Top 10 Serie A Players with Increasing Transfer Values: Milan and Inter Dominate

Since the beginning of the season, the Serie A table witnessed only two leaders. Whilst Milan were ahead of the competition after a solid start to the campaign, their January/February slip saw their city rivals Inter snatch the lead and run away with it.

Thanks to their generally positive season, several players from the Milanese giants saw their transfer values going up.

In fact, these two sides have dominated the list of Top 10 Serie A players whose values have increased since the the beginning of the season as reported by Transfermarkt (via Calciomercato).

The list includes four Milan players, three from Inter, with one representative for each of Roma, Sassuolo and Napoli.

The study is based on a comparison between the market value of all Serie A players in July 2020, and their estimated prices at the moment.

Franck Kessié is actually chosen as the most improving player in the league in terms of his transfer value, as it increased by 30 million euros, to reach 50 millions at present day.

The podium is completed by a pair of Nerazzurri player, as Nicolò Barella and Alessandro Bastoni finish second and third respectively.

Here’s the full list as reported by the source:

10 – Theo Hernandez (Milan): Increased by 18 millions (now worth 50M).

9 – Roger Ibanez (Roma): Increased by 18.2 millions (now worth 20M).

8 – Manuel Locatelli (Sassuolo): Increased by 19.5 millions (now worth 35M).

7 – Hakan Calhanoglu (Milan): Increased by 20.5 millions (now worth 35M).

6 – Romelu Lukaku (Inter): Increased by 22 millions (now worth 90M).

5 – Ismael Bennacer (Milan): Increased by 22.5 millions (now worth 40M).

4 – Victor Osimhen (Napoli): Increased by 23 millions (now worth 50M).

3 – Alessandro Bastoni (Inter): Increased by 23.5 millions (now worth 55M).

2- Nicolò Barella (Inter): Increased by 24 millions (now worth 60M).

1- Franck Kessié (Milan): Increased by 30 millions (now worth 50M).

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