Jadon Sancho has been named the world most expensive player born after 2000. The England star is valued for the staggering £186 million price tag.
His teammate from Borussia, Erling Håland, is the second most expensive player estimated for £94m.
Norwich defender Max Aarons is ahead of Tottenham midfielder Ryan Sessegnon. Aarons was estimated for £37m and takes the 14th place.
Arsenal William Saliba and Gabriel Martinelli surprisingly take the 20th and the 21st place with £25m and £23m respectively.
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The England star retains his spot as the world’s most expensive player under 20 but after another great season for Dortmund his price rapidly grow for almost 200 million euros.
Most certainly the Borussia star will be the most wanted player this summer if he chose to leave Germany.
Borussia Dortmund owns the top two most valuable youngsters in Europe.
This January Borussia bought Haaland for £17m from Red Bull Salzburg and now his price increased five times since then. The value of Sancho probably reached its peak, while the price of Håland is destined to grow even more.
The 19-year-old Brazilian, known as the 'new Neymar', doubled the £40m Real Madrid paid for him last summer after an unbelievable debut season.
Rodrygo introduced himself to the world scoring a hat-trick against Galatasaray in November.
The other wonderkid that Real Madrid owns is Vinicius, although he is in the shadow of Rodrygo.
However, Vinicius broke Messi's record of being El Clasico youngest goalscorer.
Callum Hudson-Odoi signed a new five-year deal with Chelsea. Hudson-Odoi signed scored one goal and has four assists in 17 games in the Premier League.
The 20-year-old Spaniard is estimated for £52m despite he has £86.9m release clause in his contract which expires next summer.
The Valencia star got the attention of three big clubs- Liverpool, Barcelona and Real Madrid.
It was reported that Zidane is interested in signing the youngster. The 17-year-old is said to be the next superstar in French football.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer described the 18-year-old as 'one of the best finishers' he has ever seen.
Guardiola once claimed that Foden is the one player he would never sell — even for 500 million euros. The young City star made a great match recently in the Carabao Cup and he deserved the man of the match.
Moise Kean has joined Everton this summer from Juventus for £36m. He was said to be one of the biggest prospects.