The 20 most valuable players in world football right now
Kylian Mbappe | €259.2m
The most valuable player in the world is, Mbappe. 21-years-old, the second most expensive player in the world, a world champion, a four-time Ligue 1 winner and 121 goals scored in 191 appearances.
Raheem Sterling | €194.7m
Sterling may not be having the greatest 2019/20 season since arriving at City in 2015, he’s scored 89 goals in 230 appearances.
Jadon Sancho | €179.1m
The 20-year-old Englishman has already hit the 20 goal mark and has been linked with a big-money move back to the Premier League.
Trent Alexander-Arnold | €171.1m
The 21-year-old Alexander-Arnold has established himself as the best right-back in the world.
Marcus Rashford | €152.3m
Rashford is the fifth most expensive player in the world right now. The Manchester United striker has already played more than 200 times for the club, scoring 64 goals.
Mohammed Salah | €144.9m
Since signing for Liverpool for €50m, the Egyptian has scored 91 goals in 144 appearances. Incredible.
Antoine Griezmann | €136.4m
Signed by Barca for his release clause, €120 million, last summer. He’s managed eight goals during his debut season.
Alphonso Davies | €133.5m
Davies has been a revelation for Bayern Munich this season and Bayern signed the 19-year-old from the MLS in 2018 for around €18 million.
Harry Kane | €118.7m
Kane could trouble Alan Shearer’s Premier League goal record. He’s notched 136 in 198 appearances in the league.
Roberto Firmino | €118.5m
Firmino makes Jurgen Klopp’s side tick even if he doesn’t have the greatest goalscoring record.
Bernardo Silva | €115m
Bernardo looks set to be given an even more prominent role at City when David Silva leaves.
Gabriel Jesus | €113.1m
The Brazilian often has managed 63 goals in 138 appearances for City.
Joao Felix | €107.9m
Felix has four goals in 20 appearances this season hasn’t been a great return but he’s still only 20-years-old.
Erling Haaland | €107.3m
Just the 41 goals and counting for Haaland this season for Red Bull Salzburg and Borussia Dortmund and ten goals in eight Champions League appearances.
Serge Gnabry | €106.8m
The former Arsenal man has scored 19 goals this season – six of which came against Tottenham and Chelsea in two matches.
Bruno Fernandes | €104.9m
Fernandes’ value has risen since moving to Manchester United for €80 million in January.
Matthijs de Ligt | €104.7m
De Ligt joined Juventus last summer in a deal worth around €85 million and the potential to be the best defender in the world.
Mason Mount | €102.5m
This season was a breakthrough season for Mount at Chelsea.
Frenkie de Jong | €102.1m
Barca signed De Jong for €75 million last summer and the 23-year-old is already impressing at the Camp Nou.