$11.5 billion is the market value of the clubs that qualify for the AFC and European Champions Leagues

.5 billion is the market value of the clubs that qualify for the AFC and European Champions Leagues


The round of 16 competitions for the European and Asian Champions Leagues begin today, with the market value of the clubs qualifying for this round amounting to 11.5 billion dollars, and the largest European share at 10.8 billion, topped by Manchester City (1.3 billion), according to the Transfermarkt website.
As for the market value of the 16 clubs in the AFC Champions League, it amounts to $728.8 million, led by Al-Hilal Saudi Arabia, with a value of $260.7 million.

Shandong, China, the lowest by four million dollars
Today, Tuesday, China’s Shandong (four million) and Japan’s Kawasaki (17.7 million) open the first leg matches in the round of 16 of the AFC Champions League before meeting on Wednesday: Korea’s Jeonbuk (21 million), Korea’s Pohang (9.8 million), and Japan’s Yokohama ( 18.2 million) with Bangkok of Thailand (7.2 million), Nasaf of Uzbekistan (10.5 million) with Al Ain of the Emirates (34.1 million), Al-Fayhaa of Saudi Arabia (27.9 million) with Al-Nasr of Saudi Arabia (155.2 million), then they will meet on Thursday: Ulsan of Korea (20.1 million). ) with Japan’s Ventforet (6.6 million), Uzbekistan’s Nafbakhor (8.9 million) with Saudi Arabia’s Al-Ittihad (114.3 million), and finally Iran’s Sepahan (12.6 million) with Saudi Arabia’s Al-Hilal (260.7 million).

Five European clubs with $5.7 billion
On Tuesday, Denmark’s Copenhagen (91.2 million) and Manchester City (1.3 billion) open the first leg matches in the round of 16 of the Champions League before Germany’s Leipzig (521.3 million) meets Spain’s Real Madrid (1.1 billion), then on Wednesday they meet: Lazio. The Italian club (259.7 million) with Germany’s Bayern Munich (1 billion), and France’s Paris Saint-Germain (1.1 billion) with Spain’s Real Sociedad (524.6 million). Then, on Tuesday, February 20, they will meet: Italian Inter Milan (634.7 million) with Spain’s Atletico Madrid. (489.8 million), and the Dutch PSV Eindhoven (304.3 million) with the German Borussia Dortmund (501.1 million), and on Wednesday, February 21: the Portuguese Porto (277.1 million), the English Arsenal (1.2 billion), the Italian Napoli (576.8 million) and the Spanish Barcelona (928.1 million). ).

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