.
The Brazilian was signed by Madrid based on his incredible potential and he has since develop into a mature, direct, and deadly both on the winger and as a false-nine.
Last season in the UEFA Champions League against Chelsea and Manchester City, he to be one of the best in world football when he helped Los Blancos scored some crucial goals that got them to the final of the tournament.
Aurelien Tchouameni – (Real Madrid, €90m)
Tchouameni became the biggest Real Madrid’s signing last summer when Los Blancos coughed-out €100 million to sign the French international from Monaco.
His meteoric rise has makes rank high in the transfer scenes as one of the most-valuable players in Spanish league presently, having announced himself to the world from his time at Monaco before joining Real Madrid.
Gavi – (Barcelona, €90m)
La Masia graduate Pablo Martin Paez Gavira, also known as Gavi is the youngest player on this list with a transfer value of €90 million having improved on his on-field performances since coming into limelight at Nou Camp.
Gavi’s maturity on the ball has seen him linked to a number of Europe’s topsides in recently, having continuously combined well with his teammates and putting in the work on the pitch.
Federico Valverde – (Real Madrid, €100m)
Uruguayan international Valverde is arguably the most hardworking and versatile midfielder in the world with a market value of €100 million. The 24-year-old has a running four-an-half years contract at the Santiago Bernabeu that’ll run until 2027.
Considering his form, age, and time remaining on his current contract any club interested in signing him, must be ready to break the bank for the midfielder who is one of Los Blancos’ best players this season.
Pedri Gonzalez – (Barcelona, €100m)
Talking of one of Barcelona’s finest in terms of on-field performances this season, young Pedri’s name will undoubtedly pop-up for how impressive he’s been for the Blaugrana since he joined from Las Palmas.
Despite his age Pedri is currently Barcelona’s most-valuable player with a mouthwatering €100 million price-tag that would rattle any club who wants to get him in the future.
Pedri is a great passer of the ball who also has a knack for scoring goals when opportunity present itself for the team on the pitch.
Vinicius Jr – (Real Madrid, €120m)
Real Madrid left-winger Vinicius Jr is arguably the best out-and-out winger in world football presently, having improved his end product in-front of goal and dribbles since joining from Flaamengo.
The 22-year-old will be out of contract in 2024 and should he sign a new contract with Los Blancos, his current market value could skyrocket from €120 million to €150 million due to his impressive form compared to when he first joined Madrid.
This article was updated 3 months ago