Although 2020 might not have been great for football on the whole, especially in the financial aspects of the game, there have been some positives for many of the star players currently plying their trade.

Whilst the viral pandemic has sent the financial side of football plummeting in regards to wages and transfer fees being paid out, there have been a number of quality individuals to have seen their own transfer values go up, thus showing that they have been doing something right on the pitch. These are the players that bettors who do sports betting online will look out for to ensure they win the wagers they place.

Indeed, whilst transfer values by TransferMarkt might only provide an indicator as to how much a player is valued at, it can sometimes be used as a great measuring tool, as well.

The transfer website routinely change the market values of each player across a number of leagues and do so with a number of things being taken into consideration.

Thus, in the latest round of alterations, two of the youngest, yet biggest, talents in the Bundesliga have benefited with huge increases to their values since January 1, 2020.

The duo have seen their values shoot up by a whopping £49.5 million each. The two players to have had this increase are Erling Braut Haaland and Alphonso Davies of Borussia Dortmund and FC Bayern Munich respectively.

Haaland, who was crowned the Golden Boy of 2020, had his worth increase by more than double, as he is now valued at a whopping £90 million.

Davies, who is the same age as Haaland (20), is worth £72 million, thus a rise of over 200% since the start of 2020.

FC Barcelona sensation Ansu Fati, 18, has also seen his own transfer value double, as he is now also worth £72 million.

Four players from the Premier League have each seen their values increase by huge amounts as well, with two Manchester United players featuring.

It should come as no surprise that Bruno Fernandes has had his value increase, whilst Mason Greenwood has also seen his value increase by the same £27 million.

Phil Foden of Manchester City is now valued at £54 million as is Borussia Dortmund’s American Giovanni Reyna.

Bukayo Saka of Arsenal had an increase of over 200% as well, as he is now worth £36 million, although Gunners fans will believe it will be a lot higher.

Bayer Leverkusen youngster Edmond Tapsoba, 21, received a huge increase of 566.7%, from £4 million to £27 million.

Jude Bellingham saw the biggest increase as he saw his transfer value percentage almost jump by 1000%, as he jumped from £2.3 million to a huge £24.3 million and is likely only going to see it rise.