And while the coronavirus pandemic has seen everyone plunge into the market value of the game, there is still money in Old Trafford.
TransferMarkt lists everyone’s value in Old Trafford, taking into account things such as an individual’s ability, age, form and transfer history.
According to the website, the market value of United’s most expensive player is £ 72 million, and there are ten other players worth over £ 20 million.
Here we look at the ten most expensive players in Man United and consider the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
10. Diogo Dalot
The Portuguese rear right is number 10, signed by Jose Mourinho for £ 19m. Today it is allegedly worth £ 16.20 million.
9. Scott McTominay / Daniel James
These two young United are both assessed at £ 20.25 million. Not bad for a graduate of the academy and a winger who cost just £ 17 million before the pandemic hit gaming.
8. Victor Lindelof
The Red Devils spent £ 31 million on the Swede, but according to TransferMarkt, it’s only worth £ 25.20 million.
7. Mason Greenwood
Another player who went through the youth system at United and who is now worth a lot of money. £ 26.10 million, Apparently.
6. Aaron Wan-Bissaka
The Red Devils made the defender the most expensive sidekick on the planet when they spent £ 50 million on him. But its price has since dropped £ 28.80 million.
5. David de Gea
He was the best goalkeeper in the world not too long ago, but his stock has dropped in recent seasons. However, the stop is worth it £ 36 million.
4. Bruno Fernandes / Anthony Martial
The Red Devils spent £ 47 million on the Portuguese, and it was an absolute revelation. But it’s just worth £ 43.2 million now – the same price as Martial – showing how badly this pandemic has hit the market.
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3. Harry Maguire
The Red Devils parted with £ 80 million to sign the central defender in the summer window, and it would likely have retained its value if the pandemic had not struck. According to TransferMarkt, it is now worth just £ 50.40 million.
2. Marcus Rashford
It had seemed a little dark until this point, with the fall in market values of Maguire and Wan-Bissaka. This graduate from the academy, however, is worth it £ 57.60 million.
1. Paul Pogba
He was to be the first place World Cup winner. Yet United paid £ 89 million to sign the Frenchman in 2016, and today it’s apparently worth it £ 72 million.