The current crop of Super Eagles stars is one of the best set of talents the country have had in recent years. It is also one of the youngest National team squad with an average age of 23.5 years.
Gernot Rohr’s men are also one of the most valuable squads in Africa with the Super Eagles having a market value €212.80m, just behind Senegal that sit in the first position.
With that said, Soccernet.ng takes a look at Nigeria’s top ten most valuable player. Note that, for the player to be considered, he must have played for the Super Eagles, and he should not be retired.
Also, these players are ranked based on figures acquired from Transfermarkt.
The Quartet are all valued at €10.00m. Musa joined Saudi Arabian side Al-Nassr from Leicester for €16.50m in 2018.
But the Super Eagles captain’s value has dropped by a massive €6.00m, and that could be due to the quality of the Saudi Arabian League.
Aina was formerly on Chelsea books, but he left the Blues to join Torino for €10.00m- a value he still maintains. He has made over 20 appearances for Il Toro this season.
Samuel Kalu joined Bordeaux from Gent in 2018 for € 8.50m, but he is now valued at € 10.00m. He has a contract that runs till 2022, but he could be on the move this summer after Les Girondins manager, Paulo Sousa questioned his mentality.
Onyekuru joined Monaco from Everton for €13.50m but saw his value drop due to injuries, and lack of game time. However, the Nigeria international is back at Galatasaray- a club he had success with last season.
The 22-year-old scored 16 times in all competitions to help the Lions win a League and Cup double.