Thus and using the 4-3-3 system, the eleven with the most valuable players would be formed as follows:
- Thibaut Corutois (Belgium)
- Trent Alexander-Arnold (Ingleterra)
- Ruben Dias (Portugal)
- Mathis de Ligt (Netherlands)
- Alphonse Davis (Canada)
- Jude Bellingham (Ingleterra)
- Phil Foden (England)
- Kevin De Bruyne (Belgica)
- Kylian Mbappe (France)
- Robert Lewandowski (Polonia)
- Vinicius Jr. (Brazil).
Thibaut Courtois (Belgium) Comes from having a great season in which it was decisive for Real Madrid to lift a new Champions League with an epic comeback, with Belgium as the great standard of those victories. His market value at age 30 is €60 million.
Trent Alexander Arnold (England) has a superb punch and plays for a team Liverpool, which consistently uses full-backs as an attacking weapon. At just 23 years old, he has become one of the most sought after footballers in the world and the English team has listed him for €80 million.
reben dias Came from (Portugal) Benfica and at the age of 25 he already has a World Cup, Russia 2018. He moved to Manchester City in the 2020/21 season and has since established himself as a defensive asset in the Josep Guardiola-led side. So much so that the sheikhs decided to chip away at him for €75 million.
Matthijs de Ligta (Netherlands) shone at Ajax in that unforgettable 2019 Champions League, where they were eliminated by Tottenham under Mauricio Pochettino, but in which they dazzled the world with their colourful, effective and courageous game. De Ligt was the captain and symbol of that formidable team. That performance took him to Juventus, where he failed to gain a foothold in terms of results, and after two seasons he was transferred to Bayern Munich for €67 million. His tab is currently €70 million.
Alphonse Davis (Canada) is only 21 years old and will be playing his first World Cup while looking forward to the next World Cup, with his country, Canada, as a host. A fast and skilled player, he plays as a left back for Bayern Munich and has a market value of €70 million.
With 22 years, Phil Foden (England) Qatar will play its first World Cup in 2022. The Manchester City player has all the conditions to be one of those mixed midfielders who can turn into a striker in a matter of seconds and that is why he hits the target very often. His variety in the game makes him one of the most expensive players in the world and this is the reason Manchester City set their record for €90 million.
Jude Bellingham (England) took over the midfield of Borussia Dortmund at the age of just 19. Versatile, fast and experienced player for the brand and skilled, tactical and effective in offensive play. Many predict that this will be his last season in the Bundesliga before moving to a more powerful and competitive league. Its cost is €80 million.
Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium) A prolific player with vision of the game and striking accuracy, pulling all the strings in the attack for Manchester City and his team. A cerebral footballer of incalculable value. However, his file indicates that whoever wants to take it will have to pay €85 million.
Kian Mbappe (France) Paris is one of the galactic Saint Germain is one of the most outstanding figures of Qatar 2022 World Cup. At the age of 18, the world champion, the fast and skillful striker will try to repeat the crown he won four years ago in Russia. It has a market value of €160 million, the most expensive of the team.
Vinicius Junior (Brazil) is already an undisputed player in Real Madrid’s starting squad and was a banner in the Champions League they won last season. A footballer of extreme skill who reaches the goal with ease. The Spanish capital’s team cost the Brazilian striker €100 million.
say many (Ghana) The German shone at Liverpool under the technical and tactical leadership of Jurgen Klopp, but this season he moved to Bayern Munich, where he has already established himself in the starting team and has already been compared to the German team. In the even higher hierarchy, one of the great favorites to win the Champions League. Under his command, Ghana won the African Cup of Nations for the first time and won a World Cup qualifying playoff in an inevitable heads-up match against Egypt, where his attacking partner Mohamed Salah played in the English team. The African footballer has a record €70 million.