Premier League's most valuable XI includes one Manchester United star and none from Chelsea with Liverpool and Manchester City players dominating the list.
With City winning four of the last five Premier League titles and Liverpool winning the other one as well as both domestic cups last season - they have a combined nine stars in the side.With Liverpool's Alisson in goal at an estimated £45million, Andy Robertson (£58.50m), Virgil van Dijk and Trent Alexander-Arnold make it into the defence alongside Ruben Dias (£67.5). READ MORE: Seven celebs you didn't know were footballers - from Bradley Walsh to Gordon Ramsey In midfield are the City duo of Phil Foden (£81m) and Kevin De Bruyne (£76.5m) and West Ham skipper Declan Rice at (£72m).That leaves a front three of United's Sancho (£67.5m) as well as Liverpool star Mohamed Salah (£81m) and finally, the most valuable individual player, Erling Haaland (£135m).
With those numbers crunched by Transfermarkt.com, in reality they would cost far more should they be offered up for sale by their respective clubs - notably Rice. Who is the best young player in the Premier League?Read more on dailystar.co.uk