Mbappé achieves the ‘sorpasso’ of LaLiga… and the Premier begins to tremble

The Mbappé earthquake continues to affect the entire football planet. A movement of such magnitude can, in fact, change the established order among the best competitions in the world. The Frenchman lands in LaLiga EA Sports with the title of the best player today and that status is already generating a change in European hegemony.

Over the last two years the Premier League has seen two of football’s shining stars slip through its fingers to Spain. Bellingham and Mbappé were not seduced by the millions of pounds and decided to sign for Real Madrid. Two very damaging movements for the English league and with a threatening danger that could end the hegemony of ‘the Islands’.

And that danger is none other than financial control. The Premier bosses have had enough of the clubs’ continued waste, so it seems that commercial inequality in each window has finally ended. The best example is the last winter market in which English clubs spent 86% less!

The return of ‘The League of Stars’

The almost indestructible strength of Real Madrid, the hidden giant that Barça is now or the new ambition of Atlético with a significant injection of money, represent some of the factors that can return the Spanish league to its glory days. That ‘Star League’ thing may be starting to cook again.

Comparing the stars of both leagues right now, the equality is latent. Of course, the Premier continues to have foreign super players like Haaland, Salah, De Bruyne or Rodri. But it is also true that the last two great figures chose Spain.


  1. Bellingham (LALIGA) 187 million
  2. Mbappé (LALIGA) 185 million *
  3. Haaland (PREMIER) 185 million
  4. Vinicius (LALIGA) 176 million
  5. The foot (PREMIER) 150 million


  • LaLiga: 8 players (Mbappé, Bellingham, Vinicius, Valverde, Tchouaméni, Pedri, Rodrygo y Gavi)
  • Premier League: 7 players (Haaland, Saka, Rodri, Rice, Foden, J. Álvarez y Odegaard)
  • Bundesliga: 3 players (Musiala, Wirtz, Simons)
  • A league: 2 players (Osimhen, Lautaro)
  • Ligue 1: 0 players


But who has the most valuable eleven? The parameters of the specialized website Football Benchmark reveal two fearsome teams. But it must be taken into account that the most powerful players today are not represented in these two teams. This website values ​​each player on the market according to characteristics such as age, quality or progression.

You miss names like Courtois, Carvajal, Rüdiger, De Bruyne, Griezmann, Kroos or Bernardo Silva. Leading players in their positions, but with a much lower market value due to their many years of football.


Davide Piano

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