Ranking the five most valuable German players for Euro 2020


As we near the end of the second gameweek, Euro 2020 appears to be shaping up to be a fantastic event.

This time out, Germany is part of the ‘Group of Death,’ which also includes France and Portugal. With both other teams winning in the first gameweek, the Germans are under a lot of pressure.

Germany are unquestionably among the favorites to win Euro 2020, thanks to a burgeoning youthful group. Let’s take a look at the top five German players for Euro 2020.

Timo Werner is ranked #5 in the world with a net worth of £58.50 million.

Timo Werner will be on everyone
Timo Werner will be the focus of attention for Germany in Euro 2020.

Timo Werner is ranked sixth on Germany’s most valuable players list.

After making his reputation with RB Leipzig, the German speedster was bought by English heavyweights Chelsea for a staggering £47.5 million. The attacking midfielder is coming off a spectacular season at club level, where he won the UEFA Champions League and finished fourth in the Premier League.

This season, the 25-year-old has 12 goals and 15 assists in all competitions, and he has been chastised for his lack of finishing ability. Werner’s lightning speed makes him a nuisance for defenders when he rushes between the lines.

Werner, who is now valued at £58.5 million, will be expected to extend his club success to Euro 2020.

Kai Havertz is ranked #4 with a net worth of £63 million.

Kai Havertz for Germany in an international friendly

In an international friendly, Kai Havertz represents Germany.

Kai Havertz is a player that has polarized fans throughout the world. In the build-up to Euro 2020, Havertz has had a mixed season at club level.

Havertz joined Chelsea for a reputed £62 million at the start of the 2020-21 season, having previously played for Bayer Leverkusen in Germany. His time with the Blues has been a mixed bag to say the least.

Although he struggled in the first part of the season, the German has improved dramatically with the appointment of fellow countryman Thomas Tuchel. He scored several vital goals for the team, including the game-winning goal in the UEFA Champions League final against Manchester City.

Havertz, who is only 22, has already showed his innate talent. He has the potential to be one of the finest players in the world with a little fine tuning. Germany will be counting on him to deliver and improve their chances at Euro 2020.

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