Carlo Ancelotti will lead the merengue team again in this 2021-22 campaign, as he did previously between 2013 and 2015. He will do so without several of the troops with the highest market value available at that time, such as Cristiano Ronaldo (120M in 2014), Mesut Özil (50M in 2013), Sergio Ramos (45M in 2014), Ángel Di María (65M in 2014) or James Rodríguez (65M in 2014).
Yes, it will have more devalued footballers available compared to 2013 such as Luka Modric (from 40 to 10), Marcelo Vieira (from 25 to 7.5) or Gareth Bale (from 80 to 18). In addition, compared to 2014 there are also other declines such as Francisco “Isco” Alarcón (from 40 to 18), Karim Benzema (from 50 to 25) or Toni Kroos (from 50 to 40). The only climb in this ranking is that of Raphaël Varane (from 24 to 70).
The 23-year-old Brazilian defender had his personal record in March 2019, with 50 million. After dropping to 36, going up to 40 and down to 30, it returned to 40 in the June update.
The 21-year-old Brazilian left winger reached his highest valuation in between February and June 2019 with 70 million. It fell to 45, rose to 50 and since January 2021, it remains at 40.
The 22-year-old Norwegian midfielder reached his highest valuation point in December 2019 with € 50 million. It dropped to 45 and since January of this year it has remained at 40 in the different updates.
The 30-year-old Belgian left winger had a value of 150 million euros between July 2018 and June 2019. Since then, he has been losing value with each update except for the last one, where he kept the 40 million of the previous one.
The 31-year-old German midfielder had a maximum value of 80 million between January and December 2018. He fell to 60 in the first instance, 48 in the second, rose to 50 and, since June, remains at 40.
The 26-year-old French left-back is at his highest market value since March 2021 and held it in the last June update.
The versatile 29-year-old Austrian footballer twice had a maximum value of 65 million euros, in December 2019 and July 2020. Since February this year he has been at 55.
The 29-year-old Belgian goalkeeper had a maximum value of 75 million between October 2020 and January 2021. Since April, he has the current 60.
The 22-year-old Uruguayan midfielder had a value of 70 million between October 2020 and January 2021, dropping to 65 in June.
The 28-year-old French central has come to be worth 80 million in July and December 2018, dropping to 70 and returning to 80 in December 2019. It dropped to 64 in April 2020 and rose to 70 in October 2020.
The 29-year-old Brazilian pivot was worth 80 million in December 2019. It dropped to 64 in the next update, rising to 65 and staying at 70 since January.