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Spain dominates the most valuable XI of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

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The most valuable XI of all the players of the 16 teams that compete in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games reaches almost 500 million euros in market value. Spain contributes up to seven footballers to the ideal formation of the tournament and is by far the most represented team, also in all the lines of the top line-up.

Brazil, the current Olympic champion, includes two professionals in the most valuable XI: Everton striker Richarlison, valued at 55 million euros, and Sevilla FC center-back Diego Carlos (€ 45 million). AC Milan’s Ivorian Franck Kessié and German winger Benjamin Henrichs complete the ideal formation for the Olympics.

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

The Spanish team has in its squad the two most sought-after players of the tournament and logically both are part of the XI top: the young talent of FC Barcelona Pedri, the solo MVP with 80 million euros of market value, followed by Mikel Oyarzabal with 70 million. Dani Olmo (€ 50 M) is the other representative of the Red in the team’s attack.

Mikel Merino, Pau Torres, Marc Cucurella and Unai Simón

In addition, Real Sociedad pivot Mikel Merino (€ 40m) appears in the center of the field next to Kessié, while in defense, Villareal CF center-back Pau Torres (€ 50m) is paired with Sevilla player Diego Carlos .

Likewise, the left-handed winger of Getafe CF Marc Cucurella closes the left wing with a value of 20 million euros. The goal is for the Basque Unai Simón. . goalkeeper is also valued at 20 million.

The most valuable XI of the Tokyo Olympics.

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