The Three Lions, England, is currently the most valuable team participating in the World Cup with its squad ranking first at €1.499 billion. The team coached by Gareth Southgate’s England has never won the FIFA World Cup since 1966.

Brazil, a five-time World Cup winner is currently valued at €1.455 billion making it the second most valuable team participating in the 2022 World Cup. Vinicious Junior is Brazil’s most valuable player going at €201 followed by PSG’s Neymar.

Defending world champions France comes third with a value of €1.337 billion with PSG’s Kylian Mbappe being the most valuable player in the team.

2010 World Cup champions Spain are fourth in line being valued at €1.201 billion. Barcelona’s 19-year-old midfield maestro Pedri is currently Luis Enrique’s most valuable player valued at €158 million.

CIES Football Observatory has ranked Portugal as the fifth most valuable squad participating in the 2022 World Cup standing at €1.154 billion. Manchester City’s Ruben Dias has been identified as the most valuable player in the team valued at €118 million surpassing Cristiano Ronaldo.

Fout time WorldCup champions Germany has been ranked sixth with a value of €1.02 billion with Bayern Munich’s Jamal Musiala being their most valuable player at €151 million.

Louis van Gaal’s Netherlands has been ranked seventh with a value of €756 million with Barcelona’s 25-year-old midfielder Frenkie de Jong being their most valuable player worth €110 million.

Two-time World Champions Argenta come 8th with a value of €748 million.

Uruguay takes the 9th position with a value of €590 million while Belgium ends the top most valuable World Cup squad list with a value of €562 million.

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