Six Chelsea players have been rated among the top 100 estimated transfer prices in world football by the CIES Football Observatory.
The Premier League is the most represented on the list, with 41 of the 100 players hailing from the English top division.
The top 100 estimated transfers have been announced by the Football Observatory, with numerous Chelsea and former Blues players on the list.
Mason Mount, Kai Havertz, Reece James, Romelu Lukaku, Timo Werner, and Christian Pulisic are all included among the top 100 highest projected transfer prices in world football, giving Chelsea a total of six players in the top 100.
Mount is the most valuable of the Blues talents, worth €100.3 million and ranking 14th overall, while Havertz is worth €93.6 million.
Despite joining for £97.5 million last summer, James is valued at €82.5 million, with Lukaku next on the list at €68.8 million.
The next Chelsea player on the list is Werner, who is valued at €56.2 million after being linked with a summer exit, and Pulisic, who is valued at €53 million.
Several Chelsea transfer targets feature on the list, including Josko Gvardiol, who is valued at €99.8 million, and Jules Kounde, who is valued at €76.5 million.
The pair have been linked with a transfer to Stamford Bridge this summer, with Thomas Tuchel seeing them as suitable replacements for Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen, who are both out from the squad.
Chelsea is also said to be keeping an eye on Juventus defender Matthijs de Ligt, who has a £120 million release clause in his contract.
On the Football Observatory’s list, the Dutch international is valued at €63.2 million, which is much less than this.
Marc Guehi, a former Blues defender, is at the bottom of the list for central defenders, with a price tag of €50.5 million barely a year after leaving the Blues for Crystal Palace.
Christopher Nkunku, another Chelsea-linked player, is rated at €72.5 million, and Tuchel might hope to reunite with the midfielder, who he previously worked with at PSG.
Thibaut Courtois and Kevin De Bruyne, both former Chelsea players and Belgium national colleagues, are also on the list, with the goalkeeper rated as the world’s fourth most valuable shot-stopper. De Bruyne is the 12th most valued offensive midfielder in the league.
With the signing of a new deal by Kylian Mbappe at PSG in recent weeks, he sits atop the list, with Champions League champion Vinicius Jr and Man City newcomer Erling Haaland rounding out the top three.