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Sport Neymar and Mbappé remain among the 5 most expensive players

23:49  23 february  2021
23:49  23 february  2021 Source:   sports.fr

Mbappe is 'only interested in a move to Real Madrid or Liverpool'

  Mbappe is 'only interested in a move to Real Madrid or Liverpool' While a move to Madrid is Mbappe's 'childhood dream', John W Henry left a favourable impression on the Frenchman and his family after they took his private jet around the bay in Nice back in 2017. 1/3 SLIDES © Provided by Daily Mail Kylian Mbappe is reportedly only interested in a potential move to Real Madrid or Liverpool this summer 2/3 SLIDES © Provided by Daily Mail Mbappe and his family went on Reds owner John W Henry's private jet around the bay of Nice back in 2017, leaving a 'great impression' 3/3 SLIDES © Provided by Daily Mail

Neymar et Kylian Mbappé ont toujours la cote. © Supplied by Sports.fr Neymar and Kylian Mbappé are still popular. An international firm specializing in consulting, auditing and accountancy, KPMG has looked into the football market in the face of the crisis through its subsidiary Football Benchmark. Like any sector of the global economy, football has obviously not been spared the impact of the pandemic. Some have certainly lost more than others. PSG, for their part, are doing quite well, at least in terms of assets since their two stars - Kylian Mbappé and Neymar - remain among the most highly rated players on the planet. The first, because of its young age and its potential, sits even at the top of this value scale, with an estimated price of 185 million euros. The Brazilian showing him an alleged price of 115 million euros, like Mohamed Salah and Marcus Rashford. Either the fifth label on the market behind Harry Kane (€ 125m), Raheem Sterling (€ 125m) and Jadon Sancho (€ 118m).

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- KPMG Football Benchmark (@Football_BM) Still according to KPMG, there is another club in France that is resisting the coronavirus effect well: Stade Rennais. Since February 2020, the Breton entity has seen its workforce increase by 50.5 million to stand at 231.3 million euros. Only six clubs across Europe have done better in the meantime: Leeds (+ € 130.4m), Fulham (+ € 117.5m), Wolverhampton (+ € 81.1m), RB Leipzig ( + € 71.4m), Granada (+ € 64.4m) and West Bromwich (+ € 53.7m).

Mbappe already one of the world's greats, beams Pochettino after Barcelona mauling .
Paris Saint-Germain hammered Barcelona in Camp Nou on Tuesday, with Mauricio Pochettino left revelling in Kylian Mbappe's exploits.PSG battered Barca in Camp Nou on Tuesday, the Parisian's taking an emphatic away win into the second leg at the Parc des Princes next month.

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