Manchester City Leads Euro 2024 with Most Players and Highest Market Value

Manchester City and Inter Milan top the list of clubs with the most players participating in Euro 2024, while Manchester City boasts the highest total market value for its players in the tournament.

English club Manchester City and Italian club Inter Milan lead the list of European clubs with the most players represented at the 2024 UEFA European Football Championship (Euro 2024), hosted by Germany from June 14th to July 14th, with the participation of 24 national teams.

Both clubs have 13 players each representing their respective national teams at Euro 2024, which is the highest number of players from a single club in the tournament.

Three clubs share second place, each with 12 players spread across different national teams in the tournament. These clubs are Paris Saint-Germain (France), Real Madrid (Champions League winners), and Barcelona (Spain).

Two German clubs, Bayern Munich and Leipzig, share sixth place, each contributing 11 players to the tournament.

Arsenal (England) and Bayer Leverkusen (Germany) are tied for eighth and ninth place, each with 10 players.

Four clubs share the tenth position, each with a total of 9 players. These clubs are Liverpool (England), Juventus and Roma (Italy), and Slavia Prague (Czech Republic).

Based on the number of players provided by each club, "Transfermarkt," a website specializing in player and club statistics, presented a list of the most valuable players participating in Euro 2024 from these clubs. Manchester City topped the overall ranking with a total of 826 million euros (for its 13 players in Euro 2024).

Paris Saint-Germain came in second place with a market value of 658 million euros for its players (12 players), followed by Arsenal with 585 million euros (10 players), and Bayern Munich with 572 million euros (11 players).

Real Madrid and Barcelona (12 players each) ranked fifth and sixth with market values of 518 and 498 million euros, respectively.

Inter Milan (13 players) ranked seventh with 457 million euros, followed by Liverpool (9 players) with 413 million euros, Bayer Leverkusen (10 players) with 361 million euros, and Leipzig (11 players) in tenth place with a market value of 333 million euros.



No comments found