Egypt's Salah shows biggest increase in transfer value in 'big-five' leagues

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The CIES Football Observatory have released their latest set of player transfer values and Mohamed Salah's has skyrocketed after a superb debut season.

The Reds are also impressing in the Champions League, with the Egyptian forward contributing in Europe too to the tune of seven goals in 10 appearances.

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Based on an algorithm developed by the CIES Football Observatory's research team, Salah has edged Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson to claim his status as the player whose value has skyrocketed the most since the summer transfer window.

Leroy Sane is another City star in the list, the 22-year-old winger moved to England from Schalke in 2016 for £37m has seen his value increase by almost £60m.

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Liverpool's Mohamed Salah and Joe Gomez named among the top six players whose transfer values have increased most.

The Egypt global has so far scored 24 goals in the English Premier League, being the joint-top scorer with Tottenham striker Harry Kane, and has a total of 32 goals in all competitions.

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Signed on loan from Monaco this past summer, with an option to permanently sign for a €155m fee this summer, Mbappe has netted 17 goals in 34 matches for PSG this season.

The top ranked player from LaLiga is Barcelona's Paulinho Bexerra (+€42.4 - 7th), in Serie A Lazio's Sergej Milinkovic-Savic ranks highest (+€40.7million - 9th), whilst in the Bundesliga RB Leipzig's Dayot Upamecano (+€35.6 million - 12th) heads the list.

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