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Olympic Games: Spain dominates the top 10 of the most valuable players

With Pedri from MVP

Spain dominates the ranking of the most valuable players of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games with seven representatives in the top 10 and has the two most sought-after professionals in the tournament. FC Barcelona midfielder Pedri is the solo MVP with 80 million euros in market value, while Mikel Oyarzabal is second with 70 million.

The podium is completed by Brazilian striker Richarlison with 55 million. In fourth place and tied with the Everton striker is AC Milan’s Ivorian Franck Kessié. Dani Olmo and Pau Torres are next with 50 million euros each.

Sevilla central defender Diego Carlos (€ 45m), Valencia CF midfielder Carlos Soler, Real Sociedad pivot Mikel Merino (both with € 40m) and Brazilian midfielder Douglas Luiz (€ 35m) close the top ten posts. The eleventh is for Real Madrid winger Marco Asensio, with the same value as Douglas Luiz.

Pedri, Oyarzabal: the most valuable players of the Olympic Games

50 Nathanaël Mbuku – France – market value: € 9 million

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Stade de Reims

49 Wataru Endo – Japan – market value: € 10 M

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Stuttgart

48 Paul Bernardoni – France – market value: € 10 million

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Angers

47 Alexis Mac Allister – Argentina – market value: € 10 M

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Brighton

46 Ezequiel Barco – Argentina – market value: € 10 M

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Atlanta United

45 Facundo Medina – Argentina – market value: € 10 million

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Lens

44 Fausto Vera – Argentina – market value: € 10 million

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Argentinos Juniors

43 Pedro de La Vega – Argentina – market value: € 10 million

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Lanús

42 Kang-in Lee – South Korea – market value: € 10 million

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Valencia CF

41 Téji Savanier – France – market value: € 11 M

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Montpellier

40 Claudinho – Brazil – market value: € 11 M

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Bragantino

39 Benjamin Henrichs – Germany – market value: € 12m

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RB Leipzig

38 Rafa Mir – Spain – market value: € 12 M

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Wolverhampton

37 Paulinho – Brazil – market value: € 13 million

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Bayer Leverkusen

36 Gabriel Menino – Brazil – market value: € 14 million

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Palmeiras

35 Eric Bailly – Ivory Coast – market value: € 15 M

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Manchester United

34 Matheus Henrique – Brazil – market value: € 15 M

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Guild

33 Óscar Mingueza – Spain – market value: € 15 M

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FC Barcelona

32 Takefusa Kubo – Japan – market value: € 15 M

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Real Madrid

31 Lucas Tousart – France – market value: € 16 million

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Hertha Berlin

30 Felix Uduokhai – Germany – market value: € 16 million

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Augsburg

29 Reinier – Brazil – market value: € 16 M

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Borussia Dortmund

28 Florian Thauvin – France – market value: € 17 M

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Tigers

27 Nobodym Amiri – Germany – market value: € 18 million

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Bayer Leverkusen

26 Amad Diallo – Ivory Coast – market value: € 18 million

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Manchester United

25 Maximilian Arnold – Germany – market value: € 19 M

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Wolfsburg

24 Unai Simón – Spain – market value: € 20 M

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Athletic club

23 Marc Cucurella – Spain – market value: € 20 M

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Getafe CF

22 Takehiro Tomiyasu – Japan – market value: € 20 M

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Bologna

21 Martín Zubimendi – Spain – market value: € 20 million

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Real society

20 Eric García – Spain – market value: € 20 M

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FC Barcelona

19 Thiago Almada – Argentina – market value: € 20 M

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Velez Sarsfield

18 Malcom – Brazil – market value: € 22 M

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Zenith

17 Gabriel Martinelli – Brazil – market value: € 22 M

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Arsenal

16 Antony – Brazil – market value: € 25 million

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Ajax

15 Dani Ceballos – Spain – market value: € 27 M

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Real Madrid

14 Bruno Guimarães – Brazil – market value: € 30 M

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Lyon

13 Matheus Cunha – Brazil – market value: € 30 M

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Hertha Berlin

12 Bryan Gil – Spain – market value: € 30 M

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Sevilla FC

11 Marco Asensio – Spain – market value: € 35 M

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Real Madrid

10 Douglas Luiz – Brazil – market value: € 35 M

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Aston Villa

9 Mikel Merino – Spain – market value: € 40 M

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Real society

8 Carlos Soler – Spain – market value: € 40 M

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Valencia CF

7 Diego Carlos – Brazil – market value: € 45 M

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Sevilla FC

6 Pau Torres – Spain – market value: € 50 M

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Villarreal CF

5 Dani Olmo – Spain – market value: € 50 M

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RB Leipzig

4 Franck Kessié – Ivory Coast – market value: € 55 M

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AC Milan

3 Richarlison – Brazil – market value: € 55 M

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Everton

2 Mikel Oyarzabal – Spain – market value: € 70 M

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Real society

1 Pedri – Spain – market value: € 80 M

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FC Barcelona

15 footballers of the Spanish Olympic team in the top 50

In total, up to 15 players from the Spanish Olympic team are part of the top 50 of the most valuable of Tokyo 2020. Luis de la Fuente’s team is the most sought-after of the 16 participating in the championship. Brazil is the second most represented team with 13 professionals, among which the ex-Barcelona player Malcom (€ 22 million) or the Real Madrid player on loan to Dortmund Reinier (€ 16 million) also stand out.

Thiago Almada, Kang-in Lee, Takefusa Kubo, Florian Thauvin

Likewise, Argentina includes seven footballers in the ranking with Vélez Thiago Almada’s attacking midfielder as the best valued with 20 million euros. Valencia CF winger Kang-in Lee is the only player from South Korea (€ 10m).

For its part, Takefusa Kubo occupies the 32nd position with 15 million euros. The Real Madrid winger is the second most valuable Japanese in the tournament. Four spots down is the new signing of Tigres from Liga MX Florian Thauvin. The attacker is the MVP of France with a market value of 17 million euros.

Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: the Spanish team by market value

22 Iván Villar – Celta de Vigo – Market value: € 2.5 M

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21 Óscar Gil – RCD Espanyol – Market value: € 2.5 M

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20 Álvaro Fernández – SD Huesca – Market value: € 4 M

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19 Jesús Vallejo – Real Madrid – Market value: € 5m

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18 Javi Puado – RCD Espanyol – Market value: € 6 million

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17 Jon Moncayola – Osasuna – Market value: € 7 million

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16 Juan Miranda – Real Betis – Market value: € 7 million

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15 Rafa Mir – Wolverhampton – Market value: € 12 million

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14 Óscar Mingueza – FC Barcelona – Market value: € 15 million

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13 Unai Simón – Athletic Club – Market value: € 20 M

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12 Marc Cucurella – Getafe CF – Market value: € 20 M

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11 Martín Zubimendi – Real Sociedad – Market value: € 20 M

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10 Eric García – FC Barcelona – Market value: € 20 million

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9 Dani Ceballos – Real Madrid – Market value: € 27 M

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8 Bryan Gil – Sevilla FC – Market value: € 30 M

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7 Marco Asensio – Real Madrid – Market value: € 35 M

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6 Mikel Merino – Real Sociedad – Market value: € 40 M

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5 Carlos Soler – Valencia CF – Market value: € 40 M

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4 Pau Torres – Villarreal CF – Market value: € 50 M

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3 Dani Olmo – RB Leipzig – Market value: € 50 M

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2 Mikel Oyarzabal – Real Sociedad – Market value: € 70 M

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1 Pedri – FC Barcelona – Market value: € 80 M

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