Ranking the 3 most valuable forwards in the Premier League right now (August 2021)
Signing for Liverpool back in 2017, Mohamed Salah registered himself as the club's most expensive inbound transfer for a reported fee of £36.5m, which could rise to £43m. He hit the ground running and his debut season was a sensational one for the Egyptian.
Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) - €100.00m
He won the Premier League Golden Boot and the PFA Players' Player of the Year award in his first season with Liverpool after scoring 44 goals in 52 matches in all competitions. However, Salah's form has dipped since then, as per his own standards.
He also broke numerous records within the club that included — joint-second fastest player to reach 20 goals for Liverpool. Liverpool's second-highest goalscorer in a single season across all competitions. Most goals by a Liverpool player in a debut season across all competitions and many more.
Borussia Dortmund's highly skilled prodigy is now officially a Red Devil. Ever since their downfall, Manchester United have tried several things to get closer to the Premier League trophy.
Jadon Sancho (Manchester United) - €100.00m
Ole Gunnar Solskjær's arrival at Old Trafford is proving to be fruitful for the 20-time Premier League champions. One of his latest signings, Jadon Sancho, will be an essential part of his gameplan this season.
The Manchester United manager has found himself a selfless forward who has proven himself under tough conditions with Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund. Fans will be extremely keen to see what Sancho can bring to the table with his playmaking abilities in his debut season at the club.
There was never a doubt about the top spot. England captain Harry Kane - who is widely hailed as one of the best strikers in the world at the moment - grabs the top spot on our list. He did, after all, finish the last Premier League season with the most goals and the most assists.
Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) - €120.00m
Despite being linked with bigger clubs from all over Europe, Kane remains dedicated to the North London club. Kane has been prolific for Spurs and England, and is reportedly being pursued by Premier League champions Manchester City, and for good reason.
The three-time Premier League Golden Boot winner has always been a front-runner when it comes to being the best striker in arguably the most difficult league. As the 2021-22 season has begun, fans will expect a lot from the Premier League's most valuable forward regardless of which club he will play for.