Top 10 Most Valuable Footballers in Transfer Market After Corona Virus Lock Down

After the Coronavirus crisis, FootballWay put together the most expensive players in football.

Football suffered a severe blow, with some clubs paying players in full, while others lowered their wages.
After the crisis, the transfer value will appear as follows..

1. Kylian Mbappe

Liverpool is a long-term admirer of Kylian Mbappe. The owner Jurgen Klopp highly praised the Paris Saint-Germain superstar, but Alan Shearer believes that the striker should Moved to Newcastle.

Real Madrid is the favorite to sign the 21-year-old in the next few years.

The Magpies are in the process of a £300million takeover by a wealthy Saudi Arabian consortium spearheaded by crown prince Mohammed bin Salman.

2. Neymar

Barcelona have been told they can sign Neymar from PSG this summer, but they must pay £155 million. The Brazilians have been eager to return to Catalonia for more than a year, and now the Giants of Camp Nou have been given the opportunity to realize this dream.

For Barcelona, ​​this is a black-and-white proposal. In the Coronavirus crisis, Barcelona is unlikely to have this kind of money.

3. Rashim Sterling

According to reports, if Manchester City’s Champions League ban is maintained, Manchester United can sign Rashim Sterling. The prospects for England International’s cross-city transfer seem out of reach. But this did not stop the claim that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer opened his arms to welcome the former Liverpool striker to Old Trafford.

The 25-year-old is already one of Etihad highest-paid players, but Manchester City is preparing to make him the highest paid player in club history with a weekly salary of £380,000 (excluding bonuses).

Sterling's market value is 200 million pounds, and he believes that his commercial value is on par with Neymar and Kylian Mbappe.

4. Lionel Messi

According to ESPN reports, Barcelona fans are no longer worried about losing Lionel Messi for free this summer because the withdrawal clause in his contract has expired. The report said that Messi must implement the clause before May 30, but the captain decided to stay at least one more season.

5. Mohamed Salah

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah (Mohamed Salah) is connected to Real Madrid, and Spanish giants reportedly believe they can land a winger at £126 million (€150 million) in the summer. Salah signed with Liverpool until 2023, the Premier League team will be reluctant to sell their star players.

Madrid head coach Zinedine Zidane hopes to rebuild his team by next summer. The club is also preparing to transfer Gareth Bale's identity to compensate for their purchase of one of Europe's top strikers.

The report added that Madrid President Florentino Perez will sign a Liverpool striker for £126 million at the end of the season as he won the Champions League at Liverpool last year.

6. Jadon Sancho

According to reports, Real Madrid have already participated in the signing of Jadon Sancho from Dortmund, which has brought some competition to Manchester United.

Manchester United's boost is that Real Madrid is reportedly unable to pay the £100 million required to reward the 20-year-old Dortmund player.

7. Sadio Mane

Liverpool hope to make an offer to Sadio Mane, which will undermine Real Madrid's hope of signing him.

Liverpool are planning to provide Sadio Mann with a new blockbuster contract that will allow him to complete his career at Anfield. For several months, Real Madrid has aroused a strong interest in Mane, and offers can be made in the summer after the season.

8. Harry Kane

Former Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp admitted that Harry Kane may leave Manchester United because people have been speculating about his future.

Although he has missed the game since January 1 due to severe hamstring injury, Kane is still Tottenham's best shooter of all games this season.

The Red Devils have already expressed interest in signing a summer contract with 26-year-old Kane, but due to the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic, large capital transfers are unlikely.