ARSENAL have persevered through a rollercoaster first season under new boss Unai Emery after the departure of long-term manager Arsene Wenger.
The Gunners went 22 game unbeaten right off the campaign yet late Premier League annihilations to both Manchester City and West Ham have seen them slip underneath Manchester United to 6th in the table.
Notwithstanding the disappointing league position and just an advance arrangement for Denis Suarez being finished in January, there is motivation to be happy for fans – with the estimation of two players specifically soaring this season.
Guendouzi joined Arsenal from French side FC Lorient in July for an expected £7million in addition bonuses.
The France under-21 worldwide was evaluated at £6.30m and is currently worth £18.00m.
Torreira, a £27.00m buy from Sampdoria, has seen his esteem increment from £27.00m to £49.00m in merely months.
One marking who merits a far littler charge is free exchange Stephan Lichtsteiner, who is the least esteemed individual from the first-team squad at just £1.35m.
Lichtsteiner may merit the least, yet which Arsenal star merits the most?
Stephan Lichtsteiner – £1.35m
Petr Cech – £2.25m
Carl Jenkinson – £2.25m
Konstantinos Mavropanos – £2.70m
Ainsley Maitland-Niles – £6.30m
Nacho Monreal – £9.00m
Laurent Koscielny – £9.00m
Mohamed Elneny – £9.00m
Denis Suarez (loan) – £10.80m
Rob Holding – £10.80m
Danny Welbeck – £13.50m
Sokratis – £18.00m
sead Kolasinac – £18.00m
Matteo Guendouzi – £18.00m
Bernd Leno – £22.50m
Alex Iwobi – £22.50m
Henrikh Mkhitaryan – £27.00m
Shkodran Mustafi – £27.00m
Mesut Ozil – £31.50m
Aaron Ramsey – £36.00m
Hector Bellerin – £36.00m
Granit Xhaka – £45.00m
Lucas Torreira – £49.50m
Alexandre Lacazette – £58.50m
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – £67.50m