KYLIAN MBAPPE is officially the most valuable Under-21 player in the world, rated at £234million – with England star Jadon Sancho in second.
And the top 20 is littered with current and future England stars too, with Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold fifth at £66m.
The six-cap Three Lions youngster sits behind in-demand Matthijs De Ligt (£67m) and Kai Havertz (£66.5m), according to Soccerex.
There are no fewer than FOUR other England aces in the top 20 though, taking the total tally to six.
Phil Foden sits at No14 on the list, valued at £36m – one spot above Declan Rice (£35m).
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Ryan Sessegnon sits at 18th, rated at an impressive £30m with crocked Chelsea star Callum Hudson-Odoi completing the top 20 at £28.5m.
The valuations are all based on things such as minutes played, goals, international caps and contract length.
Outside of English players, there is a strong Premier League contingent in the top 20.
Chelsea new boy Christian Pulisic sits eighth in the list, with a £55m valuation – above 12th-placed Arsenal star Matteo Guendouzi (£38m).
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Meanwhile, Atletico Madrid newbie Joao Felix is rated at £64.5m, good for sixth on the list.
AC Milan hotshot goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma is one place behind him at £61m.
Real Madrid duo Vinicius Jr and Eder Militao complete the top ten at £54m and £49m respectively.
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