Nigeria’s Eagles now worth N38.5billion

The super Eagles  have emerge to become the twentieth most expensive team participating in Russia 2018 World Cup according to transfer market experts

Nigeria senior football team the super eagles consisting of a 23 man squad have been recently valued at 80.78million pounds (approximately N38.5billion in Nigerian Currency).

Brazil comes first in this rating putting them at (€606.15m), following them is Germany valued at (€572.85m), then France at (€572.85m), Spain at (€543.15m) and Argentina at (€475.65m)

Leading the way in Africa is Senegal, who have in their squad Liver Pool’s Sadio Mané and Monaco winger Keita Baldé with a market value of (€195.89m), ahead of Monaco (€88.56m), Nigeria, Egypt (€76.05m) and Tunisia (€28.04m).

Croatia and Iceland our rivals at the World Cup occupy the eighth (€265.28m) and twenty-second (€56.12m) position respectively.

Note that Super Eagles would have ranked higher than 20th but Nigeria’s most valuable player, Victor Moses of Chelsea valued at €16.20m, was left out from the players rated reason being he missed  the games against Argentina and Algeria.


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