The Super Eagles of Nigeria have retained their status as the second most valuable national team on the continent of Africa with a valuation of €230.68million.
They have also been ranked among the 100 Most Valuable National Teams in the world with the Nigerian senior national side also making the top 21.
According to Transfermarkt, the Gernot Rohr-led side is the second most valuable team in Africa behind fellow West Africans, Senegal with a market valuation of €230.68m.
While the Teranga Lions of Senegal are in 12th spot on the global stage with a valuation of €344.43million. Nigeria’s Super Eagles are currently occupying the 21st position in the world rankings of national teams.
The Atlas Lions of Morocco is currently the third most valuable African team and 23rd in the world, on €189.83million.
Leicester City and Super Eagles midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi is currently Nigeria’s most valuable player after his market value remained the same from the last rating in August (€45m).
Ndidi has 122 Premier League games under his belts across five seasons, scoring six goals. He finished second both as EPL’s top tackler and best interceptions last season but is out injured.
Victor Osimhen is Nigeria’s Super Eagles’ second most valuable player with the striker also still on €40m from the last rating despite moving to Napoli from Lille for a fee of €70m earlier this summer.
The Three Lions of England are still rated as the Most Valuable National Team in the world with a staggering market value of €1.38billion ahead of second-placed France with a value of €1.23bn.
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