- Christian Eriksen is Serie A's most valuable player with a buy out clause valued at £81m
- The Danish star completed a four-year deal and will be reportedly earning £320,000-per week at the San Siro
- Paulo Dybala and Lautaro Martinez are second and third with a value of £76.5m and £72m respectively
- Cristiano Ronaldo, Romelu Lukaku, Mattihjs De Ligt and Kalidou Koulibaly are all valued at £67.5m in the top ten list
Christian Eriksen is now the most valuable player in the Italian league since his January move to Inter Milan from Tottenham.
The Danish midfielder is now worth more than Cristiano Ronaldo, Paulo Dybala and Romelu Lukaku.
After sealing a £17million move to the San Siro, the 27-year-old immediately topped other superstars in the Serie A.
He signed a four-year deal reportedly worth £320,000 a week after staying at Spurs to run down his contract to six months.
In the top ten most valuable players in Italy, Eriksen is pegged at £81m above Juventus Dybala, and his Inter teammate Lautaro Martinez both valued at £76.5m and £72m respectively.
Ronaldo, Matthijs De Ligt, Inter's Lukaku and Napoli's Kalidou Koulibaly are of the same value in fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh positions respectively, all valued at £67.5m.
Sergej Milinkovic-Savic of Lazio as well as Juventus Miralem Pjanic are both valued at £63m. Inter's Brozovic completes the top ten with a value of £54m.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that a group of Man United fans were allegedly throwing flares at the house the club's Chief executive officer Ed Woodward.
In video clip circulating social media a collection of restive youths took to the street regarding the team's ownership and their current leadership.
The Glazers family and Ed Woodward have been under severe attacks from Red Devils supporters and recently it has been getting worse.
Legit.ng also reported that Steven Bergwijn has completed a January move to Tottenham for a fee of £25million from PSV with the winger putting pen to paper on a deal until 2025.
The Premier League club have announced the move as the Netherlands international is set to work under Jose Mourinho.
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