Portugal started on the 15th against Hungary, and the European Guard ranked fifth among 24 participants-costing 872.5 million euros to win the 2016 European defense. The bad news is that it ranks third among the four teams, second only to France and Germany.
And, according to data from Transfermarkt, a website that specializes in the market value of athletes, 36-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo is only the sixth most expensive in Portugal, estimated at 45 million euros, and three companions.
Bruno Fernandez from Manchester United topped the list with 90 million, followed by Felix, a young guy from Atletico Madrid, with 80 points, and the Manchester City trio composed of Ruben Dias, Bernardo and Cancelo. Group, the values are 75, 70 and 550,000 euros, respectively.
Only then did the CR7 lineup appear at the same price as Andre Silva, Ruben Neves and Diogoyota.
Of course, age is the decisive factor in these accounts: so many that the long-established Pepe is the last in the list of 26 people selected by Fernando Santos, worth 38 years and only 1 million euros.
Only Spain (fourth), Germany (third), France (second) and the great leader Britain are more valuable than Portugal. The last two are the only numbers worth ten digits: 1.32 billion euros, British, 1.03 billion euros, Welsh.
But the most valuable player in the world belongs to the “deputy” general: of course, Kylian Mbappé, worth 160 million euros. Ranked second in the list of players worth 120 million is England player Harry Kane from Tottenham Hotspur.
Rookie Finland is the lowest value among 24 people. With a rating of 44 million, the total cost of its 26 athletes is lower than CR7 alone-maybe even lower than Mbappé’s worst left foot.