Kylian Mbappé tops the list of most valuable under-21 players in football for the second year running. He's valued at €261.6m according to the list published by Soccerez and Prime Time Sport. There are no Spaniards in the Top 20 for the first time since this ranking was created.
It's based on the player's age, position, club, contract, market value, international appearances, goals, minutes played and injury record amongst other small criteria.
Mbappe is worth double the player in second place, Borussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho, who is valued at €120.3m. Matthijs de Ligt is third and sits at €74.5m.
Sancho tops the list of promising young talents from England, who have the most representatives in the rankings. Other names on the list include Trent Alexander-Arnold (73.6m), Phil Foden (40.8m), Declan Rice (39m), Ryan Sessegnon (33.8m) and Callum Hudson-Odoi (31.7m).
France is second with Mattéo Guendouzi (42.8m), Lyon's Houssem Aouar (41.6m) and RB Leipzig's Ibrahima Konaté (36.3m).
Brazil has Vinicius (60.2m) and Rodrygo (35.3m) whereas Italy has Donnarumma (67.9m) and Zaniolo (45.3m). Portugal (Joao Félix), Germany (Havertz), Holland (De Ligt), United States (Pulisic) and Nigeria (Samu Chukwueze) have one representative each.