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England’s Harry Kane and Jadon Sancho are value greater than Ukraine’s squad COMBINED


Except for Oleksandr Usyk, just about everyone seems to be anticipating England to get the higher of Ukraine tonight.

The Three Lions are heavy favourites to win the Euro 2020 quarter-final tie in Rome, LIVE on talkSPORT.

Denmark or the Czech Republic await England or Ukraine in the semi-finals

Denmark or the Czech Republic await England or Ukraine within the semi-finals

talkSPORT’s Ally McCoist reckons an England defeat could be extra of a humiliation than their shock exit by the hands of Iceland at Euro 2016.

“If England don’t beat Ukraine, will probably be their worst lead to 35 or 40 years,” he declared.

Though Scotland legend McCoist could also be attempting to place a little bit of strain on the Three Lions, it’s laborious to disagree that will probably be a catastrophe if England don’t win by means of to the semi-finals.

If you happen to have a look at the squads on paper, there needs to be no comparability.

England’s win over Germany felt significant in their push to become European champions but the Three Lions will have to be ready for the Ukrainians

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England’s win over Germany felt vital of their push to turn out to be European champions however the Three Lions should be prepared for the Ukrainians

Transfermarkt has the whole worth of England’s squad at £1.14billion, in comparison with Ukraine’s £177,440,000.

Actually, the respective values of Harry Kane, who has been closely linked with a transfer away from Tottenham and new Manchester United signing Jadon Sancho mixed are value £198m.

That’s virtually £30m greater than all the Ukraine group.

England squad worth

Harry Kane – Tottenham – £108m

Jadon Sancho – Borussia Dortmund – £90m

Raheem Sterling – Manchester City – £81m

Marcus Rashford – Manchester United – £76.5m

Phil Foden – Manchester City – £72m

Mason Mount – Chelsea – £67.5m

Jack Grealish – Aston Villa – £58.5m

Declan Rice – West Ham – £58.5m

Bukayo Saka – Arsenal – £58.5m

Jude Bellingham – Borussia Dortmund £49.5m

Harry Maguire – Manchester United – £40.5m

Dominic Calvert-Lewin – Everton – £40.5m

Ben Chilwell – Chelsea – £40.5m

Reece James – Chelsea – £36m

Luke Shaw – Manchester United – £31.5m

John Stones – Manchester City – £27m

Tyrone Mings – Aston Villa – £27m

Kalvin Phillips – Leeds United – £27m

Kyle Walker – Manchester City – £25.2m

Ben White – Brighton – £25.2m

Conor Coady – Wolves – £22.5m

Jordan Pickford – Everton – £19.8m

Jordan Henderson – Liverpool – £18m

Kieran Trippier – Atletico Madrid – £18m

Aaron Ramsdale – Sheffield United – £10.8m

Sam Johnstone – West Brom – £7.2m

Complete: £1.14bn

While you actually put it down, England’s depth actually is great.

The Three Lions’ least precious star is Johnstone, a goalkeeper who, regardless of getting relegated from the Premier League last-term, was one of the crucial spectacular shot-stoppers within the division.

Whereas the least precious outfielder is Trippier who gained LaLiga final season with Atletico Madrid – hardly missing pedigree.

Ukraine squad worth

Ruslan Malinovskyi – Atalanta – £27m

Oleksandr Zinchenko – Manchester City – £22.5m

Viktor Tsygankov – Dynamo Kiev – £22.5m

Vitaliy Mykolenko – Dynamo Kiev – £15.3m

Roman Yaremchuk – Gent – £13.5m

Mykola Matvienko – Shakhtar Donetsk – £9.9m

Mykola Shaparenko – Dynamo Kiev – £7.2m

Anatoliy Trubin – Shakhtar Donetsk – £7.2m

Taras Stepanenko – Shakhtar Donetsk – £6.75m

Ilya Zabarnyi – Dynamo Kiev – £5.4m

Oleksandr Karavaev – Dynamo Kiev – £4.5m

Marlos – Shakhtar Donetsk – £4.5m

Georgiy Bushchan – Dynamo Kiev – £4.5m

Andriy Yarmolenko – West Ham – £3.6m

Sergiy Kryvtsov – Shakhtar Donetsk – £3.6m

Sergiy Sydorchuk – Dynamo Kiev – £3.6m

Denys Popov – Dynamo Kiev – £3.15m

Eduard Sobol – Membership Brugge – £2.7m

Roman Bezus – Gent – £1.8m

Oleksandr Zubkov – Ferencvárosi – £1.8m

Artem Besedin – Dynamo Kiev – £1.8m

Yevgen Makarenko – Anderlecht – £1.08m

Oleksandr Tymchyk – Dynamo Kiev – £1.08m

Andriy Pyatov – Shakhtar Donetsk – £900,000

Artem Dovbyk – Dnipro – £900,000

Georgiy Sudakov – Shakhtar Donetsk – £720,000

Complete: £177,440,000

Ukraine’s most costly star is Malinovskyi, who’s at present impressing each at Euro 2020 and in Serie A with Atalanta, however he’s solely value greater than EIGHT England aces.

These he’s extra precious than are the elder statesmen of the squad, like Henderson, Walker, Trippier, and Coady, plus backup shot-stoppers Ramsdale and Johnstone.

Most Premier League followers will in fact learn about Yarmolenko and Zinchenko, however even they’re solely value £3.6m and £22.5m, respectively.

Zinchenko is one of Ukraine’s most valuable aces but he’s no match for some of England’s superstars

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Zinchenko is one among Ukraine’s most useful aces however he’s no match for a few of England’s superstars

It actually does lay naked the distinction between the 2 squads who will conflict on Saturday evening.

A few of this may be put right down to the actual fact many Ukrainians are nonetheless based mostly of their homeland however, even so, they’re nonetheless means off England.

However, on the subject of the crunch, it doesn’t matter how a lot you’re value it issues what you do on the pitch in 90 or 120 minutes.

Dovbyk, the scorer of their extra-time winner towards Sweden, is valued below £1m and if Southgate’s males get complacent he might knock out a squad value greater than a billion.

Take heed to full commentary of Ukraine vs England LIVE on talkSPORT, kick-off 8pm





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