The CIES football observatory released its latest list of top100 most valuable players in Europe’s top five leagues with Kylian Mbappe leading the way.
The Paris Saint Germain star has an estimated value of €259.2m which is 65m more than Raheem Sterling who is ranked second.
Jadon Sancho (€179.1m), Trent Alexander Arnold (€171.1m), and Marcus Rashford (€152.3m) round up the top five.
Africa is also well represented in the list, and in this article, Soccernet picks out the top seven most valuable African players.
Nigeria currently have one of the most exciting young squads in the world right now, which is why it’s not a surprise that two of their players are on the list.
Ndidi’s profile has always been on the rise since he joined Leicester from Genk in 2017. This season, he has been key to Leicester’s pursuit for a top-four finish.
The Foxes are on course to play Champions League football next season, and that’s down to the performances of Ndidi.
The 23-year-old is the gel that holds the team together and makes them tick. Ndidi has a transfer value of €49.5m and has been linked with a move away from the King Power Stadium.