Saka emerges as Arsenal’s most valuable player

Bukayo Saka has emerged as the most valuable player at Arsenal as he continues to deliver for the Gunners.

The Englishman only broke into their team a little over two seasons ago and became a mainstay in the side in the last campaign.

The Gunners have seen him rise to the occasion of being their top player and he has helped them earn some important wins.

His importance to their team hasn’t gone unnoticed and CIES Football Observatory as reported by Mirror Football recently rated him the most valuable player at the club.

The report says the teenage star is currently valued between £103m-£130m.

The rating was arrived at after they considered metrics like ability, age, contract length and their respective league and team.

His value equates to 20% of Arsenal’s overall playing assets and makes him sixth overall in Europe’s top five leagues.

His overall ranking is only bettered by players like Marcus Rashford, Kylian Mbappe, Joao Felix, among others.

Saka has just been named in the England team for the latest international matches again.

He is arguably the best player to graduate from the club’s Hale End Academy in recent seasons and Arsenal fans will look to him to help deliver Europa League glory for them this season.

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  1. That seems like a ridiculously high valuation for someone who has yet to find his finishing boots…thank goodness Kroenke doesn’t give a damn about anything football-related or Saka just might be sold in the summer…I guess the silver-lining for Arteta would be that Willian would have less positional competition, so that the final phase of his much-anticipated “bang” project could finally be implemented

    1. I think Pepe has more technical ability at the moment, but Saka is performing better, and like Odegaard, grabs a game by the scruff of it’s neck, and drags the team forward.

      Pepe is more productive than people give him credit for, but does have the ability to disappear in games.

  2. What a ridiculous valuation. Does anyone really think we would get half that amount if we sold him? No, of course not.

  3. Pepe should start starting over saka to avoid devaluation ehee.SAKA Z GOOD BUT PEPE REALLY CAUSE PROBLEM TO DEFENDERS!

  4. Few if any will doubt his enormous value to us all. But to talk in transfer fee values it to ignore the reality of how completely all football fees are changed and for the forseeable future. The idea that we coud get, even though only in theory, a fee in excess of £100 mill is for the birds.

    Although it could be argued that as it is only in theory you might as well put a fee of £100 trillion pounds on him! Neither £100mill, nor £100 trillion are realistic and in that sense (only) they are equal.

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