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New Bukayo Saka price revealed after Arsenal star shines at World Cup amid Edu contract decision

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Bukayo Saka’s impressive form is reflected in his transfer value as the Arsenal youngster goes from strength to strength.

His double helped England to an opening game victory at Qatar 2022 but the quality of his goals spoke volumes about his continuing improvement. This was Saka’s World Cup debut and he wasn’t fazed, in fact, he energised his side in a whirlwind start for the Three Lions.

Gareth Southgate’s men came out of the traps quickly and Saka was at the forefront of attacking bodies creating havoc for Iran’s defence. On the world stage he demonstrated his skills to the best of his ability.

READ MORE: Full list of Arsenal players going to Qatar 2022 World Cup including Thomas Partey decision

Whilst it is merely a continuation of his recent form, four goals and six league assists in 14 matches already, his presence for both club and country only enhances his wider standing in the football world.

Saka’s contract has just over 18 months left on it and the Gunners are keen to tie him down to a longer-term deal, but as the days count down the more nervous a wait it becomes. The 21-year-old is the star jewel of the club and represents a leading pathway for Hale End players too, but if he doesn’t commit himself to the club then it could cause Mikel Arteta an issue.

However, on the flip side, Saka’s form means he is currently the most valuable he has ever been. According to Transfermarkt he is worth £77.8m, though reported values have also placed him above £100m. If any club was to make a genuine bid for the youngster then it surely take over that mark to even get into negotiations, such is the way he is playing and the importance he holds for the league leaders.

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