Premier League’s Most Valuable XI Revealed Costing Staggering £1.19 BILLION

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Amidst the coronavirus lockdown, the Premier League’s most valuable XI was revealed. Liverpool and Man City players dominate in a team worth £1.19 billion.

Written By Daniel Arambur | Mumbai | Updated On:
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The 2019-20 Premier League season has come to a halt due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak across Europe. However, football fans remain hopeful that the season can resume next month. Liverpool were in pole position to lift the Premier League trophy before the coronavirus lockdown. In the absence of competitive football, The Sun came out with the most expensive playing 11 in the Premier League at present. 

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Premier League most valuable players

GK: Allison (£81million)

RB: Trent Alexander-Arnold (£99m)

CB: Aymeric Laporte (£68m)

CB: Virgil Van Dijk (£90m)

LB: Andrew Robertson (£72m)   

CM: Kevin De Bruyne (£135m) 

CM: N'Golo Kante (£90m) 

LW: Raheem Sterling (£144m) 

RW: Mohammed Salah (£135m) 

CAM: Sadio Mane (£141m)

CF: Harry Kane (£135m) 

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 Premier League most valuable players: Liverpool and Man City players dominate playing 11

The combined Premier League most valuable players playing 11 amounts up to almost to a mammoth £1.19 billion. Six Liverpool stars feature in the list along with three Man City players. Chelsea's N'Golo Kante and Tottenham's Harry Kane also make the cut despite their side's inconsistent performances over the course of the season. No Manchester United or Arsenal player was included in the Premier League most valuable players playing 11. Man United's Harry Maguire was the surprise candidate who didn't make the cut despite the Red Devils shelling out a world-record fee for a defender for the former Leicester City man. 

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Premier League most valuable players as of March 11, 2020

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