The world’s most valuable XI in the world features TWO current Manchester United players, but one ex-Red misses out


THE most valuable 11 footballers in the world have been announced and feature two current Manchester United players, however there is no room for Cristiano Ronaldo.

The two current Reds who find themselves in the team are goalkeeper and three time Player of the Year, David De Gea, and summer world-record signing Paul Pogba.

However Pogba’s value is dwarfed by Neymar’s, according to findings, as the Brazilian is worth an eye-watering £213m.

Ronaldo may consistently guarantee himself a place in the top two or three footballers in FIFA award ceremonies year after year, however the CIES football observatory has found that there are three attackers who are more valuable than Ronaldo.

However, the same findings have also found that the Portuguese star is still the fourth most valuable player in the world, valued at £110m.

The full team can be found below:

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