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Foden tops European 'Most Valuable' list
Jun 08, 2021
Man City’s Phil Foden has been named as the most valuable player in Europe’s top-five leagues.
The 21-year-old topped the list with an estimated price of over 163 million pounds, ahead of Man United duo Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood.
The survey, by the International Center for Sports Studies, uses a range of factors including a player’s age and performance to work out their estimated transfer value.
Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Haaland came in fourth – making him the most valuable non-EPL player on the list.
Spain has called up four additional players to train for the upcoming Euro 2020, after captain Sergio Busquets tested positive for Covid over the weekend.
The four will train on their own – away from the rest of the squad – in case they are needed later if other players contract the coronavirus.
Spain will open their Euro 2020 campaign against Sweden next Tuesday.
The Olympic Council of Malaysia does not agree with proposals to postpone this year’s SEA Games.
This is because any delays will disrupt athletes’ preparations for a number of major events next year, including the Commonwealth and Asian Games.
It comes following reports that hosts Vietnam are looking to postpone November’s SEA Games, because the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted construction of some of the facilities.
Tournament favourites Rafa Nadal and Novak Djokovic are both safely thru to the quarterfinals of the French Tennis Open.
Meanwhile, American teenager Coco Gauff advanced in the women’s draw…to make her first ever appearance in the last eight of a Grand Slam.
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