Raheem Sterling is officially the most expensive player in the England squad. According to the experts at the Football Observatory, a body that apparently provides statistical data for FIFA, the Liverpool winger, 19, with four caps and one kid to his name, would fetch £36.6 million if there was a bring-and-buy sale tomorrow.
Next up is Everton's midfielder Ross Barkley weighing in at £34.9m with Wayne ‘Wazza’ Rooney apparently worth £34.8m. Take these figures for what you will. And some of Europe's blue-chip buyers probably would.
All three of this Merseyside-linked triumvirate staged theirRead More »from England sample World Cup heat 10 days and 2,400 miles short of Manaus opener