- Super Eagles are the second most valuable team in Africa according to the worth of the entire squad
- The Teranga Lions of Senegal are first while the Atlas Lions of Morocco are in third position
- In the world ranking, Gernot Rohr's side are in 21st, while Senegal and Morocco are 12th and 23rd respectively
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Super Eagles are currently the second most expensive team in Africa with a valuation of €230.68million, Complete Sports quoting Transfermarkt.
Leicester City's Wilfred Ndidi is currently Nigeria's most valuable player while Victor Osimhen occupies second spot following his €70m move to Serie A giants Napoli.
Senegal are Africa's costliest team with a value of €344.43million and are ranked 12th in the world.
The Teranga Lions have world-class players including Kalidou Koulibaly of Napoli, Sadio Mane of Liverpool and Watford's Ismaila Sarr.
According to Transfermarkt, Nigeria are behind their West African neighbors Senegal in Africa and occupy the 21st position in the world.
Morocco who have the likes of Chelsea's Hakim Ziyech are third in Africa and 23rd in the world as the Atlas Lions are worth €189.83million.
Gareth Southgate's England squad are the most valuable team in the world and are worth a staggering €1.38billion.
The likes of Manchester City Raheem Sterling, Tottenham's Harry Kane, Dortmund's Jadon Sancho and West Ham's Declan Rice are among the Three Lions costliest players.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that more support have been coming from Nigerian far and wide as Super Eagles players have joined the campaign to end SARS in Nigeria.
The special police squad created to combat crime around the country have come under huge criticisms about how they harass the masses, especially youths.
Super Eagles stars including captain Ahmed Musa, Leon Balogun, John Ogu and Shehu Abdulahi have all taken to their Twitter handles to show support for the protest.
Legit.ng had also reported that Asisat Oshoala has joined a host of Nigerian celebrities asking the government to stamp out operations of the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad (FSARS).
The security agency have constantly been accused of maltreating Nigerian youths and several top celebrities in the country are looking to stage a protest soon.
Oshoala who is currently at her base in Spain supported the motion on her Twitter handle that the police agency should be scrapped.
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