How Wolves’ brutal £45m squad value loss this season compares to Aston Villa and West Ham

It’s been a bad year for Wanderers’ squad valuation.

For Wolves, 2021/22 has been a season of ups and downs.

Wanderers started brightly, but have struggled for form in recent weeks, and as such, look destined for midtable obscurity.

Unsurprisingly, their middling form has also had an effect on the individual market valuations of the players in Bruno Lage’s squad.

But just how much have those valuation changed, and how does Wolves’ loss compare to their top flight rivals?

We’ve looked at figures from the opening weekend of this season and the present day to find out.

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