It’s no secret that the countries of South America don’t just like soccer, they really adore it. And the soccer stars here are like gods. Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay boast arguably the strongest national teams in the world, and players from these countries have consistently enjoyed success in Europe.
Transfers are also an interesting bet. You can choose who will change the team and who won’t. Choose the best and most reliable bookmaker, 22Bet, and use their soccer bet app to try transfer betting.
Let’s take a look at which people from this continent are the most expensive.
Lautaro Martinez (Argentina, Inter, $ 82m)
Martinez immediately became pro at the San Siro, and has already scored a lot of goals for the Nerazzurri. The 23-year-old striker is considered one of the best in Europe in his position. Most likely, he will sign a new contract with Inter.
Paulo Dybala (Argentina, Juventus, $ 82 million)
For several years now we have been promised that a little more, and Paulo Dybala will become the ruler of the football world. But somehow this moment is postponed and postponed.
Dybala is unstable this season, but his talent is undeniable. He has been playing for Juventus since 2015, and he scored more than 100 goals and made many assists.
Unlike many others here, Dybala’s price is slowly falling. In 2018, it was estimated at $ 129 million, and now – “only” $ 82 million.
Roberto Firmino (Brazil, Liverpool, $ 84m)
Firmino is the first representative of the Premier League on our list, after all, La Liga is more to the liking of the southerners. But this does not negate the fact that lately there are more and more Latin Americans in England.
Firmino, who won last year’s league title with Liverpool, remains a key player in Jurgen Klopp’s team despite infrequent goals. The price is unlikely to rise as he’s not so young.
Alisson (Brazil, Liverpool, $ 94m)
Another Brazilian from Liverpool, Alisson plays as goalkeeper. Very often, goal keeps are underestimated, so his market value is even more impressive. But everything is logical: back in 2018, Alisson became the second most expensive goalkeeper in the world. From that moment on, he managed to become the best goalkeeper according to FIFA, as well as win the Lev Yashin award.
Lionel Messi (Argentina, Barcelona, $ 94 million)
Messi is one of the greatest soccer players in history. He is the leader of Barcelona and the leading sniper in Europe. No one is surprised that Messi is still worth $ 94 million even despite his age, but recently he has only been getting cheaper.
Neymar (Brazil, PSG, $ 150 million)
It is unlikely that anyone will be surprised by Neymar’s inclusion on this list. When the Brazilian moved from Barcelona to PSG for $ 261 million, he changed the entire transfer market forever.
Now only his teammate Kilian Mbappe is more expensive than Neymar.