Up to 15 of the 20 most expensive players in the world would be left out of Qatar 2022, if FIFA and UEFA sanction them for participating in the European Super League
One of the threats against the teams that sought to join the European Super League, by FIFA and UEFA, was to sanction all the players who participate with not being eligible for the next World Cup., which automatically leaves 15 of the 20 most expensive players in the world without the possibility of being in Qatar 2022.
Lionel messi, star of Argentina, is the twentieth most expensive player in the world, with a token valued at 80 million euros. Due to the Super League, which Barcelona is in, it would be out of the next World Cup, in the event that FIFA and UEFA enforce the measures that they put against the teams that joined the nascent European tournament.
Barcelona’s decision would also affect Ansu Fati, the youth of the Catalan team who is considered the seventeenth most valuable player in the world, and could not play the next World Cup. Also, among the 20 most expensive players is Frankie de Jong, from the Netherlands and who would be sanctioned.
The list of the most expensive players in the world is led by Kylian Mbappé, from Paris Saint-Germain, and their presence would not be in danger, because the team from the capital of France does not appear among those involved in the Super League, but could be affected in case of being hired by Real Madrid or Barcelona.
Erling Haaland, the third most expensive, would not be left out of the World Cup either, because the Borussia Dortmund He has repeatedly said that he is not interested in participating in the nascent tournament.
Oorbe’s second most expensive player is Tottenham’s Harrey Kane and in fourth place is Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah, valued at 110 million euros, both would also be left out of Qatar 2022.
Among the names that stand out is also the Belgian Kevin de Bruyne of Manchester City, another of the founding teams of the Superliga, and Romelu lukaku, who plays in the Inter de Milan, another of the clubs that also support the initiative.