“Premier League Reigns Supreme: Unveiling the Most Valuable Non-National Team Players”

By FPL360


The content discusses the most valuable players who have never been called up to represent their national teams. Pascal Groß, a midfielder for Brighton, expressed his surprise and excitement upon receiving his nomination to the German national team at the age of 32. Vitaly Janelt, a player for Brentford, holds the title for the most valuable German player who has not represented his country, with a market value of €20 million.

Germany is not ranked highly among the top nations in terms of valuable players yet to represent their country. The Bundesliga, however, has several star players who have never played for their national teams. Manu Koné, Manu Koné of Gladbach, and Castello Lukeba and Mohamed Simakan of RB Leipzig have not received call-ups for France. Alejandro Grimaldo, a left-back for Bayer Leverkusen, has yet to represent Spain.

The content also provides a list of the most valuable non-national team players, with players from England and France dominating the rankings. The second most valuable non-national team player is Koné from France, with a market value of €40 million. France has a wealth of options in its midfield, with Michael Olise, Elye Wahi, and Amine Gouiri among the players without national team nominations. Allan Saint-Maximin, who recently moved to the Saudi Pro League, may not represent France, but he could potentially play for Guadeloupe.

Many of the French players mentioned in the article have alternative options to represent other countries, such as Ivory Coast or Algeria. Olise could even represent England. England also has a strong presence among the most valuable non-national team players, with Jacob Ramsey of Aston Villa leading the way. In total, England has six eligible players in the top 10.

Overall, the content highlights the valuable players who have yet to represent their national teams and the dominance of England and France in this category. It also mentions the potential for these players to represent alternative countries and the competition they face for international spots.


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