England did not reach the Nations League semi-finals but led the way in terms of squad value, more than France, Spain, or Portugal. The England team, after losing to Belgium, was eliminated from the race to the Nations League semi-finals.
However, according to Transfermarkt, the squad value of the “Three Lions” is up to 1.26 billion pounds, more than anyone else. France ranked second with 932 million pounds, 328 million less than the army of coach Gareth Southgate.
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He ranks first thanks to his expensive star. They have 3 players worth 100 million pounds or more in the squad including Raheem Sterling (115 million), Harry Kane (108 million), and Jadon Sancho (105 million), not to mention Trent Alexander-Arnold right behind with 99 million.
The value of the French team is high thanks to Kylian Mbappe – the current highest valued player in the world with £ 162 million.
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It should be noted that France has up to 8 players worth 50 million pounds or more. In this respect, the UK has only 6, but Germany is leading with 7 stars, typically Serge Gnabry with 81 million.
Spain ranked third when valued at £ 758 million, led by young talent Ansu Fati with 72 million. Fourth is Portugal (686 million pounds), in which Joao Felix has the highest value, not Cristiano Ronaldo.
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While Germany (£ 664 million) ranked 5th, Belgium with many stars came in 6th, although Kevin De Bruyne was priced at 108 million. In seventh place is Italy with 591 million pounds, led by Gianluigi Donnarumma and Marco Verratti (both 54 million).
There has been a huge drop for the Netherlands as the squad is valued at just £ 422 million with Virgil van Dijk highest at 72 million.