March 24th , 2023



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Europe has produced the majority of the world's best footballers. They have improved their performance as a result of having more competitive leagues.

In 2022, Thibaut Courtois is the best performing European goalkeeper. His strong play has aided Real Madrid's success in the UEFA Champions League and La Liga.

The best center backs in Europe are Josko Gvardiol and David Alaba. Josko Gvardiol, who plays for RB Leipzig, has been in excellent form for both his club and the Croatian national team.

The best European left backs are Theo Hernandez and Joao Cancelo. Hernandez is worth €60 million, while Cancelo, who plays for Manchester City, is worth €70 million.Rodri is Europe's best central defensive midfielder. The Spanish midfielder for Manchester City is worth €80 million in the market.

The best central midfielders in Europe are Jamal Musiala and Luca Modric. Despite being only 19 years old, Jamal Musiala has demonstrated his ability to demonstrate his creativity, while Modric, who plays for Real Madrid, has not let his age prevent him from being more creative.

Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe are Europe's two best performing young stars. They are also Europe's most valuable footballers. Haaland is valued at €170 million, while Mbappe is valued at €180 million.

Here are Europe's best XI top performing players.


Newcastle on course for dream end to season with statement January transfer


Eddie Howe's side were held to a goalless draw at Selhurst Park but did enough to leapfrog Manchester United into third place in the table

Joelinton of Newcastle United is pushed away by Crystal Palace players

Night fell on south London's hinterlands, but the dark side of the Toon stayed in the shadows.

Snooty metropolitan elites complain that Crystal Palace is the most impenetrable away game on the Premier League roster because there is no such thing as a quick getaway from the traffic thrombosis in Croydon's suburban jungle. But a trip to Selhurst Park has become a litmus test for clubs like Newcastle United trying to force the lock on the treasure chest of Champions League loot.

Eddie Howe's side were accused of resorting to cheap shots and tricks from the spoilers' playbook when they beat Fulham seven days ago. And they will need more substance than scuffing up the penalty spot or transparent gamesmanship to sustain their challenge for a place at Europe's top table. Perhaps they pulled a cat out of their bag with a message on a fan-unfurled banner at the end of Leazes v Fulham.

"We're not here to be popular, we're here to compete." It was a platform. legs.

They passed his test fair play with ease, but on the way to Damascus he lost two points. Newcastle is on the verge of unleashing exciting potential for Howe, so it's a lot more fun to watch if you stick to the purist's handbook.

It's easy to ridicule the fact that Saudi ownership and bottomless spending at Howe's disposal are the driving forces behind Tyneside's upward curve. But his four front line marchers in this corner of Croydon were part of the ruthless Steve his Bruce regime. In fact, Callum Wilson, Jollington and Joe Willock were all signed under Bruce's watch.

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