After the transfer assessment by CIES was updated, the world’s most expensive XI was revealed and seven Premier League players made the cut.
Former leader and PSG superstar Kylian Mbappe has been removed from the list, and everything has changed.
The French have been superseded by Manchester United star Marcus Rashford at the top, with many young people from all over the world closing the top ten.
Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester City, etc. are also included in the most expensive XI, but Borussia Dortmund has two players in the top ten.
According to CIES, this is the world’s most expensive XI deployed in a 4-3-3 formation.
Manchester and Brazil stoppers are at the top of the list for just under £ 80, overtaking Barcelona’s Marc Andre Terstegen and his compatriot Alison.
Trent Alexander Arnold (RB)
Liverpool’s right back is the most expensive defender in the world and it’s not hard to understand why based on his recent performance at the Reds.
Alphonso Davies (LB)
The Canadians helped bring Bayern Munich to the Champions League glory last summer, literally plunging into the scene in the last 12 months.
Ruben Dias (CB)
The second representative on the list, Diaz, has been an important player in the Sky Blues since joining the summer.
Matais de Rigto (CB)
De Ligt has the potential to take his career even further and become one of the greatest center halves ever since joining Juventus from Ajax.
Bruno Fernandes (CM)
Arguably the best player on the planet so far, Fernandez has turned United into a real title candidate this season.
Kai Havertz (CM)
He didn’t start running in Chelsea, but Havertz is still considered one of the most promising talents on the planet and should work.
Mason Mount (CM)
Perhaps an amazing inclusion, 21-year-old Mount has appeared in almost every game in Chelsea, demonstrating his abilities in recent years.
Kylian Mbappe (RW)
The last man on the list, Mbappe, is down fifth on the list, probably because his contract expires in 2022, but he’s still firing on all cylinders in PSG.
Erling Harland (ST)
Harland, the second most expensive player on the list, has been in a bright red state since joining Borussia Dortmund and it was only a matter of time before he moved to the top team.
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Marcus Rashford (LW)
Comfortably at the top of the list, Rashford is also essential to the turnaround of United’s form and is becoming more and more powerful.
World's Most Expensive XI with Transfer Values Including 7 Premier League Stars
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