The 10 Brazil footballers with the highest price tag
After coming through at Santos and earning a remarkable transfer to Barcelona, Neymar quickly established himself as one of the best players in the world.
A record-breaking move to PSG then beckoned and while the Brazil international has yet to win the Champions League with his French club, Neymar is still considered one of the best attacking talents on the planet. As such, he has a FootballTransfers value of €90.1 million.
Although the striker has had to play second fiddle to Sergio Aguero for some time and is often overlooked by Pep Guardiola, Jesus still has time on his side and at 24 years of age he’s already proved that he can score goals on a regular basis for one of the strongest teams in European football.
Third on our list is undoubtedly one of the best central defenders in the game today, in PSG's star Marquinhos. The 27-year-old talent is currently worth €85.6m.
Next on the list in fourth place is the somewhat underappreciated defensive midfielder Casemiro, who remains one of Real Madrid's most vital players. At the prime age of 29 years of age, Casemiro is currently valued at €83.3m.
For fifth place on our list we go to La Liga and Real Madrid, with Vinicius Junior valued at €80.6m.
Next on our list are two outstanding goalkeepers and arguably the two most impressive shot-stoppers in the game today.
|Gabriel Jesus||Man City||€87.3m|
|Vinicius Jr||Real Madrid||€80.6m|
Fellow Anfield hero Fabinho is next on the list, who has established himself as one of the Premier League's most impressive defensive midfilders and as such is valued at €69.4m.
In ninth place is Real Madrid forward Rodrygo, who has struggled for game time this season in Spain but remains a young and exciting prospect and as such remains valued at €58.9m.
And in tenth place we have none other than Everton striker Richarlison, who has struggled with a knee injury this season but has still picked up five goals and three assists in 16 games and as such is valued at €46.4m.