The South American qualifier for the Qatar 2022 World Cup continues its course. Brazil dominates the competition, it is close to being another of the teams with the quota for the event, but it is also the first in the matter of having more players in the ranks of the most expensive.
Neymar leads that statistic with a value of 100 million euros. A star of the Tite team, and of Paris Saint Germain, he not only attracts glances, awards, sale of shirts, but is an advertising ‘boom’.
You may be interested in: (Colombia vs. Ecuador: it’s time to win, yes or yes)
Argentina has six in the ranking
Lionel Messi escorts him with his 80 million euros behind him. The Argentinean crac leads the ranks of soccer players in his country, which in this statistic contribute six.
He has been criticized a lot with the national team, but he has been the key player to have won the title of the last Copa América and is the leader of Argentina, second in the tie behind Brazil.
His compatriot Lautaro Martínez is third with a value, just like Messi, but it is clear that the press headlines and the fans in the fans are taken by the star of PSG.
Brazil has Marquinhos, who is fourth on the list with a value of 75 million euros, while in the fifth box is the Uruguayan of Real Madrid, Federico Valverde, with 65.
Duván Zapata, the Colombian quota
The only Colombian who is part of this select group is Atalanta forward Duván Zapata. Although in recent months he has ‘wet gunpowder’ with the National Team, he has been listed in the Bergamo cast.
Zapata occupies the 20th position, as his value of 33 million euros determines it, but it is undeniable that he is a scorer, that the defenses fear him and that he is always ready to score.
You may be interested in: (Square, the player who receives the most fouls in the qualifying roundsa