Bristol City’s new £82.3m squad market value as Wolves, Spurs and Newcastle targets valued - gallery

Bristol City’s got some of the best young players in the English Football League, but how much are they valued at?

Bristol City have a big summer in store in front of them, as for the first time supporters have something to be excited about when it comes to transfers.

The Robins are nearing the end of the 2022/23 Championship season, and anything above 17th would be an improvement in Nigel Pearson's second full season at the helm. Pearson came under pressure before Christmas, but has got the club in a better place with everyone singing from the same hymn sheet.

City's squad has a lot of potential with plenty of young players, who have been given opportunities because of the need to move players on, whilst there being a lack of resources available at Pearson's disposal to bring in new faces. The sale of Antoine Semenyo in January allowed the club to sign Anis Mehmeti and Harry Cornick, and whilst the pair are still waiting for their first goals in the red of Bristol, there is a hope that there is more to come from the pair. Semenyo's exit in January, means funds are available in the summer, and there's an intrigue as to who will be brought in, with more young players expected to follow.

Sales however could happen though, and whilst he is sidelined at the minute, Alex Scott is a player in demand. A valuation of £25m has been placed on him, but how does those outside the club value him and others? Football Manager 2023 has recently had an update, and it has valued all of City's players, using their current ability as well as their contract status to come to a valuation.

Here's how Bristol City's players are valued by the Sports Interactive game, what do you think? For us, some are way off the mark whilst others are fair.

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