Liverpool star Mohamed Salah has the highest transfer value of any player in the Premier League and is even more valuable than Barcelona star Lionel Messi, according to the CIES Football Observatory.
The CIES Football Observatory calculates the value of players across the five big European leagues based on a number of variables which include age, form, position and the league they play in.
The Switzerland-based company update their valuations regularly and the most recent findings have Liverpool forward Salah as the second highest in terms of transfer value in Europe.
Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappe leads the way with a valuation of €252m (£231m) but Salah is relatively close behind with a remarkable price tag of €219M (£200m).
Ex-Liverpool forward turned Manchester City star Raheem Sterling is now said to be worth €208m (£190m) and is third in the list.
Lionel Messi is back in fourth at €167m (£153m), while Jadon Sancho, Sadio Mane, Harry Kane, Roberto Firmino, Antoine Griezmann and Leroy Sane round out the top ten.
Mane is valued at €157m (£144m), while Firmino’s price tag is €144m (£132m), according to the findings.