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Who will be the future top footballer among the four highest-paid?

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Post time 24-6-2024 06:47:40 | Show all posts |Read mode
Thanks to his impressive performance in the Champions League, Vinicius from Real Madrid has become one of the world's four players valued at a staggering €180 million, joining the ranks of Haaland, Mbappe, and Bellingham. But if we had to pick one among these four with the strongest skills and influence in the football world, who would it be?

First, let's talk about Bellingham, whose value skyrocketed from €120 million to €180 million due to his outstanding performance after joining Real Madrid this season. However, his efficiency in goals and assists decreased in the latter half of the season due to injuries and form issues. Although he's remarkable, his midfield and forward positions put him at a natural disadvantage compared to the other three, making it likely for him to fall behind.

Next up is Haaland, who had a spectacular season last year, leading Manchester City to their first-ever Champions League title among other trophies. However, his main issue lies in his ability to perform in crucial matches, often remaining invisible against strong teams like Arsenal, Liverpool, and Real Madrid this season. He needs to showcase more to prove himself.

Then we have Vinicius and Mbappe, the two most likely candidates to become the top player in the future. Vinicius proved his ability to perform in key matches this season, scoring 33 goals in 33 Champions League matches over the past three years, the most among his peers. He rightfully earned the Champions League MVP title this season. However, Mbappe's skill and off-field influence surpass Vinicius. The social media frenzy caused by Mbappe's announcement of joining Real Madrid speaks volumes. Considering both on and off-field influence, Mbappe is undoubtedly the top player in today's football world. Despite Vinicius' years with Real Madrid, his social media following is still under 50 million, while Mbappe has already surpassed 110 million followers, and his fanbase will continue to grow after joining Real Madrid.

In conclusion, Mbappe has the highest likelihood of becoming the top player in the future. Who do you think will be the future king of football?

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Post time 24-6-2024 09:26:36 | Show all posts
Maybe Messi and Ronaldo have been too dominant over the past decade. These four candidates for the best player in the world today just can't compare to Messi and Ronaldo. However, there's no choice as Messi and Ronaldo are now in the past. These four players are currently the best in the world. I think one of them will win the Ballon d'Or this year, establishing themselves as the top player.

First, let's talk about Haaland. I believe he has the least chance of being the top player among these four. It's not that Haaland isn't good, but his national team, Norway, is holding him back. Norway didn't qualify for the upcoming European Championship, so Haaland won't have the chance to showcase his talent on such a big stage. At Manchester City, he's been great against weaker teams but disappoints in crucial matches. A top player must perform in big games to be considered the best.

Next, Vinicius Jr. is incredibly strong and excels in key matches. He played a significant role in Real Madrid's Champions League victory, making him a top contender for the Ballon d'Or. If he continues to perform brilliantly and leads Brazil to win the Copa America, he might win the Ballon d'Or and establish himself as the best player. However, Vinicius has a temper and reacts strongly to racial abuse, which can sometimes lead to reckless behavior and limit his potential.

Then there's Bellingham, the youngest among these four. Despite being a midfielder, he has a strong offensive capability and is a very versatile player. With Mbappe likely joining Real Madrid next season, Bellingham might play more in midfield. While his stats might drop, his crucial moments' performance could improve, reminiscent of Kaka before Messi and Ronaldo. If he stays healthy, Bellingham's ceiling could be just as high.

Finally, there's Mbappe. Although he hasn't won the Champions League yet, he has a World Cup and scored a hat-trick in the final. Mbappe is already considered one of the best players today, though his position isn't entirely secure. His national team performances have been stellar, and France is a favorite to win the upcoming European Championship. If France wins, Mbappe will solidify his status as the top player. Next season at Real Madrid, Mbappe will have more opportunities than at PSG. Thus, the future top player is most likely to be Mbappe!!
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Post time 24-6-2024 10:54:37 | Show all posts
The player with the highest market value may potentially become the top player, but it's just a possibility, and the probability isn't very high. The market value of a player involves hype and speculation. With the passage of time, individual performance, changes in the environment, the intentions of stakeholders, unexpected events... there are too many variables, making the outcome essentially unpredictable. Perhaps none of them will become the top player! They are merely the most hyped individuals at the moment...!
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Post time 24-6-2024 12:39:04 | Show all posts
Being called "the best" isn't easy at all. It's not just about having great skills. I think character is also very important!
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Post time 24-6-2024 20:51:58 | Show all posts
Mbappé's talent and skill are second to none. Compared to him, others still have some gaps. Mbappé has always been consistently strong, while others are only strong in phases. There is a difference.
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Post time 25-6-2024 20:53:26 | Show all posts
Bellingham, I feel, is still somewhat lacking. Looking at Real Madrid's entire process of winning the Champions League, Bellingham indeed played a role, but it wasn't very significant. If you've seen Spain at their peak, you'd understand that Xavi was the absolute brain, and Iniesta was the absolute cerebellum. This combination of brain and cerebellum helped Spain win two consecutive European Championships and one World Cup. These are truly phenomenal players. I think Bellingham's ceiling is about this high; whether he can continue to improve depends on himself.

Since moving from the Bundesliga to the Premier League, Haaland has given me the impression that, while in the Bundesliga, he was like a tank crushing small cars with absolute dominance. His dribbling and shooting in the Bundesliga were as easy as pie. However, after moving to the Premier League, Haaland has faced more injuries, and his goals in open play are not as phenomenally consistent. Manchester City's success in recent years is more about Guardiola's excellent coaching, with every position perfectly configured. They were already very strong before Haaland joined, he's not a phenomenal presence.

Vinícius Jr. is still relatively young, and he has good game-reading ability. However, if there's a tactical approach to counter his speed, his impact diminishes significantly. Without his speed, he can't break through defenses or score goals. This was very evident in the Champions League final; he was tightly marked in the first half. Of course, Dortmund also employed a high-risk tactic in the first half, running tirelessly, but they ran out of steam in the second half, giving Vinícius Jr. his chance. If there were a very physically strong defender to mark him, he wouldn't get far.

Finally, the real heavyweight in my opinion is Mbappé. He rose to fame young while at Monaco. During the 2016 European Championship, if not for Portugal's last-minute salvation, Mbappé could have become the youngest player to win the European Championship. Later, in the 2018 World Cup, he redeemed himself by leading France to a resounding victory over Croatia and ultimately lifting the World Cup. He has also performed well in multiple Champions League campaigns. This year, if it weren't for transfer issues, I think Mbappé could have led PSG further. There were rumors of a disagreement with the coach during the Champions League, which led to a loss of morale. PSG was built around Mbappé, and even if he left, it should have been on good terms. Instead, it ended in a split with nothing gained. But a world-class player is a world-class player. Mbappé should maintain this momentum for the next five years, and I hope to see more brilliant performances from him!
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