Phil Foden heads an updated list of the Premier League’s most valuable players – with three English stars at the helm and only Trent Alexander-Arnold to cut Liverpool.

According to the algorithm of the CIES Football Observatory, each of the top three rated players in Europe currently plays on our shores, with Erling Haaland finishing fourth with £ 134million.

The variables contained in the statistical model include age, contract length, international status and career history – with Foden winning another championship title at the beginning of this year.

The inclusion of Mason Mount comes as no surprise, with the Chelsea and England midfielder set to play a key role in Euro 2020 following the Champions League promotion in May.

Young English stars top the list of the top 20 players in the Premier League

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Foden topped the list with an estimated £ 163m, followed by strikers Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford of Manchester United and England with £ 153m and £ 136m respectively.

Bruno Fernandes comes next after a stunning campaign at Old Trafford, his valuation is £ 132million and his current contract runs until 2025.

Among the top six are the aforementioned Mount and Feran Torres with £ 108m and £ 101m respectively, rounding out the players who get in over £ 100m.

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Mason Mount is a Champions League winner with Chelsea

The top 10 include Champions League hero Kai Havertz (£ 99.8 million), Alexander-Arnold (£ 99 million), Ruben Dias (£ 98 million), Timo Werner (£ 92 million) and Bernardo Silva (£ 89 million) Million pounds).

Surprisingly, Tottenham sensation Harry Kane comes in 20th with a valuation of just £ 69m, followed by Bukayo Saka (£ 89m), Raheem Sterling (£ 85m), Gabriel Jesus (£ 84m), Kevin de Bruyne ( 75 million pounds).

As well as Rodri Hernandez (£ 74m), Pedro Neto (£ 73m), Christian Pulisic (£ 72m) and Scotland and United midfielder Scott McTominay (£ 72m), who will face Kane on June 18.

Harry Kane barely makes the list as Phil Foden heads the ratings

Harry Kane barely makes the list as Phil Foden heads the ratings

With many of those mentioned for England at Euro 2020, Foden said last month that he doesn’t envy Gareth Southgate for all to fit in.

He said, “It’s hard to get a place. There are so many great talents in the attacking third, so I’m sorry he has to pick a bit [an] 11.

“All I have to do is be good at my club and hopefully it will give me the opportunity to play more games for England.”

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