The Top 10 Most Valuable Right Backs In The World Revealed
Trent Alexander-Arnold has been revealed as the most valuable right back in the world and he's worth more than double the next most valuable player.
In the past few years the Liverpool academy product has risen from emerging prospect to arguably the best right back in the world, and there wouldn't be too much argument.
The fact the England international is just 21-years-old might have something to do with his value, which according to Transfermarkt is €110 million, but it's his quality that makes him so much more valuable than everyone else.
It's brilliant for the Reds that in just the three and a half years since making his debut to the club he's gone from academy player to first team regular to one of the most important players in the European champions team.
And whilst his market value might be €110 million it's likely that Klopp and everyone at the club think the England international is invaluable.
In second place is Manchester City Joao Cancelo, who City paid an initial €30 million in the summer, with Danilo going in the opposite direction, but the former Juventus full back hasn't made the impact he might have hoped.
The Portugal international has only started seven league games for the defending Premier League champions, with two more as substitute and teammate Kyle Walker, who is fourth on the list has played the majority of games.
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Real Madrid's Daniel Carvajal has been one of the best right backs for a number of years and is in third place but he could soon find his place at Real Madrid under threat by another man on the list.
Borussia Dortmund's Achraf Hakimi sits fifth in the list, with the 21-year-old worth €45 million, but he is on loan from Los Blancos.
He's been impressing everyone with his form in the Bundesliga and in the Champions League, assisting six in the league and scoring four in Europe.
Lukas Klostermann may be the least well known of the top 10 but the 23-year-old German could help RB Leipzig to their first Bundesliga title if their current form is anything to go by.
The former Bochum player didn't cost the German league leaders a single penny and would make them a very tidy profit if they decided to sell.