The 2022 Qatar World Cup has almost arrived and it will see some of the best players in the world take each other on in an unprecedented environment.
Many fans want to see which young stars will make the biggest impression at the World Cup, and it is age which means that the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Robert Lewandowski are not the three most expensive stars that will be competing this winter.
So, who are the three most valuable players in Qatar? Here, we take a look.
Kylian Mbappe: 160m euros
In the absence of Erling Haaland (valued at 170 million euros), the French striker is the most expensive player at the World Cup in Qatar.
During last summer, he was the object of Real Madrid‘s desire, which is why his value is the highest of the World Cup at 160m euros.
The Paris Saint-Germain forward is aiming to win his second successive World Cup.
Vinicius: 120m euros
The Brazilian forward of Real Madrid, with whom he won the Champions League last season, is in second place in the ranking with a value of 120m euros.
His Brazil team are among the favourites to lift the trophy in Qatar, with Vinicius keen to do so at what will be his first attempt.
Phil Foden: 110m euros
Phil Foden has been in superb form for Manchester City this season and has been linking up very well with Haaland.
The Englishman will play his first World Cup in Qatar and is valued at 110m euros.
Beyond these three, there are other big names who will also participate in Qatar with a high market value: Thibaut Courtois (60m euros), Fede Valverde (100m euros) Jamal Musiala (100m euros), Alphonso Davies (100m euros), Trent Alexander-Arnold (70m euros), Jude Bellingham (100m euros) or Pedri (100m euros), among many others.