The Greek and Croatian rosters by money value

The Greek and Croatian rosters by money value

 

AGONAsport.com takes a look at the money value of both the Greek and Croatian rosters before the two sides meet up in Zagreb on Thursday. 

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The estimated combined value of the two teams is almost half a billion Euros, with the Croatian team holding the lion’s share at €299.200.000, over double the amount of the Greek roster at €131.100.000. The Croatian’s hold the value advantage in the goalkeeper, midfield, and striker’s positions, however the Greeks prevail in defense with an estimated worth at €77.000.000 compared to Croatia’s €54.500.000. 

Croatia’s midfield is worth an astonishing €187.000.000 more than the Greek midfield with players like Modric and Rakitic featuring as the high-value players at 45 and 40 million Euros, respectively.  The highest valued played on the Greek roster is Kostas Manolas at 30 million Euros (suspended for the first game), while Croatia’s highest valued player is Ivan Rakitic of Barcelona at 45 million Euros.

Below is a breakdown of the estimated worth of the two rosters. The values are estimated based on transfermarkt.de.

GREECE: 131.100.000€
CROATIA: 299.200.000€


GREECE

GOALKEEPERS (7.600.000€)

Orestis Karnezis (Watford): 4.000.000€
Stefano Kapino (Olympiacos): 3.000.000€
Giannis Anestis (AEK): 600.000€

DEFENDERS (77.000.000€)

Kostas Manolas (Roma): 30.000.000€
Socrates Papastathopoulos (Dortmund): 28.000.000€
Kyriakos Papadopoulos (Hamburger): 7.000.000€
Panagiotis Retsos (Leverkusen): 5.000.000€
Kostas Stafylidis (Augsburg): 4.500.000€
Giorgos Tzavellas (Alanyaspor): 1.700.000€
Vasilis Torosidis (Bologna): 800.000€

MIDFIELDERS (30.300.000€)

Kostas Fortounis (Olympiacos): 9.000.000€
Andreas Samaris (Benfica): 8.000.000€
Petros Mantalos (AEK): 3.000.000€
Carlos Zeca (Copenhagen): 2.500.000€
Panagiotis Tachtsidis (Olympiacos): 2.000.000€
Lazaros Christodoulopoulos (AEK): 1.500.000€
Giannis Gianniotas (Valladolid): 1.250.000€
Dimitris Kourbelis (Panathinaikos): 1.250.000€
Giannis Maniatis (Alanyaspor): 1.000.000€
Alexandros Tziolis (Al-Fayha): 800.000€

ATTACKERS (16.200.000€)

Kostas Mitroglou (Marseille): 12.000.000€
Tasos Donis (Stuttgart): 1.250.000€
Apostolos Vellios (Nottingham): 1.250.000€
Tasos Bakasetas (AEK): 1.000.000€
Dimitris Diamantakos (Bochum): 700.000€

CROATIA

GOALKEEPERS (11.200.000€)

Lovre Kalinic (Gent): 5.000.000€
Danijel Subasic (Monaco): 5.000.000€
Dominik Livakovic (Dinamo Zagreb): 1.200.000€ 

DEFENDERS (54.500.000€)

Dejan Lovren (Liverpool): 17.000.000€
Sime Vrsaljko (Atletico Madrid): 16.000.000€
Domagoj Vida (Dynamo Kiev): 9.000.000€
Matej Mitrovic (Besiktas): 4.000.000€
Dulje Ćaleta-Car (Salzburg): 3.000.000€
Josip Pivaric (Dinamo Kiev): 2.000.000€
Antonio Milic (Oostende): 2.000.000€
Zoran Nizic (Hajduk Split): 1.500.000€

MIDFIELDERS (136.000.000€)

Ivan Rakitic (Barcelona): 45.000.000€
Luka Modric (Real Madrid): 40.000.000€
Marcelo Brozovic (Inter): 20.000.000€
Milan Badelj (Fiorentina): 11.000.000€
Marko Rog (Napoli): 10.000.000€
Mario Pasalic (Spartak Moscow)
Filip Bradaric (Rijeka): 2.000.000€

ATTACKERS (97.500.000€)

Ivan Perisic (Inter): 35.000.000€
Nikola Kalinic (Milan): 20.000.000€
Mario Mandzukic (Juventus): 20.000.000€
Andrej Kramaric (Hoffenheim): 15.000.000€
Ivan Santini (Caen): 4.000.000€
Duje Cop (Standard Liege): 3.500.000€

 

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