Top 10 most valuable player in the world in 2021

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Transfer window has reopened for the month of January already. CIES Football Observatory has released the list of most expensive players of the world.

Here is the list of top 10 most valuable player in the world:

1. Marcus Rashford

Club: Manchester United [Premier League]

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Country: England

Value: €166m

Marcus Rashford was excellent last season with both clubs and country. He is the most valuable player in the world right now.

2. Erling Haaland

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Club: Borussia Dortmund [Bundesliga]

Country: Norway

Value: €152m

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The Borussia Dortmund striker is second in the list. The young striker is highly promising for upcoming years.

3. Trent Alexander Arnold

Club: Liverpool FC [Premier League]

Country: England

Value: €151.6m

The English right back is one of the best right backs in the world right now.

4. Bruno Fernandes

Club: Manchester United [Premier League]

Country: Portugal

Value: €151.1m

The Portuguese midfielder has made Manchester United a title contender again. He is in the 4th position on the list.

5. Kylian Mbappe

Club: Paris Saint-Germain [Ligue 1]

Country: France

Value: €149.4m

One of the most promising youngsters. He has already proved himself in the top flight. According to some, the French international is a potential Ballon D’or winner in future

6. Jadon Sancho

Club: Borussia Dortmund [Bundesliga]

Country: England

Value: €148.3m

The English winger is also in the list. He is in the wishlist of many top clubs of Europe.

7. Joao Felix

Club: Atletico Madrid [La Laiga]

Country: Portugal

Value: €141.5m

Another Portuguese in the list. Atletico Madrid’s young man is another emerging talent.

8. Alphonso Davies

Club: Bayern Munich [Bundesliga]

Country: Canada

Value: €139.2m

The 20-year-old left-back won the continental treble last season and has made an impact on the squad.

9. Raheem Sterling

Club: Manchester City [Premier League]

Country: England

Value: €136.9m

The Manchester City winger is also in the list. He is very consistent for Pep Guardiola’s side.

10. Kai Havertz

Club: Chelsea [Premier League]

Country: Germany

Value: €136m

The German midfielder moved to Premier League last summer. Though he had a tough start in England he is 10th most expensive player in the world.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. I was looking for a list of most expensive football players in 2021 when I came across sorry excuse for a list. As soon as i scrolled down and saw Marcus Rashford at number 1 and Trent and Bruno ahead of Mbappe I knew this is a person who knows little to nothing about football or is a die hard Manchester United fan, or only watches the Premier League. Only that could even start to justify putting him at number one and Mbappe at number 5.
    I would strongly suggest this person either do their research or stick to gaming or music and stay as far away from ranking players as possible. Because basic knowledge escapes him if he thinks Rashford is the most valuable player on earth today.
    Good luck.

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