Liverpool star Alisson and Manchester City's Ederson are widely viewed as two of the best goalkeepers in the world - but where do they rank among the Premier League's most valuable shot-stoppers?
Well, The Football Observatory has all the answers and you might be surprised to learn that neither Alisson or Ederson take the number one spot. When ranking players' value, they take a wide range of factors into account: age, contract length, form and so on.
A total of nine different clubs are represented in the top 10, with Arsenal the only club having two players on the list. Here, Mirror Football gives you the rundown on the league's most valuable goalkeepers...
After losing his spot as Burnley's first-choice goalkeeper to new signing James Trafford, Aijanet Muric is probably the most surprising name on the list. However, the 24-year-old was excellent in the Championship last year, while his age and the fact he is under contract until 2026 help boost his value.
A World Cup winner with Argentina last year, Emiliano Martinez has developed into one of the best goalkeepers in the world after enjoying a breakthrough at Arsenal in 2020 when Bernd Leno was sidelined with an injury. After joining Aston Villa later that same year, Martinez has continued to impress and the 31-year-old signed a three-year contract extension last January.
Currently on loan at Arsenal from Brentford with an option for the deal to be made permanent next summer, David Raya is now competing with Aaron Ramsdale for the No 1 spot at the Emirates. Spanish international Raya did sign a two-year contract extension with Brentford before joining the Gunners in case they do not take up the option to buy.
England's first-choice goalkeeper under Gareth Southgate, JordanRead on m.allfootballapp.com