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Jul 19, 2022

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Most valuable players missing out on EURO 2020: 4 Serbians in top 10 – Haaland “angry”haaland euro 2021

Erling Haaland was “really angry”, but refrained from making a major rant after Norway missed out on qualifying for the European Championship. It would have been directed at his own teammates, who were unable to put him in the spotlight in the play-off semi-final.

Market Value Erling Haaland E. Haaland Centre-Forward €150.00m

As a result not only the BVB star is missing out on EURO 2021, but also RB Leipzig’s Alexander Sørloth and Real Madrid’s Martin Ødegaard. We have assembled the continent’s most valuable players whose national team will not participate in the European Championship – with only one of them even more valuable player than Dortmund’s Haaland.

From England to FinlandAll EURO 2020 participants sorted by market valueClick here for overviewIt is not too unusual that nations like Norway, Serbia, Slovenia or Bosnia-Herzegovina are missing on the list of participants of a European Championship. Some players, who are thus excluded from the approaching battle for Europe’s football crown, will certainly be missed by fans, however. The four countries mentioned above already represent the six most valuable players, who will not feature at EURO 2020.

The most valuable players who miss out on EURO 2020 30 Josip Ilicic – Slovenia – market value: €15M &copyimago images

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29 Berat Djimsiti – Albania – market value: €15M &copyimago images

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28 Jamal Lewis – Northern Ireland – market value: €15M &copyimago images

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27 Nemanja Matic – Serbia – market value: €16M &copyimago images

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26 Luka Milivojevic – Serbia – market value: €16M &copyimago images

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25 Odysseas Vlachodimos – Greece – market value: €16M &copyimago images

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24 Dusan Vlahovic – Serbia – market value: €16M &copyimago images

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23 Vedat Muriqi – Kosovo – market value: €17M &copyimago images

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22 Gylfi Sigurdsson – Iceland – market value: €18M &copyhurriyet.com.tr

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21 Nikola Maksimovic – Serbia – market value: €18M &copyimago images

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20 Sander Berge – Norway – market value: €18M &copyimago images

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19 Henrikh Mkhitaryan – Armenia – market value: €20M &copyimago images

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18 Dusan Tadic – Serbia- market value: €20M &copyimago images

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17 Stefan Savic – Montenegro – market value: €20M &copyimago images

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16 Matt Doherty – Ireland – market value: €20M &copyimago images

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15 Nemanja Maksimovic – Serbia – market value: €20M &copyimago images

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14 Alexander Sörloth – Norway – market value: €20M &copyimago images

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13 Aleksandar Mitrovic – Serbia – market value: €22M &copyimago images

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12 Milot Rashica – Kosovo – market value: €22M &copyimago images

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11 Thomas Strakosha – Albania – market value: €25M &copyimago images

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10 Luka Jovic – Serbia – market value: €25M &copyimago images

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9 Marash Kumbulla – Albania – market value: €25M &copyimago images

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8 Nikola Milenkovic – Serbia – market value: €28M &copyimago images

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7 Konstantinos Manolas – Greece – market value: €32M &copyGetty Images

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6 Filip Kostic – Serbia – market value: €32M &copyimago images

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5 Martin Ödegaard – Norway – market value: €45M &copyimago images

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4 Miralem Pjanic – Bosnia and Herzegovina – market value: €50M &copyimago images

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3 Sergej Milinkovic-Savic – Serbia – market value: €65M &copyimago images

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2 Erling Haaland – Norway – market value: €80M &copyimago images

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1 Jan Oblak – Slovenia – market value: €90M &copyimago images

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In the top 15, there is only one Premier League player. Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic failed in the European Qualifiers with Serbia as did Lazio’s Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, who is in the top 3 with a market value of €65 million, among others. Werder Bremen’s Kosovar and former Aston Villa target Milot Rashica is also on the list. With Milinkovic-Savic, Miralem Pjanic (Bosnia-Herzegovina), Haaland (Norway) and the most valuable one, Jan Oblak (Slovenia), there are four players missing out on EURO 2020, who currently have a market value of €50 million or more.

Copenhagen to London: All EURO 2020 stadiums ranked by capacity Telia Parken / Capacity: 38,000 / Home Team: FC Copenhagen &copyimago images

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Aviva Stadium/ Capacity: 51,000 / Home Team: Ireland &copyimago images

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Hampden Park/ Capacity: 51,000 / Home Team: Scotland &copyimago images

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San Mamés / Capacity: 53,000 / Home Team: Athletic Bilbao &copyGetty Images

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Johan Cruijff Arena / Capacity: 54.000 / Home Team: Ajax Amsterdam &copyimago images

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Arena Națională / Capacity: 54,000 / Home Team: Dinamo Bucarest &copyimago images

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Gazprom Arena/ Capacity: 61,000 / Home Team: Zenit St. Petersburg &copyimago images

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Olimpico di Roma/ Capacity: 68,000 / Home Team: AS Roma, Lazio &copyimago images

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Puskás Aréna/ Capacity: 68,000 / Home Team: Hungary &copyMLSZhivatalos/Twitter

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Baku Olympiastadion / Kapazität: 69.000 / Heimteam: Aserbaidschan &copyimago images

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Allianz Arena / Kapazität: 70,000 / Home Team: FC Bayern Munich &copyimago images

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Wembley Stadium/ Capacity: 90,000 / Home Team: England &copyimago images

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Most valuable players missing out on EURO 2020: 4 Serbians in top 10 – Haaland “angry”