Here we show you some of the most valuable players in group A of 2022/23 Champions League
The UEFA Champions League made its 2022/23 season inauguration with two great games. As we move forward, we will see a lots of interesting and exhilarating games. But this is the survival of the best and the team with best consistency will be the champion.
This article will tell you about the top 10 most valuable players in group A of 2022/23 UEFA Champions League. Follow sportsbignews.com for latest updates.
Most Valuable Players
- Mohamed Salah – €90m
- Trent Alexander Arnold – €80m
- Victor Oshimen – €65m
- Luiz Diaz – €65m
- Andrew Robertson – €65m
- Diogo Jota – €60m
- Fabinho – €60m
- Darwin Nunez – €55m
- Virgil Van Dijk – €55m
- Alisson – €50m
Mohamed Salah is arguably the best player in Group A of the Champions League. And there is no doubt he is the most valuable player of the group with a market value of €90 million.
We all can see that this list is filled with only Liverpool players except Oshimen who belongs to Napoli. He is however injured and might miss some of their next few games, as reported by the Italian media.
Talking about Darwin Nunez, he has scored only two goals for the clubs since his debut for them. He was expected to be a competitor for Erling Haaland but the other guy is unbelievably overpowered. Haaland has scored 14 goals for Manchester City this season so far.
Former Liverpool manager Rafa Benitez believes Darwin Nunez will learn from the mistake he did against Crystal Palace.
“His recent sending off has impacted upon how quickly he has been able to build-up an understanding with new team-mates, but the positive from that situation is that he knows not to become involved with defenders again,’ Benitez wrote in is column for The Times.
“I also think he will score a lot of goals for Liverpool and that he provides them with a different dynamic to Roberto Firmino.
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“Firmino likes to drop off, create superiority in the middle of the pitch and help his team-mates score whereas Nunez is someone who always wants to be in the penalty box.
“He needs a little time and Liverpool just need a goal to boost their confidence. I don’t see a team struggling with major issues.”