World Cup Most Valuable Players Who Don’t Play For Birth Nations


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.

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L-R: Raheem Sterling, Alphonso Davies, Achraf Hakimi, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and Eduardo Camavinga

  1. 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