GdS: Value of Milan’s U25 players up €135m from start of season – the breakdown

By Oliver Fisher -

The value of AC Milan’s talented young core continues to grow as they are having an outstanding season competing for the Scudetto.

La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews) speaks this morning about how the value of players in the Rossoneri squad who are under 25 has increased by around €135m from the start of the season to today.

The first example is Rafael Leao who was worth €30m before the campaign begun and is now worth €70m (as the rumours of such an offer from PSG prove), while Sandro Tonali’s value has grown from €20m to €50m which is the same valuation as his double pivot partner Ismael Bennacer.

Theo Hernandez has risen from being worth €50m to €60m, while full-back Davide Calabria has gone from a €20m player to €30m. Pierre Kalulu is having an excellent season and is worth €25m which is €15m more than the beginning of the season, while finally Fikayo Tomori – who at the beginning of the season was worth €29m – is now worth at least €45m.

Tags AC Milan Davide Calabria Ismaël Bennacer Pierre Kalulu Rafael Leao Sandro Tonali theo hernandez

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  1. Not the same values tags according to the transfermarkt. Definitely there is improvement in the squad valuation. Sad we lost Dollaruma and Fackan for free. If we sold them we can buy one or two quality playerw

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