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The players of every Premier League club whose value has increased the most in 2019/20 season

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It is unknown when the Premier League could return to action, with football competitions being suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak.

There were less than 10 games to decide who will be the winner of the 2019/20 season. Meanwhile, a number of players have managed to impress during the most part of the campaign. Hence, now they have seen their market values increased.

Let’s take a look to players from every Premier League club, who’s value has gone up the most from last summer.

Aaron Ramsdale (AFC Bournemouth) +11.93m

Value at the start of the season: £0.67m

Current value: £12.6m

In spite of Bournemouth’s poor season in the league, Ramsdale has been a good performer for the team.

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Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal)  £25.2m

Value at the start of the season: N/A

Current value: £25.2m

During the campaign Martinelli has shown an impressive game, scoring 10 goals in 26 games. Now he is considered to be one of the best youngsters in the world.

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Tyrone Mings (Aston Villa) +£20.70m

Value at the start of the season: £4.5m

Current value: £25.20m

Mings made his England debut at the start of the campaign and is expected to play more vital role with Villans when football games return.

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Neal Maupay (Brighton & Hove Albion) +£9m

Value at the start of the season: £10.8m

Current value: £19.8m

Maupay has managed to score 7 league goals during his first season with the club.

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James Tarkowski (Burnley) +£6.3m

Value at the start of the season: £16.2m

Current value: £22.5m

Tarkowski’s impressive game at Burnley has given its results. The player’s market value continues to rise.

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