The 10 highest valued Under-21 players at the World Cup

James Shearman Updated: 18 Nov 2022 20:08 GMT 2 min read
Jude Bellingham, Borussia Dortmund, 2022/23

European players dominate the list of the 10 highest valued under-21 players selected for this Winter’s World Cup in Qatar.

The leader is Jamal Musiala, who is valued €95.3 million, according to Football Transfers’ algorithm.

The 19-year-old has starred for Bayern Munich this season, scoring 9 goals and assisting six more in just 12 Bundesliga starts.

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England star Jude Bellingham's €88m value has him in second place, ahead of compatriot Bukayo Saka (€59.7m), who turned 21 in September.

In fourth, Real Madrid youngster Eduardo Camavinga (€57m) ranks higher than Barcelona talent Pedri (€55.3m).

Chelsea target Josko Gvardiol (€55.1m) is the most valuable under-21 defender at the World Cup.

Gavi is the second Barcelona player on the list, with a value of €54.8m.

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Paris Saint-Germain summer signing Nuno Mendes (€54.7m) is the most valuable full-back on the list.

Jurrien Timber (€44m) and Yeremy Pino (€43.4m) round out the 10 highest valued Under-21 players at the World Cup.

The 10 highest valued Under-21 players at the World Cup

NameCountryEstimated value
Jamal MusialaGermany€95.3m
Jude BellinghamEngland€88m
Bukayo SakaEngland€59.7m
Eduardo CamavingaFrance€57m
PedriSpain€55.3m
Josko GvardiolCroatia€55.1m
GaviSpain€54.8m
Nuno MendesPortugal€54.7m
Jurrien TimberHolland€44m
Yeremy PinoSpain€43.4m