10/04/2021 at 6:25 PM CEST
Borussia Dortmund forward, Erling Haaland, is the U21 player with the highest market value currently with 130 million euros. With 11 goals and four assists in this 2021/22 season and 68 goals in 67 meetings with the German team, the attacker is one of the players on the agenda of all the big clubs in Europe.
The Norwegian, who has missed Marco Rose’s last three games due to injury, he is seconded by Manchester United winger Jadon Sancho, who has a market value of 100 million euros. The podium is completed by the FC Barcelona midfielder, Pedri, whose cost amounts to 80 million euros, as does Manchester City midfielder Phil Foden.
The eleven of the under 21 players that have the most market value is the following: Ilan Meslier (€ 20M); Reece James (€ 40M), Benoît Badiashile (€ 28M), Wesley Fofana (€ 40M), Alphonso Davies (€ 70M); Jadon Sancho (€ 100M), Pedri (€ 80M), Eduardo Camavinga (€ 55M), Phil Foden (€ 80M); Joao Félix (€ 80M), Erling Haaland (€ 130M).
The Premier rules in young talent
The British league establishes itself as the favorite territory of young talent: five of the eleven Under-21 players with the highest market value currently compete in the Premier League. This is the case of Ilan Meslier (Leeds United), Reece James (Chelsea), Wesley Fofana (Leicester City), Jadon Sancho (Manchester United), Phil Foden (Manchester City).
LaLiga has three representatives (Pedri, Camavinga and Joao Félix), while the Bundesliga remains at two (Davies and Haaland) and Ligue 1 at one (Badiashile). Serie A, on the other hand, is the only one of the five major leagues that is not represented in the eleven.