Marcus Rashford and Erling Haaland have been rated as the most expensive footballers on the planet in a new study published by the CIES Football Observatory.
Manchester United star Rashford, 23, is valued at £ 130-172million (€ 150-200million) and accounts for 14.8% of the club’s total squad value, while the 20-year-old striker Haaland has the same worth but is a much bigger asset to his club Borussia Dortmund at 21.5%.
Below the top pair, England internationals Phil Foden, 20, and Bukayo Saka, 19, are two of the next four players to finish in the highest transfer range, between £ 103m and £ 130m, alongside Atletico Madrid’s Joao Felix and PSG’s Kylian. Mbappe.
Marcus Rashford and Erling Haaland were considered the most expensive footballers
Bukayo Saka and Phil Foden are the next highest English players on the list, with £ 103-130million
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Further down, the £ 77 million to £ 103million range includes seven players in total, including two English: Liverpool right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold and Tottenham striker Harry Kane.
Alongside them are Chelsea striker Timo Werner, Bayern Munich left-back Alphonso Davies, Barcelona playmaker Frenkie de Jong, Juventus defender Matthijs de Ligt and Inter Milan striker Lautaro. Martinez.
It should be noted that the list established by the CIES includes only one player per club and only concerns the clubs of the five best European leagues, namely England, Spain, Italy, Germany and France.
In the Premier League, Pedro Neto is Wolves’ most valued player between £ 60-77million, with Richarlison of Everton and Youri Tielemans of Leicester valued in the same range.
Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish is valued at over £ 34million, as is Southampton skipper James Ward-Prowse.
Kylian Mbappe is alongside Foden, Saka and Joao Felix with a transfer value of £ 103-130million
Liverpool right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold is in the next bracket at over £ 77million
Brazilian winger Vinicius Jr. is Real Madrid’s most beloved player, at £ 60-77million, while Bayer Leverkusen’s Moussa Diaby and RB Leipzig’s Dani Olmo are the other players in the fourth-highest bracket of the league. transfer of the study.
In the lower echelons of the roster, the inclusion of Burnley winger Dwight McNeil is notable, as despite being valued between £ 43m and £ 60m he is worth 35.3% to his club – the second highest on the whole list.
Eibar midfielder Edu Exposito tops this list with 39.6%, while Ozan Kabak is third for Schalke (32.3%), despite the center-back being currently on loan at Liverpool.
The weakest dependence on the most valued player was recorded for AS Roma: center-back Gianluca Mancini accounts for 8.7% of the estimated total squad value.
England captain Harry Kane is Tottenham’s most beloved player, between £ 77 million and £ 103million
Jack Grealish of Aston Villa and James Ward-Prowse of Southampton are both valued at over £ 34million
£ 25m – £ 34m Eberechi Eze is Crystal Palace’s most valued player and has a club asset percentage of 28.4, while West Ham’s Declan Rice is valued on par with McNeil : £ 43m – £ 60m.
Elsewhere in England, Sander Berge and Raphina, at Sheffield United and Leeds respectively, are alongside Eze at more than £ 25million.
The four players at the bottom of the Premier League list are Newcastle’s Allan Saint-Maximin, Brighton’s Neal Maupay, Fulham’s Aleksandar Mitrovic and West Brom’s Matheus Pereira – all at £ 17-25million.
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