Every Euro 2024 squad’s transfer value revealed as England prove why they’re favourites with £1.2BILLION of talent


ENGLAND have the most valuable squad at Euro 2024, according to a new study.

But the Three Lions do NOT possess the most valuable player.

GettyJude Bellingham and Co touched down in Germany yesterday[/caption]

ReutersKylian Mbappe leads a star-studded France squad[/caption]

Gareth Southgate‘s 26-man squad oozes with enviable talent, with the likes of Jack Grealish, Harry Maguire and Marcus Rashford among those to have not even made the cut.

In a study conducted by Flashscore, England‘s squad has been given a transfer value of £1.2billion.

From a team overflowing with big-money stars including Harry Kane, Bukayo Saka and Phil Foden – it’s Jude Bellingham who is deemed the most valuable.

The study reckons that the Real Madrid superstar is worth £165million, even if the Spanish giants probably think he’s priceless after helping them to Champions League glory.

While Bellingham, 20, is priced at £165m, he is just pipped as the most valuable player by Kylian Mbappe.

The France superstar, 25, is deemed to be worth an eye-watering £170m.

In other words, Real Madrid now have a £335m double act, after finally signing Mbappe on a free transfer from Paris Saint-Germain.

Didier Deschamps‘ French squad is valued at £1.1bn in total, and is the only one other than England that tops £1bn.



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In third place is Euro 2016 winners Portugal.

Not so long ago Cristiano Ronaldo would have undoubtedly been deemed the most valuable European player.


But with the 39-year-old, who remains in Roberto Martinez‘s squad, now a veteran playing in Saudi Arabia, it is Rafael Leao who has become top dog.

Portugal’s squad is valued at £898m – £76m of which is made up by the AC Milan superstar.

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Euro 2008 and Euro 2012 triumphs may now be fading into their rear-view mirror, but Spain are claimed to have the fourth most valuable squad at this year’s Championships.

Luis de la Fuente’s side are led admirably by Manchester City star Rodri, who makes up £98m of their total £784m valuation.

The Dutch are fifth in the list at £686m, and boast a particularly star-studded defence including the likes of Virgil van Dijk, Matthijs de Ligt, Nathan Ake and Micky van de Ven.

It’s actually Xavi Simons, however, that is their most valuable player – rated at £68m.

GettyRafael Leao is expected to be Portugal’s star man this summer[/caption]

Rodri will be hoping to emulate Spain’s stars of 2008 and 2012Getty Images – Getty

GettyXavi Simons is blossoming into the Dutch star man[/caption]

Hosts Germany appear in sixth at their home Euros, valued at a total £679m.

Their most valuable player, Jamal Musiala, is one that got away for England, having played for the Three Lions at youth level.

He went on to choose the country of his birth, and is now their talisman at a £100m valuation.

The Italians are seventh at £591m, with Nicolo Barella their top man at £64m – while Belgium are eighth on £511m with Man City’s £59m-rated Jeremy Doku leading their new generation.

In ninth are Euro 92 winners Denmark, valued at £352m, with Manchester United‘s Rasmus Hojlund their top-rated star at £54m.

Jamal Musiala is Germany’s top man… having played for England at youth levelGetty Images – Getty

Nicolo Barella will have Italian hopes resting on his shoulders Getty Images – Getty

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AFPRasmus Hojlund will lead the line for Denmark[/caption]

GettyHakan Calhanoglu’s Turkey round out the top 10[/caption]

And rounding off the top 10 are Turkey at £320m – with experienced midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu remaining their top man, with the Inter Milan star rated at £36m.

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At the bottom of the list are Romania, who won Group I ahead of Switzerland and Israel to qualify.

Their total squad value is deemed to be £73m – less than Rafael Leao – with Tottenham’s January signing Radu Dragusin their top man at £21m.

Meanwhile Qatar World Cup semi-finalists Croatia are ranked 12th, Scotland 16th and England’s group stage opponents Serbia and Slovenia 13th and 22nd respectively.

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