England top financial charts
England have the most valuable squad in the World Cup with a whopping combined transfer-fee value of just over £1.1 billion, figures from Online Casinos reveal.
Brazil come in second place in the most valuable stakes, with slightly over £1 billion in player-transfer value.
The Selecao are followed by defending world champions France at £950,600 and Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal with more than £824,500 in net worth per collective player-transfer fees.
In fifth spot are Spain, at over £793,760, Germany are placed sixth, with more than £793,760 in total player value and Argentina are seventh, at £557,216.
The Netherlands (£516,780), Belgium (£495,616) and Uruguay (£395,736) round out the top 10.
The national team in oil-rich Qatar scores the worst in terms of player-transfer fees, at a paltry £13,112 in combined value