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The market worth of the top 5 players at Coventry City is Ellis Simms = 5.18 million.



After a fantastic display against Manchester United last weekend, Coventry City made themselves very proud.

A number of players got the chance to shine in front of millions of spectators; it’s possible that certain first-team members of the Sky Blues took advantage of this chance to place themselves in the shop window before the summer window opened.

At Wembley, a number of Coventry players made an impression. Some of them may have raised their own prices as a result of their outstanding performance in the English capital.

Speaking about their roster and player values, we have selected, via Transfermarkt, the players we believe to be the club’s best players and compared their market worth.

Milan van Ewijk – £4.31m

Milan van Ewijk - Coventry City

Van Ewijk, a right-sided player from Heerenveen, only moved here last summer, but he has already had a great influence.

According to reports, the Sky Blues paid about £3.4 million to sign him, but his market value has since grown by almost £1 million.

You would support Mark Robins in giving the 23-year-old wide player the game time he needs to improve since he should only get better with more experience under his belt.

It is not surprising that the 23-year-old has been able to have an influence in the final third at the Coventry Building Society Arena because he can play both as a full-back and in a more aggressive capacity.

Tatsuhiro Sakamoto – £2.16m

Sakamoto appeared to be a player that Coventry was in dire need of when he signed.

Sakamoto might provide Coventry an alternative as a crafty winger who can significantly alter offensive situations, even though they can still play with a back five efficiently.

It’s unfortunate that an injury problem interrupted his season early after he made 29 league games this season, scoring seven goals and dishing out two assists.

But, with the winger’s presence enabling Robins to flip between systems if he so chooses, he might build on a fantastic inaugural season at the CBS Arena.

Ellis Simms – £5.18m

It was difficult to judge whether Simms should have been included in this list, considering he hasn’t always had it his own way this season.

However, the ex-Everton man is a major goalscoring threat and his performance against United last weekend was admirable.

Scoring against Erik ten Hag’s side, he was unlucky not to score the winner after hitting the crossbar in stoppage time.

Ellis Simms’ performance v Man Utd (Sofascore stats)
Minutes played 120
Goals 1
Assists 1
Duels won 3

He should benefit from his stature and the confidence he has likely developed during the latter part of this term in the upcoming season or two.

On this list, he is the player with the highest market worth.

Callum O’Hare – £2.16m

O’Hare and Sheaf were tied for first place, and it might be argued that the former is unfortunate to not be at the top of this list.

After recovering from a serious knee injury, the offensive midfielder has been nothing short of extraordinary. Even when he isn’t able to score, he still has a significant impact on the Sky Blues.



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