According to the latest ranking from the CIES Football Observatory, Achraf Hakimi is the most expensive Moroccan player in the world. Paris Saint-Germain player Kylian Mbappé retains his first place.
Borussia Dortmund side Achraf Hakimi, estimated at 79 million euros, is ranked 40th in the ranking of the most expensive players in the world, ahead of Robert Lewandowski and Son Heung-Min, both estimated value of 75.6 million euros.
French striker Kylian Mbappé retains his first place in this ranking, ahead of Raheem Sterling (€ 194.7 million) from Manchester City, Jadon Sancho (179.1 M €) from Borussia Dortmund, and Trent Alexander Arnold (€ 171.1 million) from Liverpool. The latter are followed by three stars of the Premier League: Marcus Rashford (€ 152.3 million), Mohammed Salah (€ 144.9 million) and Sadio Mané (€ 139.2 million).
According to the CIES study, the value of Kylian Mbappé is estimated at 259.2 million euros, almost 80% more than the amount of his transfer from AS Monaco to PSG in 2017. In January 2020, it was 265 million euros, before declining following the cessation of sports activity due to the coronavirus health crisis.
FC Barcelona star Lionel Messi, 33, finds himself in 21st place (€ 100.1 million). His all-time challenger, Cristiano Ronaldo, ranked 70th with a value of € 62.8 million, is the oldest player in the top 100.
For this classification, the selection criteria retained are linked to the performance of the players in their clubs and in their countries, to the age, the position held, the employment league and the economic level of the liberating club.