Serie A is the third most valuable League in the world (4.94 billion euros in value) only behind the Premier League and LaLiga Santander. In Italy they play several world stars that help to maintain the level in the championship.
Let’s see who occupies the top positions in the ranking according to the specialized portal Transfermarkt.
We started the Top 10 with Victor Osimhen the Napoli striker. In his first season in the ranks of the Neapolitan team he played 24 games in Serie A scoring 10 goals. Those 50 million is the highest market value that it has reached so far.
Franck Kessié comes from playing what is probably his best season in the ranks of Milan. The Ivorian midfielder was a fixture for Pioli in 50 games in which he scored 14 goals.
Milan Škriniar has revalued thanks to its good season at Inter Milan and has once again reached 60 million euros, its highest figure.
The Italian defender has made a great leap. When he arrived at Inter in 2019 from his loan at Parma, his value was 15 million, and in two seasons he has reached 60.
Champion of Serie A with Inter and of Europe with Italy, Barella is one of the most sought-after players on the market and the club that wants to sign him will have to scratch their pockets. Its value, 65 million euros.
Federico Chiesa already had a good season with Juve and has been one of the most outstanding players in Europe with the Italian national team. Juventus has secured a future and talented player.
Sergej Milinković-Savić is one of the leaders of Lazio and Serie A. Last season he played 32 games scoring 8 goals and distributing 8 assists that were key for the Roman team to get into European positions.
The third box on the podium is for another defender, Matthijs de Ligt. Although he is not yet Ajax’s De Ligt, he remains among the most valuable players.
The second place is occupied by Lautaro Martínez, champion with Inter Milan and the team’s second top scorer in the league with 17 goals behind him. It has been one of the pillars for Conte.
The most valuable player in Serie A and the only one to reach the 100 million mark is Romelu Lukaku. The Belgian was one of the architects of the title won by Inter thanks to his 24 goals and 9 assists in the Italian championship, 30 throughout the season.