Thanks to their new acquisitions, the American squad outperforms Lionel Messi’s Inter Miami and is in the top ten on the continent.

With confirmation of the scorer’s signing Julian Quinonec and star defender Kevin AlvarezThe Eagles became the seventh most valuable club in the Americas.

According to the latest update of the specialized site Transfermarkt, America estimated at $92.8 million the number that above clubs like Inter Miami with everything and recent signings of Lionel Messi and Sergio Busquets.

According to these figures, The Eagles beat the Garzas by $12.4 million since the cost of the American team is estimated at $ 80.4 million, although the transfer of Jordi Alba does not yet appear in the update, which was confirmed just a few hours ago.

These two teams are the most valuable in their respective countries, with their latest moves taking Inter Miami to number one in the rankings. MLS, while America did the same on the list MX league.

Yes indeed Club Miami outperforms other Mexican teams such as the Tigres in market valuewhich is valued at US$75 million; Chivas, with $73.8 million and Rayados de Monterrey, valued at $72.3 million, which are the highest estimates.

The signing of a contract with Colombian Julian Quinones from Atlas helped America rise to this position, which increased the cost of Azulcremas by $9.7 million.

Flamengo is the most valuable team on the continent

The first place in this table is occupied by Flamengo, the reigning champions of the Copa Libertadores and Copa Brazil, valued at $186.2 million; followed by another Brazilian club: palmeirawith an estimated cost of $162.5 million, finishes the podium with a value well below River Platethe recent Argentine football champion, whose net worth is estimated at $102.1 million.

In fourth position is Atlético Mineiro, valued at $100 million, ranked fifth Atlético Paranaense ($96.4 million), below Corinthians ($93.8 million) and America ($92.8 million).

Rounding out the top 10 are three more Brazilians: Red Bull Bragantino (US$90.6 million), Sao Paulo ($87.9 million) and Santos FC (84.7 million)

Author: Jorge Hernandez
Source: La Opinion


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