Marcus Rashford makes up huge 15 per cent of Man Utd's ENTIRE squad value at around £130m with Saka a FIFTH of Arsenal's

MARCUS RASHFORD is the most-valuable player on the planet – worth a staggering 15 per cent of Manchester United's entire squad value.

According to the latest data from CIES Football Observatory, the England forward, 23, is valued between £130million and £170m.

That makes Rashford the most-valuable player in the world, level with in-demand striker Erling Haaland.

But incredibly, despite Man Utd's large, talented squad, Rashford is so valuable he makes up 14.8 per cent of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's entire squad's worth.

Arsenal whiz Bukayo Saka and Manchester City star-in-the-making Phil Foden sit in the second most-valuable bracket.

The England duo are both valued between £100m and £130m.

Saka, still only 19, is already worth 20 per cent – exactly one-fifth – of Mikel Arteta's squad worth, the fourth-highest portion in the entire Premier League.

Foden, 20, makes up just 10.3 per cent of City's squad worth, such is the talent in their squad.

At the other end of the scale, Dwight McNeil is worth a staggering 35.3 per cent of Burnley's entire squad value.

Eberechi Eze makes up 28.4 per cent of Crystal Palace's squad, while Declan Rice is worth 22.4 per cent of the West Ham's entire senior group.


Among other Big Six clubs, Harry Kane – valued between £80m and £100m – makes up 14.1 per cent of Tottenham's squad.

Trent Alexander-Arnold and Timo Werner are Liverpool and Chelsea's most-valuable stars respectively, both rated between £80m and £100m.

Alexander-Arnold accounts for 12 per cent of the Reds' squad – the most-valuable in the Premier League at around £1billion.

Werner makes up 11.1 per cent of the Blues, who come in third, behind only Liverpool and City.

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