Manchester United star, Kobbie Mainoo, has become one of the most popular success stories in football during the ongoing season.

As per the TransferMarkt transfer valuation data, he has witnessed the greatest increase in his transfer valuation this year. The England full-back’s price has increased from €6m to €35 since 1st January 2024, representing an increase of €29m (or 483.3%).  

Pau Cubarsi is the second name on the list with an increase of €23.5m. The 17-year-old centre-back has made his first-team debut for Barcelona and Spain this season and he is currently valued at €25m in the market.

Bayern Munich’s central midfielder Aleksandar Pavlovic is the next name as his valuation has gone up from €2m to €25m. Manchester City star Phil Foden is already a known quantity in the footballing world, but even he has managed to get a substantial increase in his price on the back of his stellar performances this season.

His transfer valuation has increased from €110m to €130m. Samu Omorodion is the fifth name on the list as his valuation has increased from €20m to €40m.

The 19-year-old forward is currently on loan at Deportivo Alaves from Atletico Madrid. Kenan Yildiz of Juventus is the next name on the list with the same amount of increase as his valuation has increased from €10m to €30m.

Brazilian forward Igor Thigo has seen his transfer value increase from €6m to €25m – an increase of €19m. The 22-year-old is currently playing for Club Brugge but he has already agreed a summer move for Brentford.

Barcelona prodigy Lamine Yamal is enjoying his breakthrough season, and he has seen his price increase by a further €15m since January 1st. His current valuation stands at €75m.

On the back of his return from his ban, Ivan Toney of Brentford has also seen his valuation increased by €15m – from €35m to €50m. Leny Yoro of Lille is the last name on our list with a price increase of €15m. The 18-year-old centre-back is currently valued at €40m.