Euro 2021: Most Valuable Squad

The UEFA Euro  2021 Championship has seen the men been separated from the boys with the competition now in it’s quicky bomb time of knockout rounds with each country knowing who their next opponent is.

Competition of these magnitude are often graced with plethora of great football stars who are doing impressively well for their respective clubs across top-flight side in Europe.

Here on Sporty leagues, having been enjoying the trill’s and exciting moments from the Euro we’ll look at the top 5 most valuable squad at the tournament according to Transfer market.

Euro 2021: Most Valuable Squad

England – (€1.27b)

Euro 2021: Most Valuable Squad

With the plethora of superstars in the Three Lion squad it’s a no-brainer for them not to come first on this list. For the likes of Tottenham Hotspur’s forward Harry Kane, Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho, and Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling their valuation in the market isn’t less than €100m.

As such it’s expected to see them rank number one with the fact they have a team with a blend of youngsters and experience and they’re all doing well for their respective clubs in Europe. They’re also have one of the most valuable right back Reece James and goalkeeper Jordan Pickford at the Euro.

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France – (€1.03b)

Euro 2021: Most Valuable Squad

The World Cup Champions squad is worth a fortune with the plethora of talented players blessed with the team. Before the commencement of the Euro itself the bookmakers tip Les Blue as the favorite to win the trophy at the end of the competition because they’re going to be parading world class players.

For any top side who wants to sign some of Les Blue superstar like Kylian Mbappe, Paul Pogba, and the likes such team should must be ready to break the bank. Having said that Les Blue definitely deserves their place on this list with the huge amount of brilliant players they’re parading in the competition.

Germany – (€936.5m)

Euro 2021: Most Valuable Squad

The Bundesliga is rank one of the finest league in the world with top players plying their trade in the league, great side like Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Borussia Monchegladbach and RB Leipzig are some of the great teams in the Bundesliga that their players would get to play for Die Mannschft due to how consistent they’ve been.

Kai Havertz caused Chelsea a huge amount of money to sign him, and for fantastic players like Thomas Muller, Toni Kross, Gnabry and Leroy Sane still in the team it’s quite understandable why they’re rank third on the list because those guys would definitely still be commanding huge amount of money in the market.

Spain – (€906.0m)

Euro 2021: Most Valuable Squad

Over the years we know La Furia Roja to be one of the top European countries that produces a pool of talented players. The great team that won both the World Cup and Euro’s give credence to how much they’ve put in place in producing superstars who would later go on to rule the world of football.

Right now the Spanish squad is bless with a blend of youth and experience players like Sergio Busquet, David De Gea, Cesar Azpillicueta, and Koke. As for the young guys they still has age on their side and without doubt their respective value in the market would be on the high side.

Portugal – (€872.5m)

Euro 2021: Most Valuable Squad

This year Portugal’s squad is definitely one of the finest team right now in world football brimming with amazing players who all had a great campaign in their respective clubs.

Big players like Manchester United’s midfield maestro Bruno Fernandes, Liverpool’s winger Diogo Jota, the trio of Manchester City’s Bernado Silva, Ruban Dias, Juventus’s talisman Cristiano Ronaldo and many top players who are in the team.

The Seleceo national team is worth a whopping €872.5m with the plethora of brilliant players in the team right now. For many football enthusiast who saw the Portuguese’s squad of the 2000 down to 2010, you would agree that the great team has a semblance with this current ones in terms of quality and experience.

Conclusion:

The countries who did not make the top 5 list, however, would make the top 10.

Italy – (€764.0m)

Belgium – (€669.4m)

Netherlands – (€637.1m)

Croatia – (€375.8m)

Turkey – (€325.0m)

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