The portal specialized in securities in the market, Transfermarkt, published the eleventh of the Colombia selection with the best-priced players, present in the October call-up, for the three games of the qualifying round for the Qatar World Cup. Duván Zapata stands out as the best. Players like Jéfferson Lerma and Dávinson Sánchez also have outstanding value.
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The goalkeeper David ospina, the Napoli goalkeeper, is valued at 5 million euros. In defense, Daniel Muñoz (Genk), right back, has a market value of 10 million euros. Dávinson Sánchez (Tottenham), the central defender, is the second most expensive player in the squad in Colombia: 32 million euros, while Yerry Mina (Everton) is priced at 20 million euros. William Tesillo (León), a defender who plays as a winger on the left in the tricolor, is priced at 2.5 million euros.
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In the flyers area, Wilmar Barrios (Zenit), is valued at 18 million euros.
Jefferson Lerma (Bournemouth), who returned to the selection call, is one of the best valued of the squad. It has a market value of 15 million euros.
Juan Fernando Quintero (Shenzhen FC), the ’10’ of the tricolor, is valued at 6 million euros.
Juan Guillermo Cuadrado (Juventus), the winger on the right and a benchmark for the team, is valued at 16 million euros.
Luis Díaz (Porto), the left winger, has raised his price in the last year. He is currently valued at 25 million euros, being the third most valuable man of this eleven.
Duván, the best on the market
Duván Zapata (Atalanta), the forward who returns to Rueda’s squad, after being absent due to injury last round, is the most valuable player in the Colombian National Team.
According to the Transfermarkt portal, its price in the pass market is set at 33 million euros.
Zapata is emerging as a possible starter in the game against Uruguay.
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