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The most valuable national teams in world football have been revealed and England emerged as the shock leaders.
Gareth Southgate's side reached the final of Euro 2020 over the summer but fell to defeat against Italy.
Transfermarkt have determined the Three Lions are currently the country richest with talent, amassing a squad value of £1.06 billion.
It means they're above World Cup winners France, who have a squad value of around £931.5 million.
Brazil and Italy come in at third and fourth respectively while Germany round off the top five.
Check out the entire top 20 below:
20. Scotland - £211.95 million
19. Poland - £239.31 million
18. Norway - £243.99 million
17. Denmark - £268.65 million
16. Senegal - £269.10 million
15. Turkey - £278.19 million
14. Ivory Coast - £287.17 million
13. Uruguay - £314.69 million
12. Croatia - £321.57 million
11. Serbia - £325.17 million
10. Belgium - £441.45 million
9. Netherlands - £589.50 million
8. Argentina - £620.55 million
7. Portugal - £634.50 million
6. Spain - £656.55 million
5. Germany - £793.80 million
4. Italy - £797.40 million
3. Brazil - £875.16 million
2. France - £931.50 million
1. England - £1.06 billion
There's some serious talent across the entire globe.
England have emerged victorious in both of their games during the international break, defeating Hungary 4-0 on Thursday andAndorra by the same scoreline on Sunday.
Despite coming close to glory in the summer, Southgate is keen his players don't get caught up in the hype.
He told The Guardian: "If we want to be serious contenders for the World Cup we cannot waste a moment. We cannot miss an opportunity to improve.
"The teams that didn't do so well in the summer will be licking their wounds and looking at everything. There's a risk that they look harder for those opportunities to improve. If we have any complacency that would be an error.
"We've got talent and we have shown positive performances and earned good results. But that can disappear very quickly.
"Our primary focus is to secure qualification but, in the background, we're always making sure that plans are in place. In the past we were worried about preparing because it might bring bad luck.
"We've got to be bold and prepare as if we're going to get there but then make sure that we get the performances right to ensure that we do."
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