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Modrić Now Most Expensive Midfielder in the World

CroatiaReal Madrid’s Croatian international Luka Modrić is the most expensive midfielder in the world, according to the latest valuations by renowned German-based website transfermarkt

According to the football info site, Modrić is valued at 55 million euros, making him the 9th most expensive player in the world, and the top midfielder. Modrić’s value has jumped 10 million euro since May when transfermarkt released their last valuations.

Lionel Messi (120 million euros) is number one, followed by Ronaldo (100 million euros) and his Real Madrid team-mate Gareth Bale (80 million euros). Fellow Croatian Ivan Rakitić is valued at 30 million euros, whilst Mario Mandžukić has dropped from 30 to 22 million euros.

Most Expensive Players in the World
1. Messi (Barcelona) 120 million €
2. Ronaldo (Real) 100 million €
3. Bale (Real) 80 million €
4. Neymar (Barcelona) 70 million €
5. Rodriguez (Real) 60 million €
6. Suarez (Barcelona) 60 million €
7. Falcao (Monaco) 60 million €
8. Cavani (PSG) 60 million €
9. Modrić (Real) 55 million €
10. Di Maria (Real) 50 million €

(pic: Drago Sopta / HNS)

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