Transfermarkt: Milan now have four €40m+ players as young squad continues to grow

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan’s talented young core of players are leading the charge towards what will hopefully be a Scudetto win, and continue to grow in their level of performances but also in their market value as well.

Our colleagues at SempreMilan.it cite the values of Transfermarkt starting with Fikayo Tomori who is now worth €45m, but it is of course unlikely that the Rossoneri would sell for anything less than €60m+ given that almost €30m was paid to sign him last summer.

Pierre Kalulu is down as having a €17m value which would of course be a large capital gain given he arrived for free, but Milan probably feel that he is worth at least €25m given his age and immense potential.

Theo Hernandez is one of the best left-backs in the world as his €50m value shows, while Sandro Tonali shot upwards in value on Transfermarkt which quote him at €40m.

The greatest achievement, especially due to the highly sought-after role, is that of Rafael Leao who is now apparently a €70m player having hit double figures in goals for the season in the league.

Tags AC Milan Fikayo Tomori Pierre Kalulu Rafael Leao Sandro Tonali theo hernandez

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  1. i will not sell Fikayo Tomori even for 150 million he is the perfect modern defender he really give me hope my milan can dominate europe in the near future i hope we never sell him he already become my favorite milan player

    1. That’s normal because they’re still young and not yet bring any trophies for Milan especially Champions League.

      But if Milan got scudetto this year then i can see Milan raise their salary.

    2. You can say that again, my love for this team is priceless as they are, have never been this excited about Milan since Kaka left. Just 4 points and my joy would be complete

  2. We have jens petter hauge he is on loan to eintracht frankfurt we have too keep him he can be world class player plz sign him back. Forza milan

  3. This raising value just makes me worried. Milan should to think fairly related to players’ wages based on their values (on the market) and performance. If Milan does not think about this, we seem to lose one or two of our best players (free) every season

  4. Really felt bad for Hauge as he was a very talented kid, but Milan can’t keep him and Rebic but I wish he could return now still follow him and he has really developed a whole lot

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