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Each summer Prime Time Sport elaborate the Soccerex report to choose the 20 most expensive sub21 players in the world. According to the report, Kylian Mbappé He is the most expensive U21 player, with a price of 261.5 million. To the front of the PSG, Which tops the list, are followed Sancho Y De Ligt.

The most significant aspect of the document is that on this occasion three players from the Real Madrid. Vinicius He is in the eighth position. The 18-year-old Brazilian is priced at 60.1 million euros. Militao, the last player that has been presented in the Santiago Bernabeu, occupies the tenth position, leaving the seventeenth position Rodrygo, another of the signings of the merengue team of this summer, that with only 18 years is valued at 35.3 million.

The policy that you have adopted Florentino Pérez of signing promising young people has caused the group led by Zidane be the one that has more representatives in the list of the most expensive sub21 in the world of football.

Vinicius passes medical examination

Player performance

During the last campaign, Vinicius showed that, despite being one of the youngest players in the squad, he has enough quality to be in the first team. It is expected that in the following season he will continue playing for minutes and that he will get more luck facing the goal, since of the 18 matches he played in League he only left one goal in favor of the white team.

In the last year, Militao, the new defender of Real Madrid, played a total of 47 games with the Port, scoring 5 goals and leaving 4 assists. Rodrygo, forward from the Saints, is one of the future bets of the team. The Florentino club has closed its signing until 2025 with the intention of forming on the team and becoming a future star.

(More information: The best images of the presentation of Éder Militao as a new player of Real Madrid)

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