Nigeria and Manchester City forward, Kelechi Iheanacho, has been adjudged the ninth most valuable Under-21 player on the
planet earth, according to a report by Soccerex.

The Nigerian international who starred in Manchester City’s pre-season defeat against Bayern Munich on Wednesday in
which he missed a chance from a curling shot is worth £16.8m, according to the report Soccerex Prime Time Sport’s
Football Value Index study.

France forward Anthony Martial was adjudged the most valuable Under-21 player on the planet and was valued at £39.7m, a
figure which doubles Iheanacho’s worth in the top ten list.

Manchester City target Leroy Sane who currently plays for Schalke and Bayern Munich’s Renato Sanches made up the top
three places.

Tottenham Hotspur’s Dele Alli, Kingsley Coman, Embolo, Marcus Rashford and Max Meyer, in that order, finished above
Iheanacho.

Iheanacho is part of the City pre season programme and will not take part in Nigeria’s run at the football tournament of the Rio Olympics. soccerex-nachosoccerex-nacho