Where does Vinicius Jr. rank among the world’s best players in transfer value?

Real Madrid, Vinicius Junior (Photo by Aitor Alcalde Colomer/Getty Images)
Real Madrid, Vinicius Junior (Photo by Aitor Alcalde Colomer/Getty Images) /
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Dortmund, Jude Bellingham
Dortmund, Jude Bellingham (Photo by Lars Baron/Getty Images) /

6. Mohamed Salah

Yes, this ranking is not just full of a bunch of players in their early 20s or less. There would have been more players of his age, but injuries have affected the values of players like Neymar, Kevin de Bruyne, and Eden Hazard. Salah, however, has been consistently delivering game after game, season after season. His statistics speak for himself and it is unreal that he delivers these numbers time and again. Although the age pulls down his value a bit to 110 million euros, he’s still at his peak and one of the best out there.

5. Jude Bellingham

Jude Bellingham is a complete package and the world knows it. There’s nothing he can’t do as a midfielder. Passing, dribbling, shooting, playmaking you name it. And they’re not even his best asset. He’s only 18 yet, but his vast maturity and understanding of the game mean he’s already ready to compete at the very highest level. A diamond almost every top team wants to put on their crown, Jude Bellingham isn’t going to come cheap. Dortmund are already valuing the player at 130 million euros, which to be honest is a fair assessment for a player as capable as him.

4. Phil Foden

The last of the three Englishmen on this ranking, Phil Foden has been the player to look out for quite some time now. But he’s not that prospect anymore, it’s his time now and he’s here. His flair and finesse leave the world in awe and he’s already shown he has a knack for showing up in big games. Guardiola’s tutelage has only added more value to him. The richest club in the world is not going to sell him but if they wanted to, the superstar would easily yield a value of 140-150 million Euros.