Bristol City’s new £31.2m market value as Crystal Palace, Leeds and Spurs targets valued

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The 19-year-old is City’s most valuable asset and now a website can back up the claim

Star boy Alex Scott has risen to be Bristol City’s most valuable player according to one transfer website that specialises in valuations.

The 19-year-old had a breakout year in the Championship last season, playing 38 games with four goals and two assists, both as a wing-back and as a central midfielder.

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Scott had a summer to remember by winning the Under-19’s EURO Championship with England and the only player outside of the Premier League and based in England to win a medal.

His valuation has gone up significantly, just under eight times his former valuation of £720,000 from May, increasing sevenfold.

He has continued to be an important player of Nigel Pearson’s team and has two assists this season in 11 appearances, continuing to be versatile as both a defender and an attacking midfielder.

Scott is contracted to the club until the summer of 2025 and City hold all the cards, amid interest from Leeds United, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur.

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Football website TransferMarkt which presents information about players, such as their market value and transfer history, have placed valuations on the Robins first-team squad.

City’s second-most valuable player is Han-Noah Massengo, though the Frenchman’s valuation has stagnated after a few years of a drop, including a high market value of £7.20m in February 2020.

Last season’s top scorer Andi Weimann shares the same valuation as club captain Daniel Bentley, club record signing Tomas Kalas and Jay Dasilva at £2.25m.

Antoine Semenyo, despite reported interest from Bournemouth and Crystal Palace this summer window, is also at £2.25m, despite reports of a £10m bid knocked back.

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As for summer signings, Stefan Bajic is the most valuable at £1.6m, whilst Kal Naismith is second at £900k. Mark Sykes, who has become an important figure at wing-back is valued at £450k, the same as Chris Martin, Cameron Pring and this seasons top scorer Tommy Conway.

Kane Wilson, City’s other piece of business is worth £315k, the same as second-choice goalkeeper Max O’Leary.

Bristol City 2022/23 market valuations (based on Transfermarkt)

Alex Scott - £5.40m

Han-Noah Massengo - £3.60m

Andreas Weimann - £2.25m

Daniel Bentley - £2.25m

Tomas Kalas - £2.25m

Jay Dasilva - £2.25m

Antoine Semenyo - £2.25m

Zak Vyner - £1.62m

Stefan Bajic - £1.62m

Nahki Wells - £1.35m

Rob Atkinson - £1.35m

Kal Naismith - £900k

Matty James - £900k

Joe Williams - £720k

Chris Martin - £450k

Mark Sykes - £450k

Cameron Pring - £450k

Tommy Conway - £450k

Max O’Leary - £315k

Kane Wilson - £315k

Andy King - £270k

Timm Klose - £270k

George Tanner - £270k

Ayman Benarous - £270k

Harvey Wiles-Richards - £135k

Sam Bell - £90k

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