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Rice named in world's best under 21s list


Filed: Thursday, 11th July 2019
By: Staff Writer


Declan Rice has been named as one of the world's top 20 most valuable players under the age of 21 in a new survey.

According to the 2019 Soccerex Under 21 report, Rice is the world's 15th most valuable young player with a value of ‎€39million - which, given some recent transfer fees and valuations would appear to be a little on the low side.

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Rice is one of six English players listed in the Soccerex index, with Dortmund's Jadon Sancho - at second - leading the way with an estimated value of ‎€120.3million.

He is followed by Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold in fifth spot and Manchester City attacking midfielder Phil Foden in 14th. The final two English players listed in the index are Fulham's Ryan Sessegnon and Wandsworth-born Callum Hudson-Odio, currently with Chelsea.

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The world's most valuable under 21, according to Soccerex's report, is Paris St Germain's World Cup-winning winger Kylian Mbappe. The full list is as follows.

1. Kylian Mbappe, Paris (€192.3m)
2. Jadon Sancho, Dortmund (€120.3m)
3. Matthijs De Ligt, Ajax (€74.5m)
4. Kai Havertz, Leverkusen (€74.2m)
5. Trent Alexander-Arnold, Liverpool (€73.6m)
6. Joao Felix, Atletico (€71.8m)
7. Gianluigi Donnarumma, Milan (€67.9m)
8. Vinicius Junior, Real Madrid (€60.2m)
9. Christian Pulisic, Chelsea (€57.2m)
10. Eder Militao, Real Madrid (€54.6m)

11. Nicolo Zaniolo, Roma (€45.3m)
12. Matteo Guendouzi, Arsenal (€42.8m)
13. Houssem Aouar, Lyon (€41.6m)
14. Phil Foden, Manchester City (€40.8m)
15. Declan Rice, West Ham Utd (€39m)
16. Ibrahima Konate, Leipzig (€36.3m)
17. Rodrygo, Real Madrid (€35.3m)
18. Ryan Sessegnon, Fulham (€33.8m)
19. Samuel Chukwueze, Villareal (€32.3m)
20. Callum Hudson-Odoi, Chelsea (€31.7m)

According to Soccerex, each player's valuation is determined using a combination of several values including the current club's average player sale value, their standard player analysis, their position and market value perception.





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