Here we show you some of the most valuable players who are not going to the World Cup
Can you guess where Scotland are in the UEFA Nations League points table? We have gathered information about some of the best players in the world, i.e. their current market value statistics.
This article will tell you about the 10 most valuable players who will not be part of this year’s FIFA World Cup.
Most Valuable Players
- Erling Haaland – €150 million
- Mohamed Salah – €90m
- Luiz Diaz – €75m
- Nicolas Barella – €70 million
- Osimhen – €65 million
- Fedrico Chiesa – €65 million
- Milan Skriniar – €65 million
- Andrew Robertson – €65m
- Alessandro Bastoni – €60m
- David Alaba – €55m
Erling Haaland is the second most valuable player in the world after his rival Kylian Mbappe, who is worth €160 million. He is currently the top scorer in the Premier League, not to mention this season’s top scorer.
It will be so sad not to see Mohamed Salah in this World Cup. He deserves to be part of the tournament, but now Egypt must perform better to qualify for the 2026 FIFA World Cup.
Salah’s Liverpool teammate Andrew Robertson is one of the above unlucky players. However, looking at their Nations League stats, Scotland are currently top of Group 1 in League B, which is quite impressive.
In a recent interview, Robertson spoke about his release from Celtic.
“The height was part of it, also the physicality – I wasn’t exactly muscle-bound. I was released at a time of quite a lot of change at Celtic. A lot of players in all age groups were released.”