Georginio Wijnaldum will be ready to sign for Paris Saint Germain (PSG) on a three good year contract which is worth £165,000 per week which he will earn after he snubbed FC Barcelona for Paris Saint Germain.
According to the CIES football Observatory Algorithm here are the too 10 highest estimated transfer values;
1. Phil Foden (£190M)
2. Mason Greenwood (£178M)
3. Marcus Rashford (£159M)
4. Erling Haaland (£156M)
5. Bruno Fernandez (£154M)
6. Frenkie De Jong (£139M)
7. Pedri Gonzalez (£133M)
8. Alphonso Davies (£132M)
9. João Felix (£128M)
10. Mason Mount (£124M).
And for the first time in history Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea has not been included in the top ten most expensive goalkeepers across Europe's top five leagues.
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What do you think about Wijnaldum, was it right for him to snub FC Barcelona and sign for PSG after seeing the wages being doubled? Drop your comments below and let's get in touch.
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