Real Madrid star named most valuable player in the world

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In an astonishing debut season at Real Madrid, English midfielder Jude Bellingham has taken the football world by storm, culminating in him being named the most valuable player according to the latest Football Benchmark’s Player Valuation report.

Bellingham’s market value has soared to a staggering €187.8 million, surpassing Manchester City’s Erling Haaland who previously topped the list.

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Since his transfer from Borussia Dortmund in the summer of 2023, Bellingham has exceeded expectations, quickly becoming a fan favorite at Santiago Bernabeu. His immediate impact was felt as he scored in his competitive debut against Athletic Club, setting the tone for a sensational season.

Fast forward to May 2024, Bellingham has scored 23 goals across all competitions, played a pivotal role in winning the 2024 Spanish Super Cup, and helped Real Madrid secure their 36th LaLiga title.

The spotlight continues to shine brightly on Bellingham as Real Madrid prepares for the Champions League final in London against his former team, Dortmund. With Madrid chasing a record 15th European Cup, expectations are high for Bellingham to play a crucial role.

His performances have not only endeared him to the Madridistas but have also placed him as a top contender for the Ballon d’Or, especially if he continues his form at Euro 2024 with England.

Bellingham’s teammate, Vinicius Jr., has also seen a significant increase in his market value, now estimated at €176.2 million. The pair’s success on the field has been instrumental in Real Madrid’s dominant season, highlighting their importance to the club’s ongoing success.

As the football community gears up for the Champions League final, all eyes will be on Bellingham to see if he can continue his impressive form and lead Real Madrid to another historic victory.

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