Rodrigo Hernández is the most valuable Spanish footballer

first_imgtwenty-oneRodrigo HernándezManchester City99.8 oneKylian MbappéParis Saint Germain265.2 18Joao FelixAtlético de Madrid100.6 3Mohammed SalahLiverpool175.1 twoRaheem SterlingManchester City223.7 elevenGabriel JesusManchester City115.6 26Mason MountChelsea94.1 12James MaddisonLeicester city112.4 7Marcus RashfordManchester United134.3 10Lautaro MartínezInter de Milan115.7 NAMECLUBMARKET VALUE (IN MILLIONS OF EUROS) twentyRomelu LukakuInter de Milan100.2 9Antoine GriezmannFC Barcelona123.6 14Roberto FirminoLiverpool111.5 5Sadio ManéLiverpool155.6 29Virgil van DijkLiverpool92.7 fifteenTrent Alexander-ArnoldLiverpool110.5 19Neymar juniorParis Saint Germain100.4 22Bernardo SilvaManchester City99.6 25Give AlliTottenham Hotspur95.6 17Tammy AbrahamChelsea103.1 8Lionel messiFC Barcelona125.5 The International Center for Sports Studies, better known as CIES, has made a list of players whose market value exceeds 50 million euros. This list shows the inflation of transfers and the exorbitant and dizzying amounts of money that clubs disburse to get a new signing, because said string of names is made up of 166 players that militate in the clubs of the five major European leagues.In this sense, the aforementioned list appears Rodrigo Hernández, former Villarreal and Atlético and currently at Manchester City, As the most valuable Spanish player in the market. The Madrid midfielder has a value, according to the CIES algorithm that prepared the report, of 99.8 million euros. A much higher figure than the club citizen He paid Atlético de Madrid to take over his services (his rescission clause as rojiblanco was 70 million) and that also serves him to position himself in the 21st place in the classification. In other words, there are only twenty players worldwide with more market value than him.This relationship of soccer players is headed by Kylian Mbappé. The PSG star is the most expensive player on the planet: 265.2 million Euro is its value in the transfer market. It follows Raheem Sterling, Rodri’s partner in the City, whose value is of 223.7 million. Complete the podium Mohammed Salah, of the Liverpool, with a price of 175.1 million. The list of the first five complement it Jadon Sancho (Borussia Dortmund, 168.9 million euros) Y Sadio Mané (Liverpool, 155.6 million).The report also notes the more expensive signings that have been made for each position. The most expensive goalkeeper is Alisson Becker (87 million); in the defending it is Alexander-Arnold (110 million); in the center of the field is James Maddison (112 million); and the most expensive signing in a lead is that of Kylian Mbappé (265 million). Finally, it should be noted that, in addition to Rodri Hernández, two more Spaniards appear in the list of the 30 most valued in the world. We talk about Mikel Oyarzabal (Real Sociedad, with a market price of 95.7 million euros) Y Fabián Ruiz (Naples, 91.4 million). MARKET VALUE OF THE 30 MOST VALUABLE FOOTBALL PLAYERS IN THE WORLD 24Mikel OyarzabalReal society95.7 6Harry kaneTottenham Hotspur150.5 16Richarlison de AndradeEverton 104 13Timo WernerRB Leipzig112 2. 3Serge GnabryBayern Munich98.1 27Philippe CoutinhoBayern Munich93.5 28Nicolás PépéArsenal93.5 4Jadon SanchoBorussia Dortmund168.9 30Fabian RuizNaples91.4last_img read more

Wolfenstein Youngblood is a live game with lots of content

first_img$29.99 US$29.99 $29.99 Wolfenstein: Youngblood is the type of game that pulls in steady revenue while MachineGames crafts the next mainline sequel, and as such it’s prioritizing long-term online play over strong story-driven singleplayer action.   We’ve known for a while that the latest Wolfenstein game, a co-op based shooter called Youngblood, is a service game based around two things: monetization and engagement. Youngblood not only has optional skin-based microtransactions, but it features online co-op play with a friend and sports the kind of level design found in Dishonored games. This is apt because Arkane worked heavily on the project. These environments will foster more long-winded play time with emphasis on exploration alongside chaotic, Nazi-blasting combat. Now MachineGames talks more about Youngblood’s design, what it’s meant to do, and how it’ll expand over time with steady updates, challenges, and content drops, service-game style. “I think players will see a lot of similarities to level design in the Dishonored games, so in that sense it can be a little bit different as an experience but it can be for the benefit of the game. Especially when it comes to finding different ways of approaching a combat scenario or a mission in general,” MachineGames co-founder Jerk Gustafsson said in recent interview. Story is predictably on the back-burner this time. Live games often dilute story elements in favor of repeatable action-based play, and Wolfenstein: Youngblood is no different. Sure it’s set in a rad, Nazi-occupied 1980’s with unique stylish flair and tells the tale of BJ Blazkowicz’s twin badass daughters, but we shouldn’t expect a ton of profound twists or turns. “The open-ended structure and co-op aspect has made it a little more difficult when it comes to the narrative. We do think we have a strong story, but it’s quite different from what we have done before. It’s a little bit lighter, not only in tone but also when it comes to the amount of content, and I think that’s the big change when it comes to previous titles: the campaign is a bit shorter but the amount of gameplay time is greater.”    Gameplay is the bread and butter for any live game. MachineGames knows this, and Youngblood will evolve with nifty stuff to do over time–all of which should be free thanks to microtransaction funding. “Players will be able to stay in the game for a long time. We’ll add additional side-missions and new challenges once the campaign is completed. There’s a lot more activities and side-missions that you can do in Wolfenstein: Youngblood than in previous Wolfenstein games.”  The new game sees Wolfenstein as the latest franchise folded into Bethesda’s new experimental online-based business model–a strategy that should incorporate into all of its biggest IPs. The next up should be Doom…and I’m wondering if Doom: Eternal will have some sort of online hook too. Wolfenstein: Youngblood is due out on July 26, 2019 on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch. Here’s a list of core game features:  Murder, They Wrote: Team up with a friend or play alone with an AI companion in the first modern co-op Wolfenstein adventure. Perform new tag team maneuvers, crank up the voltage with the devastatingly powerful new co-op weapon, the Tesla Gun, and show off your flair with skins and emotes.  Escape from Paris: Wolfenstein: Youngblood features the most open-ended Wolfenstein experience to date. From a new base of operations located deep in the heart of the Paris catacombs, plan how and when to attack and dismantle the Nazi regime.  Sweatin’ to the 80s: The wonder years, these are not. Featuring harrowing takes on iconic Parisian landmarks to graffiti-tagged streets, leather-clad Nazis, and an all-new soundtrack inspired by the synth heavy tones of classic 80s action films.  Lock and Load: Wield the latest advancements in power armor tech, weaponry, and armor to stamp out Nazi scum. Level up, explore, and complete missions to unlock new abilities, weapon attachments, gadgets, cosmetics, and more to complement your playstyle. Wolfenstein: Youngblood – PlayStation 4center_img $29.99 TodayYesterday7 days ago30 days ago Buylast_img read more