The CIES determines transfer value on variables such as a player’s age, performances, economic value of their club and inflation.
Manchester City’s Phil Foden topped the list at £163m and was closely followed by Manchester United duo Mason Greenwood (£153m) and Marcus Rashford (£137m).
Haaland secured fourth spot (£134m) and Bruno Fernandes took fifth place (£132). Frenkie de Jong (£119m), Pedri (£114m), Alphonso Davies (£113m) and Joao Felix (£110m) were the four remaining players that finished ahead of Mount.
The 22-year-old Chelsea star played a key role in the Blues claiming a second Champions League trophy in the club’s history, having scored in the quarter-final tie versus Porto and the semi-final showdown with Real Madrid.
Speaking after clinching the European Cup in Porto, Mount told BT Sport: “We are in a final and we won it. It’s such a special occasion.
“I can’t put it into words. It’s impossible. I’ve played in two [previous] finals for Chelsea and we lost them both. It’s all I’ve dreamt of, winning a trophy with Chelsea.
“To go all the way in the Champions League, we played some tough teams. At this moment in time, we’re the best team in the world. You can’t take that away from us.”