Tottenham Hotspur star Dele Alli has been named as the most costly player under 21, having been esteemed at over €20 million more than Kylian Mbappe.
Subsequent to scoring 26 objectives in all rivalries last season as Monaco won the group and achieved the Champions League semi-finals, 18-year-old sensation Mbappe is relied upon to surpass Paul Pogba as football's most costly player in history in the event that he leaves this late spring.
Be that as it may, the most recent Soccerex provide details regarding players conceived on or after January 1, 1996 by Prime Time Sport has given 21-year-old Spurs man Alli a valuation of £73.6m (€82.6m).
Mbappe trails him with a sticker price of £55m (€61.7m). Borussia Dortmund youth Ousmane Dembele, 20, is third in the rundown with a value of €60.9m – a year ago it was €14m – while Leroy Sane (€51.1m) and Marco Asensio (€42.7m) make up the main five.
Marcus Rashford is just the second English player to make the best 20, coming in seventh and tipped to cost €40.6m – up from €22.5m last season – yet he comes in behind Manchester City partner Gabriel Jesus. The Brazilian was eleventh in the outline a year ago with an estimation of €19.8m, however it has ascended to €42.6m.