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Neto’s value raises, while Jimenez’s drops: Wolves’ most valuable players list updated

Neto’s value raises, while Jimenez’s drops: Wolves’ most valuable players list updated

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As the 2020/21 season is nearing its end and with the summer transfer window on the horizon, Transfermarkt.com have updated their market values of players. So let’s take a look and see which Wolverhampton Wanderers players have seen their values drop and which have seen the values raise.

Wolves are currently 13th in the Premier league table with 35 points. And when the international break is over they will face West Ham on Monday, April 5.

Let’s take a look at TOP 10 Wolves players, whose market values have changed or stayed the same after the latest market value updates of Transfermarkt.com.

10 Willian Jose

Neto’s value raises, while Jimenez’s drops: Wolves’ most valuable players list updated
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Jose joined Wolves this January from Real Sociedad on loan and is expected to return to Spain in the summer.

The 29-year-old has made 10 appearances for Nuno Espirito Santo’s side and assisted once.

The centre-forward’s value hasn’t changed and remained at £18m.

9 Conor Coady

Neto’s value raises, while Jimenez’s drops: Wolves’ most valuable players list updated
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Wolves captain’s value has dropped recently by £2.7m and is at £19.8m.

Coady has been regular under Nuno, having played 31 games this season while scoring once.

The 28-year-old was also called up to the England squad for the recent World Cup qualifiers.

8 Fabio Silva

Neto’s value raises, while Jimenez’s drops: Wolves’ most valuable players list updated
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The 18-year-old moved to Molineux this summer from Porto and since then played 28 games and netted four times.

Silva’s market price hasn’t changed either and remained at £22.5m.

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