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Bristol City’s new £29.1m squad market value as Wolves, Spurs and Bournemouth targets valued

TransferMarkt have made some eyebrow-raising valuations of Bristol City players

Bristol City look set to sell their second player of the January transfer window with Dan Bentley linked with a move to Premier League club Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Bentley has always wanted to play in the English top-flight and now it looks like he will have his opportunity to do so as he battles for a spot with Portuguese goalkeeper Jose Sa. It leaves the Robins with the task of finding a goalkeeper to provide cover and challenge Max O'Leary, after Stefan Bajic was loaned out to French second tier side Valenciennes.

The Robins' valuation of players is different to those externally value them, and that was seen last week when they rejected two bids, one of £8m and another of £10m from Bournemouth for striker Antoine Semenyo. Talented teenager Alex Scott is also said to be valued at £25m, which has acted as a deterrent to the likes of Tottenham Hotspur, Leeds United and Leicester City. Scott, under contract until the summer of 2025, has been offered a new deal and should he agree to it, would surely see his price grow given there would be more security on his deal?

Semenyo and Scott are the obvious big money makers for City, but how do the rest of the squad stack up? TransferMarkt tries to work out valuations, and at times they might be correct, and other times they could be off the mark. For example, Scott is the most expensive player, but he is worth far more than that they would sell him for.

Interested to see how the City players fared? Here's a squad value of the Bristol City transfer squad, including their changes in valuations, based on form and new contracts.

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