Liverpool currently have the second-highest valued squad in the Premier League behind Manchester City, according to Transfermarkt.
Totalling a combined squad value of £788.85m, they fall second behind the reigning champions Manchester City and their mammoth squad value of £1.02bn.
The Reds boast some of the highest valued players in the Premier League, which makes sense given they almost won the quadruple last season.
We look at Liverpool’s squad and reveal their highest-valued players, according to Transfermarkt.
5. Fabinho – Valued at £54m
Market Value: £54M
One of Liverpool’s most important players, Fabinho anchors the midfield and screens the back four as the lone defensive midfielder.
Joining from AS Monaco in 2018 for a fee around £43M, the Brazilian has played 170 times for the Reds.
He signed a new long-term deal in 2021 which will see him stay at Anfield until 2026 and he will continue to be a key player for Jurgen Klopp’s side.
4. Luis Diaz – Valued at £58.5M
Market Value: £58.5M
Signed from Porto in the January transfer window for a fee of around £45m, Luis Diaz made an instant impact for Liverpool hitting the ground running for his new side.
His pace, trickery and energy gave the Reds a mid-season boost as they pushed for the quadruple last season.
The 25-year-old will be raring to go with a full pre-season behind him and expect him to be valued even higher by the time the season ends.
3. Andrew Robertson – Valued at £58.5M
Market Value: £58.50m
One of Liverpool’s best ever low-cost signings, Andrew Robertson arrived from relegated Hull City for around £8m back in 2017.
224 games later and he’s now regarded as one of the best full-backs in world football and has been a revelation at Anfield.
He’s currently the second highest valued left-back in the world and is one of Liverpool’s most important players because of his solidity, energy and output in terms of assists – a complete modern full-back.
2. Trent Alexander-Arnold – Valued at £72M
Market Value: £72m
One of Liverpool’s most talented homegrown players, Trent Alexander-Arnold has completely re-defined what a right-back is truly capable of.
He is the highest valued in his position in the world and is still only 23 years old.
Liverpool through and through, he will continue to add to his legacy over the course of his career at Anfield which has already seen him win the Premier League and Champions League (and every other trophy available) as well as total 62 assists from right-back.
1. Mohamed Salah – Valued at £81M
Market Value: £81m
Mohamed Salah recently put pen to paper to become Liverpool’s highest-ever paid player coming off the back of one of his best-ever seasons.
The Egyptian was in stunning form with 51 goal contributions in 51 games as Liverpool won the FA and Carabao Cups.
He also won the Golden Boot and Playmaker award in the Premier League, standing out as one of the highest valued players in the world and the star of this Liverpool team!