Three English footballers have been included as one of most expensive footballers in the world by CIES’ new report, MySportDab reports.
Phil Foden, Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford are in the top 3 of the most expensive footballers in the world.
The England Trio are ahead of players like Kylian Mbappe, Erling Haaland and Bruno Fernandes.
Manchester City star Foden is currently the most expensive Footballer in the world and valued at £163m.
Manchester United duo Greenwood and Rashford are valued at £153m and £137m.
Haaland is the most expensive non-English player on the list with his value at £133m.
Manchester United Playmaker Bruno Fernandes is valued £132m.
PSG Star Kylian Mbappe is in 12th position due to the fact that he has only one year left on his Paris Saint-Germain contract.
Mbappe is valued just £9m more than Chelsea striker Timo Werner.
Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount is the fourth expensive English player on the list at £106m.
Meanwhile, other England players like Jadon Sancho, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Bukayo Saka are in the top 20.
Manchester City Goalkeeper Ederson is the most goalkeeper on the list at £53.2m.
Manchester City defender Ruben Dias is the most expensive defender at £98m.
Bayern Munich Star Aphonso Davies is the most expensive Full-back at £113m.
However, Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong is the most expensive player from the Nou Camp on the list and valued at £118m.
The majority of players in the top 20 will play at the Euros this summer, and only four players will miss the tournament.
Mason Greenwood won’t play at the Euro 2020 tournament and Erling Haaland’s Norway did not qualify.
Top 10 Most Expensive Footballers (CIES)
1. Phil Foden (Manchester City – £163m)
2. Mason Greenwood (Manchester United – £153m)
3. Marcus Rashford (Manchester United – £137m)
4. Erling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund – £133m)
5. Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United – £132m)
6. Frenkie De Jong (Barcelona – £118m)
7. Pedri (Barcelona)
8. Alphonso Davies (Bayern Munich)
9. Joao Felix (Atletico Madrid)
10. Mason Mount (Chelsea – £106m)