The 8 most valuable teams in La Liga

The 8 most valuable teams in La Liga
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The League of Spanish football It is one of the most attractive competitions that exist. Every day their teams usually offer excellent shows due to the high level of the footballers they have in their squads. further, the clubs that make up this championship have been able to dominate the main European tournaments in recent years, How Sevilla and Atlético de Madrid have been in the Europa League, and Real Madrid and FC Barcelona in the Champions League, which causes more and more fans to be interested in this football event. Here we present the eight most valuable teams in La Liga.

Market Stall 8: Valencia CF (225,65 mill.)

A great player in Spanish football who in recent seasons has gone through difficult times due to sports management, which has caused it to go from being a club that disputes European competitions and fought for national titles, to become a team that fights to stay in La Liga and not be relegated. Valencia CF has historically stood out for the work of its academy and for the ability to incorporate young players who are later revalued. In the current squad of the "che" team, left-back José Luis Gayà stands out, whose market value amounts to 35 millions of euros; and Georgian goalkeeper Giorgi Mamardashvili, worth 25 millions. Other important players that stand out in the club's squad are the Spanish pivot Hugo Guillamón and the American midfielder Yunus Musah. We hope that better times will come in Mestalla.

Market Stall 7: Athletic Club (226,3 mill.)

The “Leones de San Mamés” are one of the three teams, together with Real Madrid and FC Barcelona, who does not know what it is to play in the second division because they have never been relegated. But nevertheless, what has been achieved by Athletic Club has greater merit, since year after year its squad is made up of players born in the Basque country. This philosophy obliges Athletic to carry out in-depth work in its academy to nurture the first team of quality players. In his current roster, the midfielder Oihan Sancet stands out, with a market price of 30 millions, the goalkeeper Unai Simón and the brothers Nico and Iñaki Williams, all valued at 25 millions of euros. Athletic boasts an enviable track record, since he is the second maximum winner of Copas del Rey with 23. In recent years they have remained in the dispute for some national titles, such as the aforementioned Copa del Rey or the Spanish Super Cup.

Market Stall 6: Real Betis (252,5 mill.)

Recent years have been very good at Benito Villamarín, Well, the Verdiblanco team has managed to manage its resources and put together a competitive squad with which it has fought for the top positions in the standings., allowing you access to European competitions, In addition to winning the Copa del Rey in the 2022. The mix of veterans and youngsters has given excellent results to Chilean coach Manuel Pellegrini, who can count on the services of world champions Nabil Fékir on their payroll, quoted in 30 millions of euros; and the Argentine Guido Rodríguez, valued at 28 millions. This campaign has been similar to the previous ones, with Betis entrenched in the European positions and seeking access to the Champions League, what is considered a success within the verdiblanca institution and the fans of the Andalusian club.

Market Stall 5: Villarreal (278,2 mill.)

The "yellow submarine" has become one of the traditional entertainers of the Spanish La Liga in recent years, and although its good results have been somewhat intermittent, in recent times they have had excellent seasons, reaching the first title in its history in the year 2021 with the conquest of the Europa League and the semifinals of the Champions League the following season. At La Cerámica they stand out for taking advantage of the opportunities offered by the market and getting the most out of their footballers, That is why Quique Setién can boast of having players of the stature of defender Pau Torres every weekend, valued at 45 millions, or the center forward Gerard Moreno, whose market price is 30 millions of euros. This season is being positive for the club, managing to stay within European positions when there are a few days left for the end of La Liga.

Market Stall 4: Real society (375,5 mill.)

Another history of Spanish football that in recent years has been reaping excellent results at the national level. Real Sociedad stands out for its excellent work with the quarry, which is the basis of their success as a team, in addition to correct work in each transfer market to acquire the footballers they may need. This excellent management has given the coach Imanol Alguacil the possibility of having highly valued footballers on his payroll, as is the case of Mikel Oyarzabal and Mikel Merino, both with a market price of 50 millions of euros, or Martín Zubimendi and Robin Le Normand, valued at 40 Y 35 million respectively. On the whole, La Real is one of the squads with the lowest average age in La Liga, but this has not prevented them from winning a Copa del Rey in recent years and repeatedly qualifying for European tournaments. This season, led by the Norwegian attacker Alexander Sørloth, They have managed to stay in Champions League places for most of the season.

Market Stall 3: Atletico Madrid (457 mill)

One of the biggest clubs in Spanish football along with Real Madrid and FC Barcelona, and the only one that in recent years has managed to break that absolute dominance that whites and culés had been showing in the league championship. Led by Cholo Simeone and converted into one of the most important clubs in Europe, Atlético has known how to manage its pieces in such a way that it boasts one of the best squads on the old continent, where players of the stature of the Slovenian goalkeeper Jan Oblak and the Argentine midfielder Rodrigo de Paul stand out, both valued at 40 million euros according to Transfermarket. But these are not the only footballers who stand out in the mattress team, which presents a very deep payroll, with players of a very high level like José María Giménez, Marcos Llorente, Alvaro Morata, Kondogbia, Axel Witsel, Thomas Lemar or “The Little Prince Antoine Griezmann. Atlético de Madrid is an important club that knows what it is like to play in the Champions League finals and win La Liga in recent years.; but nevertheless, in the current season they are far from the fight for the titles.

Market Stall 2: FC Barcelona (767 mill.)

Despite being under reconstruction, FC Barcelona exhibits one of the best rosters, not only from La Liga, but of the entire Old Continent. The excellent work with the quarry is not an impediment for the Blaugrana team to sign footballers of the highest cachet if they so wish, as have been the cases of Frenkie de Jong (60 mill.), Raphinha (50 mill.) o Robert Lewandowski (40 mill.). Currently, FC Barcelona can boast of having two of the most talented youngsters in Spanish football in its ranks: Pedri y Gavi, both valued at 90 millions of euros. To these already mentioned players we must add the contribution of men like Ronald Araújo (70 mill.), Jules Kounde (60 mill.) the Ousmane Dembélé (60 mill.), who together with other talented footballers and under the leadership of Xavi Hernández have been able to win matches to the point that this season they are just a few dates away from celebrating a new league title.

Market Stall 1: Real Madrid CF (860.8 mill.)

The most important soccer club in the history of soccer can currently boast of being the most expensive squad in the Spanish La Liga, merit that is backed by important titles obtained in recent years, How are the league championship and the Champions League. Real Madrid's ability to take on big signings is well known, although in recent years its sports planning has been oriented towards signing young footballers and developing them. Thus, Real Madrid fans can enjoy the two players with the highest market value in the entire Spanish league at the new Santiago Bernabéu: Uruguayan Federico Valverde, valued at 100 millions of euros, and the Brazilian Vinicius Junior, quoted in 120 millions. This talented young duo, who is joined by others like Rodrygo (80 mill.), Aurelien Tchouameni (90 mill.) and high-level veterans like Toni Kroos, Luka Modric on Karim Benzema, have allowed Real Madrid to continue demonstrating its power on the pitches of Spain and Europe.

The Spanish league continues to be one of the most attractive championships for soccer fans. Young players like Vinicius Junior, Pedri or Gavi attract millions of viewers who enjoy the matches of La Liga. Undoubtedly, a sporting spectacle worth following.

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