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England winger Jadon Sancho’s transfer value has risen by an astonishing 806% to €87.9m over the past three months, according to new analysis. The figures, from CIES Football Observatory, show the 18-year-old ex-Manchester City player’s rapid rise.
Sancho, who made his senior England debut in October, joined Borussia Dortmund for about £10m in 2017 and was valued at £8.77m in September. He has scored six times in 21 appearances for Dortmund this season. Sancho was called into Gareth Southgate’s England squad off the back of this impressive form, winning his first three caps for his country.
No other player in the world has seen their transfer value increase by anything like as much in the same period of time, whether it be in absolute or relative terms.
Juventus have already seen a significant jump in transfer value from summer signing Joao Cancelo, who is now worth an estimated €74.2m compared to €27.8m three short months ago.
Liverpool left-back Andrew Robertson continues his meteoric rise and is now worth €32m more than he was in September, from €47.8m to €79.8m. Everton’s Richarlison and Paris Saint-Germain defender Thilo Kehrer are others whose transfer value has risen by at least €30m.
Already highly valued Manchester City winger Bernardo Silva and Liverpool forward Sadio Mane have both seen their respective transfer values closing in on the €130m mark.