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Every A-League club's most valuable players

07:37 GMT+3 18/02/2019
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Which players are commanding the most in the transfer market?

After looking at the overall value of each A-League squad, Goal now casts its attention to every club's most valuable players in the transfer market right now.

With the help of Transfermarkt, we've listed every club's most pricey player and those hot on their heels.

From Keisuke Honda to Siem de Jong, these are the players that are currently demanding the most in the transfer market.

Check them all out below...

  • Isaias Sanchez Adelaide United

    Adelaide United: Isaias (£675k/$1.2m)

    The Spaniard has been in red-hot form for Adelaide over the past few seasons and at 32 still has a few good years left in him.

    Craig Goodwin and Mirko Boland are just behind him with an estimated value of $975,000.

  • Brisbane Roar Eric Bautheac

    Brisbane Roar: Eric Bautheac (£1.35m/$2.4m)

    The French winger is off contract at the end of the season and he hasn't really lived up to such a lofty pirce tag in the A-League.

    An injured Brett Holman remains the club's second most valuable at $1.2m despite spending the entire season on the sidelines with Alex Lopez in third at $975,000.

  • Tommy Oar Central Coast Mariners

    Central Coast Mariners: Tommy Oar (£1.35m/$2.4m)

    Despite being plagued by injuries, Oar remains a valuable asset for the Mariners.

    He's worth double that of the club's next best with Michael McGlinchey valued at $975,000 and Aiden O'Neill at $810,000. 

  • Bruno Fornaroli

    Melbourne City: Bruno Fornaroli (£1.35m/$2.4)

    While he's no longer playing, Fornaroli remains City's most valuable player but will be allowed to leave for free at the end of the season.

    Just behind him is Ritchie De Laet, who is valued at $2m, with Dario Vidosic still fetching a tidy $1.3m. 

  • Keisuke Honda Melbourne Victory

    Melbourne Victory: Keisuke Honda (£3.60m/$6.5m)

    The Japanese star is still worth a pretty penny on the transfer market as his form this season has justified.

    Ola Toivonen is unsurprisingly Victory's second most valuable at $2.4m with Raul Baena and Terry Antonis tied for third with a value of $1.6m each. 

  • Ronald Vargas Newcastle Jets

    Newcastle Jets: Ronald Vargas/Dimitri Petratos (£900k/$1.6m)

    The attacking duo have formed a lethal partnership for the Jets over the past two seasons and suitably share the honour for most valuable.

    Roy O'Donovan and Nikolai Topor-Stanley are then tied for third with a value of $450,000. 

  • Diego Castro Perth Glory

    Perth Glory: Diego Castro (£720k/$1.3m)

    While still sparking, Castro's advancing age means his value has decreased quite considerably over the past year.

    Just behind him are Andy Keogh and Matthew Spiranovic with both evaluated at $1.2m. 

  • Siem De Jong Sydney FC

    Sydney FC: Siem de Jong (£2.25m/$4m)

    The Ajax loanee has been hamstrung by injury this season but at 30 his value is still going strong.

    Behind him, Adam Le Fondre, Reza Ghoochannejhad and Milos Ninkovic are all valued at $1.6m. 

  • Cillian Sheridan Wellington Phoenix

    Wellington Phoenix: Cillian Sheridan (£720k/$1.3m)

    The Irish attacker is yet to score for the Nix but has added serious value to their frontline.

    Mandi is the club's second most valuable at $1.1m while Roy Krishna is valued at $940,000. 

  • Oriol Riera Western Sydney Wanderers

    Western Sydney Wanderers: Oriol Riera (£1.35m/$2.4m)

    Subject to offers in January, the Spanish striker has stayed put in Western Sydney and will be hoping to prove his worth by the end of the season.

    Josh Risdon and Roly Bonevacia are the club's next most valuable players at $1.2m with both set to depart the side.