The Tokyo 2020 soccer tournament features some of the world’s most valued players in the market. As it is a competition restricted to the youngest of 23 years with the option of having three who exceed that age, we see some of the most promising.
The ten players with the highest market value in Transfermarkt of the tournament are the following:
The 25-year-old right winger of Real Madrid had a value of 90 million in October 2018. It fell to 32 in April 2020, rose to 40 in July and October of the same year and fell again to 35, where it has been maintained since January 2021.
The 23-year-old Aston Villa pivot is at his highest valuation moment since March, holding the June figure.
The 25-year-old Real Sociedad midfielder reached his peak in January 2021 and kept it in the June update.
The 24-year-old Valencia midfielder reached a maximum value of 50 million between June and December 2019, falling to 30 in October 2020. Since then, he has risen to his current 40.
The 28-year-old Sevilla center-back had a value of 50 million between July 2020 and January 2021, falling to the current 45 in the June update.
The 24-year-old Villarreal defender has a value of 50 million, his maximum. It reached it in January 2021 and kept it in May.
The 23-year-old RB Leipzig striker reached his current peak value in the July update, hitting 50 million.
The 24-year-old Everton striker was worth 65 million in March 202. After falling to 52 in April, he rose to 60 in October, a figure he held in March 2021 before the June update.
The 24-year-old AC Milan midfielder is at his peak in value. It reached one of 20 million in April 2020 and in just over 15 months it has almost tripled it.
The left winger of the 24-year-old Real Sociedad is at its highest value since January 2021 and maintained the same in the month of May.
The 18-year-old FC Barcelona midfielder has reached his highest rating in the most recent update, which took place this July.