Top 10 Most Valuable Players In Group B – FIFA World Cup 2022

Top 10 Most Valuable Players In Group B - FIFA World Cup 2022
Top 10 Most Valuable Players In Group B - FIFA World Cup 2022

Here are the top 10 most valuable players in Group B of 2022 FIFA World Cup

Who is the most valuable player in Group B? Fans waited for so long for the draws to be announced and the results weren’t that bad. Though it took a little long for the draw ceremony to start but they are finally here.

This article will tell you about the top 10 most valuable players in Group B of 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Most Valuable Players

  1. Harry Kane – €100m
  2. Phil Foden – €90m
  3. Raheem Sterling – €85m
  4. Jack Grealish – €80m
  5. Jude Bellingham – €75
  6. Declan Rice – €75m
  7. Mason Mount – €75m
  8. Christian Pulisic – €45m
  9. Giovanni Reyna – €42m
  10. Luke Shaw – €42m

The way England played the World Cup qualifiers shows their current squad strength and chemistry. They are one of the top contenders for winning the FIFA World Cup trophy this year.

Harry Kane is one of the most valuable players in the world at present, not to mention one of the most inform strikers at the moment. He has been incredible for Tottenham since the start of the 2021/22 season.

Arsenal legend Ian Wright has showed his curiosity over Harry Kane’s transfer and has given him a piece of advice for the same.

“You can see why teams would want him [Harry Kane], any team in the world would want him. Just look at his finishing and his hunger and his consistency.​

“When he does finally retire, you just hope he’s won something. I hope he can win something because he deserves it. He looks happier now but he has a big decision to make.”​

Wright suggested Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool to sign the English striker and explained the difference between him and Roberto Firmino.

“Imagine Harry Kane at Liverpool… If I had the capability of getting Kane and putting him in Liverpool’s side with [Mohamed] Salah, or [Sadio] Mane or [Luis] Diaz and playing as the number nine, dropping deep and doing his stuff,” he added. 

“It won’t be how Firmino does it, those lovely bit of skills and stuff, but Kane can drop in and help create because the two could run behind.

“If it was available to me, I would definitely look at it because it’s Harry Kane, and he will score.

“People talk about Firmino and the fact he doesn’t score enough goals, he misses too many chances. Harry Kane doesn’t miss those chances.”