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As known, all sporting events around the globe, including Premier League matches, have been suspended due to coronavirus pandemic.
During this lockdown the transfer values of many football players have changed, as it is not clear yet when the season is resumed or when summer transfer window is opened.
Recently, Transfermarkt has updated the transfer values of football players, and here is the list of the five Manchester United players, whose market values have been affected the most during the Premier League suspension.
Marcus Rashford, €64m
Rashford has been a United academy graduate and since 2016 he plays for the senior squad.
The COVID-19 crisis have already affected the values of many football players, including Rashford, as his market value recorded a 20% drop.
The 22-year-old has been essential in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s squad this season, as has scored 19 goals and assisted five times in his 31 appearances for the Red Devils.
The forward’s contract at the Old Trafford is set to expire in 2023.
Bruno Fernandes, €48m
United’s newcomer is already claimed to be one of the key players at the team since his arrival from Sporting this January.
Fernandes was previously valued at €60m, and this term he has featured in 37 clashes for the Red Devils, having netted an assisted 18 times.
The 25-year-old midfielder is contracted with the club until 2025.