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From Salah to Ibrahimovic: Stars to miss out on the World Cup – 25 Italians among most valuableibra wc

Twenty-seven of 32 World Cuptickets have been handed out, and two more will follow Thursday night fromConcacaf. The United StatesandMexico are three points ahead of Costa Ricaand are all but mathematically qualified for the World Cup in Qatar. As a result, no more players will be among the most valuable added to the stars missing out on the tournament this winter. That is in big contrast to last night whenEgypt with star Mohamed Salahlost the decisive game in World Cup qualifying.

From Haaland to Ibrahimovic: These players will miss out on the World Cup Erling Haaland (Norway/BVB) | Market value: €150m &copyimago images

This gallery will include players whose countries have not qualified for the 2022 World Cup and have a market value of at least €20m or with a market value above €15 million if they are the most valuable player of their respective countries. Last updated: 30. March 2022

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Mohamed Salah (Egypt/Liverpool) | Market value: €100m &copyimago images

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Nicolò Barella (Italy/Inter) | Market value: €70n &copyimago images

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Federico Chiesa (Italy/Juventus) | Market value: €70n &copyimago images

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Milan Skriniar (Slovakia/Inter) | Market value: €65m &copyimago images

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Gianluigi Donnarumma (Italy/PSG) | Market value: €65m &copyimago images

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Wilfred Ndidi (Nigeria/Leicester) | Market value: €60m &copyimago images

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Victor Osimhen (Nigeria/Napoli) | Market value: €60m &copyimago images

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Alessandro Bastoni (Italy/Inter) | Market value: €60m &copyimago images

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Jan Oblak (Slovenia/Atlético) | Market value: €60m &copyimago images

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David Alaba (Austria/Real Madrid) | Market value: €55m &copyimago images

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Marco Verratti (Italy/PSG) | Market value: €55m &copyimago images

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Caglar Söyüncü (Turkey/Leicester) | Market value: €45m &copyimago images

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Tomas Soucek (Czechia/West Ham) | Market value: €45m &copyimago images

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Luis Díaz (Colombia/Liverpool) | Market value: €45m &copyimago images

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Jorginho (Italy/Chelsea) | Market value: €45m &copyimago images

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Lorenzo Pellegrini (Italy/Roma) | Market value: €45m &copyimago images

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Franck Kessié (Ivory Coast/Milan) | Market value: €45m &copyimago images

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Martin Ødegaard (Norway/Arsenal) | Market value: €42m &copyimago images

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Alexander Isak (Sweden/Real Sociedad) | Market value: €40m &copyimago images

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Edmond Tapsoba (Burkina Faso/Leverkusen) | Market value: €40m &copyimago images

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Sandro Tonali (Italy/Milan) | Market value: €40m &copyTM/imago images

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Patrik Schick (Czechia/Leverkusen) | Market value: €40m &copyimago images

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Riyad Mahrez (Algeria/Man City) | Market value: €40m &copyTM/imago images

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Wilfried Zaha (Ivory Coast/Crystal Palace) | Market value: €35m &copyimago images

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Dejan Kulusevski (Sweden/Tottenham) | Market value: €35m &copyimago images

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Hakan Calhanoglu (Turkey/Inter) | Market value: €35m &copyimago images

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Yves Bissouma (Mali/Brighton) | Market value: €35m &copyimago images

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Domenico Berardi (Italy/Sassuolo) | Market value: €35m &copyimago images

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Manuel Locatelli (Italy/Juventus) | Market value: €35m &copyimago images

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Nicolò Zaniolo (Italy/Roma) | Market value: €33m &copyimago images

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Naby Keïta (Guinea/Liverpool) | Market value: €30m &copyimago images

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Leon Bailey (Jamaica/Aston Villa) | Market value: €30m &copyimago images

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Sébastien Haller (Ivory Coast/Ajax) | Market value: €30m &copyimago images

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Nicolas Pépé (Ivory Coast/Arsenal) | Market value: €30m &copyimago images

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Ismaël Bennacer (Algeria/Milan) | Market value: €30m &copyimago images

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Duván Zapata (Colombia/Atalanta) | Market value: €30m &copyimago images

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Davinson Sánchez (Colombia/Tottenham) | Market value: €30m &copyimago images

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Merih Demiral (Turkey/Atalanta) | Market value: €30m &copyImago/TM

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Ciro Immobile (Italy/Lazio) | Market value: €30m &copyimago images

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Gianluca Scamacca (Italy/Sassuolo) | Market value: €30m &copyimago images

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Andrea Belotti (Italy/Torino) | Market value: €28m &copyImago/TM

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Moise Kean (Italy/Juventus) | Market value: €28m &copyimago images

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Giacomo Raspadori (Italy/Sassuolo) | Market value: €28m &copyImago/TM

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Dominik Szoboszlai (Hungary/Leipzig) | Market value: €28m &copyimago images

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Matteo Politano (Italy/Napoli) | Market value: €27m &copyimago images

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Xaver Schlager (Austria/Wolfsburg) | Market value: €27m &copyimago images

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Konrad Laimer (Austria/Leipzig) | Market value: €26m &copyimago images

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Saïd Benrahma (Algeria/West Ham) | Market value: €25m &copyimago images

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Lorenzo Insigne (Italy/Napoli) | Market value: €25m &copyimago images

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Giovanni Di Lorenzo (Italy/Napoli) | Market value: €25m &copyImago/TM

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Gianluca Mancini (Italy/Roma) | Market value: €25m &copyimago images

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Davide Calabria (Italy/Milan) | Market value: €25m &copyimago images

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Aleksandr Golovin (Russia/Monaco) | Market value: €25m &copyimago images

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Victor Lindelöf (Sweden/Man United) | Market value: €24m &copyimago images

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Eljif Elmas (North Macedonia/Napoli) | Market value: €24m &copyimago images

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Abdoulaye Doucouré (Mali/Everton) | Market value: €24m &copyimago images

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Amadou Haidara (Mali/Leipzig) | Market value: €24m &copyimago images

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Mohamed Camara (Mali/Salzburg) | Market value: €23m &copyimago images

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Hamed Junior Traorè (Ivory Coast/Sassuolo) | Market value: €22m &copyimago images

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Luis Muriel (Colombia/Atalanta) | Market value: €22m &copyGetty Images

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Marcel Sabitzer (Austria/Bayern) | Market value: €22m &copyimago images

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Christoph Baumgartner (Austria/Hoffenheim) | Market value: €22m &copyimago images

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Sasa Kalajdzic (Austria/Stuttgart) | Market value: €22m &copyimago images

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Patson Daka (Zambia/Leicester) | Market value: €22m &copyimago images

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Enock Mwepu (Zambia/Brighton) | Market value: €20m &copyimago images

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Bertrand Traoré (Burkina Faso/Aston Villa) | Market value: €20m &copyimago images

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Kelechi Iheanacho (Nigeria/Leicester) | Market value: €20m &copyimago images

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Samuel Chukwueze (Nigeria/Villarreal) | Market value: €20m &copyimago images

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Paul Onuachu (Nigeria/Genk) | Market value: €20m &copyimago images

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Stefan Savic (Montenegro/Atlético) | Market value: €20m &copyimago images

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Berat Djimsiti (Albania/Atalanta) | Market value: €20m &copyimago images

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Antonin Barak (Czechia/Hellas Verona) | Market value: €20m &copyimago images

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Seko Fofana (Ivory Coast/Lens) | Market value: €20m &copyimago images

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Jérémie Boga (Ivory Coast/Atalanta) | Market value: €20m &copyimago images

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Odilon Kossounou (Ivory Coast/Leverkusen) | Market value: €20m &copyimago images

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Musa Barrow (Gambia/Bologna) | Market value: €20m &copyimago images

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Leonardo Spinazzola (Italy/ Roma) | Market value: €20m &copyimago images

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Alessio Romagnoli (Italy/Milan) | Market value: €20m &copyimago images

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Bryan Cristante (Italy/ Roma) | Market value: €20m &copyimago images

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Davide Frattesi (Italy/Sassuolo) | Market value: €20m &copyimago images

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Wilmar Barrios (Colombia/Zenit) | Market value: €20m &copyimago images

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Yerry Mina (Colombia/Everton) | Market value: €20m &copyimago images

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Manor Solomon (Israel/Shakhtar) | Market value: €18m &copyimago images

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Yangel Herrera (Venezuela/Espanyol) | Market value: €18m &copyimago images

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Konstantinos Mavropanos (Greece/Stuttgart) | Market value: €17m &copyimago images

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Ihlas Bebou (Togo/Hoffenheim) | Market value: €16m &copyimago images

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Khvicha Kvaratskhelia (Georgia/D. Batumi) | Market value: €16m &copywww.rubin-kazan.ru

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Miguel Almirón (Paraguay/Newcastle) | Market value: €16m &copyimago images

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Miralem Pjanic (Bosnia i Hercegowina/Besiktas) | Market value: €15m &copyimago images

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Guillermo Maripán (Chile/Monaco) | Market value: €15m &copyimago images

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Reinildo Mandava (Mosambique/Atlético) | Market value: €15m &copyimago images

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Geoffrey Kondogbia (Central African Republic/Atlético) | Market value: €15m &copyimago images

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Mbemba (DR Congo/Porto) | Market value: €15m &copyimago images

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Silas Katompa Mvumpa (DR Congo/Stuttgart) | Market value: €15m &copyimago images

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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Gabon/Barcelona) | Market value: €15m &copyimago images

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden/Milan) | Market value: €4m &copyimago images

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The 30-year-oldLiverpool forward was the tragic hero as he missed the decisive penalty in what was a re-match of the Africa Cupfinal againstSenegal. Blinded by countless laser pointers, Salah put his penalty over the crossbar. With a market value of €100 million, Salah is the second most valuable player on the planet to miss out on qualifying for the World Cup. The only player with a higher market value not to travel to the World Cup is the second most valuable player on the planet: Erling Haaland(€150m). The Borussia Dortmundstriker could not get past the group stage with Norway. The Scandinavian country finished third behind the Netherlands and now also eliminatedTurkey.

The country with the most players with a market value of €20 million or more not to qualify is European championItaly. The Squadra Azzurra has 25 players available with a €20 million-plus market value. Nonetheless, underdog, North Macedonia was able to eliminate Italy in the playoffs, which is why Gianluigi Donnarumma,Jorginho, and Co. could not qualify for the second time in a row.

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Like Salah’s Egypt,Sweden were also eliminated on Tuesday after losing 2-0 toPoland in the World Cup qualification playoff finals. As a result, Zlatan Ibrahimoviccontinues to await his first-ever World Cup goal. “I will continue as long as I can,” Ibrahimovic said after the lost final. “You will not get a different answer only because we lost this game and we are not going to the World Cup.” Ibrahimovic will be 44 when the World Cup is headed to North America in 2026. Ibrahimovic is not among the most valuable players to miss out, but his fantastic statistics and star power are reason enough to mention the Swedish forward.

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From Salah to Ibrahimovic: Stars to miss out on the World Cup – 25 Italians among most valuable