Eagles’ value rises from €301m to €338m

 Eagles’ value rises from €301m to €338m

…now 15th most expensive team in world

In the latest financial rankings of national teams released by transfermarkt, Super Eagles witnessed a massive rise in the squad market value

The rise in the squad market value saw the three-time African champions move up two steps and now ranked the 13th most valuable international team globally, while also cementing its position in Africa as the most valuable team on the continent.

The Eagles boast players who ply their trade in Europe’s lucrative leagues, making them one of the world’s most valuable teams, with a total value of €338.50m

In February, they were placed 15th with a market value of €301m.

The Nigerian squad’s value witnessed an increase of €37.5m compared to the squad’s previous value.

There was a massive rise in the market value of some of the Eagles players, following their recent outstanding performances for their various club sides.



The biggest of them of all is Napoli forward, Victor Osimhen, who according to transfermarkt, has the highest rise between the month of January and March.

His excellent form saw a massive €30m rise in his market value, moving from €70m to €100m, and is now Nigeria’s most valuable player ever.

Though Leicester City midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi, saw another drop in his valuation due to seasons that have been blighted by injuries, he remains the second most valuable player in the team with €38m, compared to his previous value of €60m.

In-form Atalanta forward, Ademola Lookman, is another player who contributed to the increase in the Eagles’ market value as he moved from his previous value of €20m to €30m, following his impressive debut season with the Italian club.

Everton forward, Alex Iwobi, maintained his €25m valuation to remain as Eagles’ fourth most expensive player.

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