There are 137 players in action at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar who will not represent their country of birth including Raheem Sterling and Eduardo Camavinga.
A dozen players in the France squad are of African origin, there is a German in the Wales squad who is surrounded by English-born players and French-born players are dominating African squads – the World Cup has everything.
Ranked in value by Transfermarkt and sourced by Sportslens, Sterling & Davies top the list of World Cup players who were born in a different country to the nation they’re representing.
- Raheem Sterling, England (Jamaica) £70m
Kingston, Jamaica born Raheem Sterling is already on the board for England in the World Cup, bagging the third goal in Monday’s 6-2 thrashing of Iran to open the Three Lions’ Group B campaign.
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Source: Complete Sports