Barcelona, Real Madrid & Atletico: Which La Liga players' value has increased the most?

Barcelona's Riqui Puig & Ansu Fati enjoyed breakthrough seasons in 2019/20

So the 2019/20 La Liga season is officially at an end.

Real Madrid were crowned champions of Spain for the first time since 2016/17, with Barcelona, Atletico Madrid and Sevilla qualifying for next season's Champions League.

Lionel Messi also collected his seventh Pichichi award thanks to his 25 league goals and the Argentine also set a new La Liga assist record by setting up his teammates on 21 occasions.

It's no surprise to learn that the 33-year-old is still the most valuable player in the Spanish top-flight, with Antoine Griezmann second and Joao Felix in third.

But what about those players whose value has increased the most in 2019/20? Don't worry, we've got you covered.

Zidane & Ramos with the La Liga trophy

Below, you'll find the 25 La Liga players with the most significant increases to their value after stellar performances over the past year.

All data sourced from Transfermarkt.

25. Rui Silva, Granada (+£5.4m)

Value - £9m

Difference - 150%

=23. Borja Mayoral, Real Madrid (+£6.12m)

Value - £9m

Difference - 212.5%

=23. Carlos Fernandez, Sevilla (+£6.12m)

Value - £9m

Difference - 212.5%

22. Emerson, Real Betis (+£6.3m)

Value - £22.5m

Difference - 38.9%

21. Jules Kounde, Sevilla (+£6.75m)

Value - £27m

Difference - 33.3%

Kounde in action

=19. Enis Bardhi, Levante (+£7.2m)

Value - £18m

Difference - 66.7%

=19. Jose Campana, Levante (+£7.2m)

Value - £18m

Difference - 66.7%

=16. Ferland Mendy, Real Madrid (+£7.2m)

Value - £36m

Difference - 25%

=16. Marco Asensio, Real Madrid (+£7.2m)

Value - £36m

Difference - 25%

=16. Nelson Semedo, Barcelona (+£7.2m)

Value - £36m

Difference - 25%

Semedo in action

15. Pervis Estupiñán, Osasuna (+£7.47m)

Value - £13.5m

Difference - 123.9%

14. Ante Budimir, RCD Mallorca (+£8.1m)

Value - £13.5m

Difference - 150%

13. Mikel Merino, Real Sociedad (+£9.9m)

Value - £31.5m

Difference - 45.8%

=11. Thibaut Courtois, Real Madrid (+£10.8m)

Value - £54m

Difference - 25%

=11. Mikel Oyarzabal, Real Sociedad (+£10.8m)

Value - £54m

Difference - 25%

Oryazabal in action

=8. Gerard Moreno, Villarreal (+£12.6m)

Value - £27m

Difference - 87.5%

=8. Pau Torres, Villarreal (+£12.6m)

Value - £27m

Difference - 87.5%

=8. Unai Simon, Athletic Bilbao (+£12.6m)

Value - £27m

Difference - 87.5%

7. Ansu Fati, Barcelona (+£12.6m)

Value - £45m

Difference - 38.9%

6. Riqui Puig, Barcelona (+£14.4m)

Value - £22.5m

Difference - 177.8%

Puig in action

5. Takefusa Kubo, RCD Mallorca (+£14.85m)

Value - £27m

Difference - 122.2%

=3. Diego Carlos, Sevilla (+£16.2m)

Value - £45m

Difference - 56.3%

=3. Lucas Ocampos, Sevilla (+£16.2m)

Value - £45m

Difference - 56.3%

2. Renan Lodi, Atletico Madrid (+£16.65m)

Value - £45m

Difference - 58.7%

1. Marcos Llorente, Atletico Madrid (+£21.6m)

Value - £36m

Difference - 150%

Llorente in action

Diego Simeone's revolutionary idea to play Llorente - a defensive midfielder by trade - as a second striker in 2020 really has paid dividends.

The rest of the top 10 is a selection of some of the best players in La Liga in 2019/20, with Villarreal's Moreno finishing as the top Spanish scorer with 18 goals.

Ocampos and Carlos' performances helped guide Sevilla into the Champions League, while Puig and Fati are the two brightest stars to emerge from La Masia in years.

La Liga is in very good hands.

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