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    After the injuries to Sadio Mané and Valencia’s José Gayà, FC Bayern is no longer the club with the most retirements for the 2022 World Cup. No football club now has as many World Cup drivers as FC Barcelona, ​​where Alejandro Balde (19), the 17th Barça professional to be called up for the tournament. This number, which Munich could not maintain until the start of the World Cup on Sunday, was celebrated by the Catalans on Friday as the all-time record for a single club at a World Cup.

    Top 20: Clubs with the most releases for the 2022 World Cup

    Liverpool FC | 7 abandoned players | Total value: €345 million

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    Average market value: €49.29 million
    Most valuable player: Trent Alexander-Arnold (€70m, England)

    Club Brugge | 8 abandoned players | Total value: €79.6 million

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    Average market value: €9.95 million
    Most valuable player: Andreas Skov Olsen (€20m, Denmark)

    Rennes FC | 8 abandoned players | Total value: €97.5 million

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    Average market value: €12.19 million
    Most valuable player: Lovro Majer (€22m, Croatia)

    Brighton & Hove Albion | 8 abandoned players | Total value: €176 million

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    Average market value: €22 million
    Most valuable player: Moisés Caicedo (€38m, Ecuador)

    Sevilla FC | 10 abandoned players | Total value: €95 million

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    Average market value: €9.5 million
    Most valuable player: Bono (€15m, Morocco)

    Arsenal | 10 abandoned players | Total value: €446 million

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    Average market value: €44.6 million
    Most valuable player: Bukayo Saka (€90m, England)

    Ajax Amsterdam | 11 retired players | Total value: €181.25 million

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    Average market value: €16.48 million
    Most valuable player: Jurrien Timber (€45m, Netherlands)

    Juventus | 11 retired players | Total value: €247.5 million

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    Average market value: €22.5 million
    Most valuable player: Dušan Vlahović (€80m, Serbia)

    Borussia Dortmund | 11 retired players | Total value: €356.5 million

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    Average market value: €32.41 million
    Most valuable player: Jude Bellingham (€100m, England)

    Tottenham Hotspur | 11 retired players | Total value: €432 million

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    Average market value: €39.27 million
    Most valuable player: Harry Kane (€90m, England)

    Paris Saint Germain | 11 retired players | Total value: €597 million

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    Average market value: €54.27 million
    Most valuable player: Kylian Mbappé (€160m, France)

    Al Hilal Saudi FC | 12 retired players | Total value: €11.5 million

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    Average market value: €958 thousand
    Most valuable player: Salem Al-Dawsari (€1.8m, Saudi Arabia)

    Atlético Madrid | 12 retired players | Total value: €324.5 million

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    Average market value: €25.86 million
    Most valuable player: João Félix (€50m, Portugal)

    Chelsea FC | 12 retired players | Total value: €432.5 million

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    Average market value: €36.04 million
    Most valuable player: Mason Mount (€75m, England)

    Madrid | 13 retired players | Total value: €685.5 million

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    Average market value: €52.73 million
    Most valuable player: Vinicius Junior (€120m, Brazil)

    Manchester United | 14 retired players | Total value: €525 million

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    Average market value: €37.5 million
    Most valuable players: Bruno Fernandes & Antony (€75m each, Portugal/Brazil)

    Al Sadd SC | 15 retired players | Total value: €11.5 million

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    Average market value: €765 thousand
    Most valuable player: Akram Afif (€4m, Qatar)

    Bayern Munich | 16 retired players | Total value: €784 million

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    Average market value: €49.00 million
    Most valuable player: Jamal Musiala (€100m, Germany)

    Manchester City | 16 retired players | Total value: €855 million

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    Average market value: €53.44 million
    Most valuable player: Phil Foden (€110m, England)

    FC Barcelona | 17 retired players | Total value: €723 million

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    Average market value: €44.25 million
    Most valuable player: Pedri (€100m, Spain)

    Like the Munich 16 players, the English champions continue to offer Manchester City, whose league, the Premier League, is unrivaled in terms of the value of the players sent. You can follow the players of the individual clubs in terms of appearances and goals at any time during the tournament in our TM statistics.

    Bayern still have twice as many players from the squad as non-nominated professionals. With the Senegalese Mané, eight players are missing from the current team, including the two reserve goalkeepers and two Austrians, whose country could not qualify. Man City is in the total value of the World Cup drivers with 855 million euros, an average of 53.44 million euros, now well ahead of Munich with 784 million euros (ø 49.00 million euros). The eleven stars from Paris Saint-Germain around Neymar and Kylian Mbappé produce the highest average with 54.27 million euros. The most valuable Bayern representative is DFB youngster Jamal Musiala (100 million euros).

    After the number of professionals playing in the German leagues in South Africa (84) had decreased continuously since 2010, the number of World Cup participants from the Bundesliga and 2nd division rose again for the first time compared to 2018. Instead of 67, there are now 80, of which three from the lower house are present: the Australian Jackson Irvine (FC St. Pauli), the Japanese Ao Tanaka (Fortuna Düsseldorf) and the Cameroonian Gael Ondoua (Hannover 96). This year, however, a total of 96 more squad positions are available. This time the national coaches were able to nominate 26 instead of 23 players.

    World Cup players from English clubs break 4bn – Over 2bn total value from Spain

    The world’s top market for World Cup releases remains England. The most players from the English professional leagues are in Qatar with over 160. The almost 140 kickers from Premier League clubs alone have a total value of a good 4.2 billion euros. The football leagues from Spain (86) continue to release the second most players, but only five more than in 2018. The increase in the national leagues (from 67 to 80) is therefore significantly higher. In terms of total market value, players from Germany’s top division are behind Spain’s LaLiga with around €2.2 billion at over €1.9 billion.

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    Fourth place in an international comparison is occupied by 70 players employed in Italy. Series A has a market value contribution of around EUR 1.25 billion, with the “Squadra Azzurra” itself not being included. Defending champions France have the fifth most participants in World Cup squads at 58, while the Équipe Tricolore are the national team among top European nations that have the fewest players from their own league (6) in Qatar. The French association called up four players from FC Bayern alone.

    Note: This text first appeared on Transfermarkt on 11/16/2022 and has been updated.

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    Christopher Nkunku (France/RB Leipzig) | Market value: €80 million

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    Reece James (England/Chelsea) | Market value: €70 million

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    Wesley Fofana (France/Chelsea) | Market value: €65 million

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    Sadio Mané (Senegal/FC Bayern) | Market value: €60 million

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    Diogo Jota (Portugal/Liverpool) | Market value: €55 million

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    Presnel Kimpembe (France/PSG) | Market value: €40 million

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    José Gayà (Spain/Valencia) | Market value: €40 million

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    Emile Smith Rowe (England/Arsenal) | Market value: €38 million

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    Ben Chilwell (England/Chelsea) | Market value: €38 million

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    Paul Pogba (France/Juventus) | Market value: €35 million

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    Mike Maignan (France/Milan) | Market value: €35 million

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    Pedro Neto (Portugal/Wolverhampton) | Market value: €32 million

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    N’Golo Kante (France/Chelsea) | Market value: €30 million

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    Timo Werner (Germany/RB Leipzig) | Market value: €25 million

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    Nicolás González (Argentina/Fiorentina) | Market value: €23 million

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    Giovani Lo Celso (Argentina/Villarreal) | Market value: €22 million

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    Joaquín Correa (Argentina/Inter Milan) | Market value: €20 million

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    Florian Neuhaus (Germany/Gladbach) | Market value: €20 million

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    Lukas Nmecha (Germany/VfL Wolfsburg) | Market value: €18 million

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    Arthur Melo (Brazil/Liverpool) | Market value: €18 million

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    Moussa Niakhate (Senegal/Nottingham) | Market value: €18 million

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    Tecatito (Mexico/FC Sevilla) | Market value: €14 million

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    Georginio Wijnaldum (Netherlands/AS Roma) | Market value: €12 million

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    Bartlomiej Dragowski (Poland/Spezia Calcio) | Market value: €4.5 million

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    Yvon Mvogo (Switzerland/FC Lorient) | Market value: €3.5 million

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    Maxime Crepeau (Canada/Los Angeles FC) | Market value: €3 million

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    Bouna Sarr (Senegal/FC Bayern) | Market value: €2.5 million

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