Ndidi’s Market Value Drops Again By N8.6BN


The market value of players in the English Premier League was updated on Thursday, November 3, with Nigeria international Wilfred Ndidi suffering one of the biggest downgrades.

Transfermarkt has gone further to reveal the ten biggest losers of the English Premier League update for November 2022.

The biggest change is received by Manchester United winger Jadon Sancho  who has been downgraded from €75 million to €60 million, a negative change of fifteen million euros.

The market value of Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante, Leicester ace Ndidi, Liverpool stars Andrew Robertson, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Mohamed Salah and Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes dropped by ten million euros each.

In ninth place is Manchester United defender Raphael Varane who is downgraded from €48 million to €40 million and Chelsea midfielder Denis Zakaria is tenth with a drop of seven million euros.

Ndidi’s current market value is 40 million euros, which is €20m lower than his career-high market value of €60m.

The holding midfielder has struggled with injuries for most part of 2022 and has not played for the Super Eagles since January, which negatively influenced the development of his market value.

In addition, Ndidi has approximately twenty months left on his contract with Leicester City.