ENGLAND’S most valuable stars have been revealed.
And it’s Jude Bellingham who leads the way with an incredible NINE-FIGURE rating.
Three Lions skipper Harry Kane surprisingly manages to finish ina lowly NINTH.
There are some notable absences in the list, including newly-crowned Serie A title winner Fikayo Tomori.
Boffins at the CIES Football Observatory have gone into overdrive crunching numbers from across the globe to decide the top 100 most valuable footballers.
And out of all the English players active in the game, Borussia Dortmund’s 18-year-old wonderkid Bellingham has been crowned the No1 Three Lions ace.
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The ex-Birmingham City lad is valued at an astonishing £114million – which also makes him the FIFTH most valuable player on the planet.
In second place is Man City’s Phil Foden, the only other English player with a nine-figure valuation.
He is deemed to be worth £105m in the current market.
And Foden is almost £20m clear of Man Utd’s Jadon Sancho, who sits in third at £88m.
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Mason Mount, Bukayo Saka and Trent Alexander-Arnold are next on the list, with Reece James and Mason Greenwood following on.
But one of the big shocks is that England captain Kane can only command ninth spot in the table.
Despite being tipped to eventually become his country’s leading all-time goalscorer, Kane is valued at just £66m – around half of what Spurs snubbed from Man City last summer.
Rounding off the top 10 is Declan Rice, with Tammy Abraham not far behind.
Interestingly, Emile Smith Rowe is next in line despite only making the Under-21s cut this month.
City trio John Stones, Jack Grealish and Raheem Sterling are bunched together afterwards.
And England’s representation in the top 100 players worldwide is completed by Harry Maguire, Aaron Ramsdale and Marc Guehi.
The latter, who won his first cap this year after starring for Crystal Palace, makes the grade ahead of ex-Chelsea team-mate Tomori.
That’s despite the now-AC Milan star playing a key role in his club’s Serie A title win last month.
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The likes of Kyle Walker, Ben Chilwell, Marcus Rashford and Kalvin Phillips have also been snubbed.
And there’s no look-in for Luke Shaw either, as well as current Three Lions Jordan Henderson, Jarrod Bowen and Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
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