According to data provided by Transfermarkt.com, Newcastle’s poor start to the season has seen the valuations of their players fluctuate.
Some have seen their market value decrease, however, a couple have managed to shine and increase their value.
Here, we have listed the 16 players that are considered Newcastle’s ‘most valuable’ players according to Transfermarkt.
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5. Freddie Woodman: £9m
The academy graduate made his Premier League debut earlier this season, however, injury has ruled him out of action since August. Rumours of a move to Arsenal swirled in the summer and you would think a bid north of £10m would be needed for Woodman to leave Newcastle. (Photo by George Wood/Getty Images)
Photo: George Wood
6. Isaac Hayden: £9m
Hayden is another one of Rafa Benitez’s purchases that has appreciated in value since joining Newcastle. Despite playing in both defence and midfield this season, Hayden continues to be a key player for United. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)
Photo: Stu Forster
7. Ryan Fraser: £9m
When the winger joined on a free transfer from Bournemouth, there were high hopes that he could transform Newcastle’s attack. However, injuries have plagued his time on Tyneside and according to Transfermarkt, Fraser is now valued at a third of the price he was valued at in December 2019. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)
Photo: Stu Forster
8. Jamal Lewis: £10.8m
Newcastle beat off the interests of Liverpool to sign Lewis from Norwich City last summer. Much like Fraser, he is yet to settle at St James’s Park but is still regarded as a valuable asset for Newcastle. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)
Photo: Ian MacNicol