What is the England Euro 2024 Squad’s Net Worth?

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England coach Gareth Southgate has named the 26-man squad that will carry the hopes of a nation into the 2024 European Championship finals in Germany.

England are one of the most favored teams at the best online sportsbooks around the globe and are heading into the tournament with a wealth of attacking talent and potential. They have one of the biggest rising stars in the world of soccer, Jude Belligham, at the heart of their side.

Indeed, if you wanted to sign all the players in the England squad, you would need to spend an estimated $1.5 billion – more than any group in Germany for the finals. But that is only part of the story.

We’ve looked at the net worth of each player in the England Euro squad, taking into account not just their current transfer value, but also their career earnings and commercial deals to calculate the squad’s combined net worth.

England squad combined net worth

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England Squad Net Worth, Player By Player

Every player named in the England squad had to overcome serious competition to earn his place. Now the squad has been announced and the Euro 2024 schedule has been confirmed, all the players will be hoping to get the chance to shine on the biggest European stage this summer.

Here, in squad number order, are the men selected by national coach Southgate and their net worth amounts.

1. Jordan Pickford (Goalkeeper) – $79 Million

England’s undisputed No.1 has been playing for the national side since 2017 and, at 30, is at the peak of his powers. As well as earning nearly $10 million a year, he also has a long-running deal with sportswear giant Puma.

2. Kyle Walker (Defender) – $91 Million

The Manchester City right-back is now 34, but the pace and power that have kept him at the very top of English soccer for more than a decade show no signs of waning.

As well as the earnings he has amassed through his career, Walker also has lucrative deals with brands like Nike and EA Sports.

3. Luke Shaw (Defender) – $114 Million

Even though his season has been wrecked by injury, Manchester United star Shaw remains England’s first-choice left-back.

He has been one of the club’s top earners since moving to Old Trafford 10 years ago, and is also paid by adidas to wear its soccer kit.

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4. Declan Rice (Midfielder) – $159 Million

Rice’s move to Arsenal in 2023 was confirmation of his stellar rise, and added considerably to his commercial power. As well as a contract worth more than $16 million a year, he has a host of endorsements with brands including adidas, Prada, and Sports Direct.

A transfer value of well over $125 million adds considerably to the net worth of one of English soccer’s biggest names.

5. John Stones (Defender) – $115 Million

The classy center-back has been one of England’s top defenders since joining Manchester City in 2016, and is one of the first names on Southgate’s teamsheet.

On top of a wage of $13 million a year, he has a raft of shrewd investments and endorsement deals to boost his net worth significantly.

6. Marc Guéhi (Defender) – $49 Million

Guehi sealed his place on the plane to Germany with a string of fine performances at the heart of Crystal Palace’s defense this season.

At 23, he is only going to improve and his net worth is set to increase significantly over future seasons.

7. Bukayo Saka (Forward) – $174 Million

With charm and charisma to augment his undoubted soccer talent, Saka is one of the members of the England squad whose net worth will spiral in years to come.

The Arsenal attacker is still only 22, but he is already paid more than $16 million a year and has a host of sponsors who recognize his value, including Nando’s and sportswear giant New Balance.

8. Trent Alexander-Arnold (Defender/Midfielder) – $123 Million

Long gone are the days when Alexander-Arnold, a graduate of Liverpool’s academy, was earning just $125 a week.

He’s now one of the club’s biggest stars, a versatile player capable of excelling in defense and midfield. He has a $12.6 million-a-year contract and his commercial deals include an eight-figure tie-up with adidas.

9. Harry Kane (Forward) – $213 Million

Harry Kane’s net worth has been built up over nearly 10 years of outstanding goalscoring excellence for Tottenham and, most recently, Bayern Munich.

The England skipper is also his country’s record goalscorer and, aged 30, he should still have several prolific – and lucrative – years ahead of him. It’s no surprise that his name appears over and over at the top soccer betting sites in numerous markets.

Harry Kane’s net worth was bolstered when he signed a $24 million-a-year contract with the German giants, and his substantial commercial deals include backing from EA Sports, Nike, and many more.

10. Jude Bellingham (Midfielder) – $264 Million

Jude Bellingham is the undoubted star of the squad and one of the players to watch at Euro 2024, despite the presence of a host of outstanding English players.

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Bellingham, who will not be 21 until after the start of the tournament, was key to Real Madrid’s progress to a 15th UEFA Champions League triumph, and will be equally vital to England’s chances of glory in Germany.

He is one of the hottest properties in the soccer world, with the world at his supremely talented feet. McDonald’s, adidas, Louis Vuitton, and Lucozade are just a few of the major names already boosting Jude Bellingham’s net worth, which will only continue to grow in the years to come.

Bellingham is currently favored by many online gambling sites to be in the running for the Golden Boot, not far behind Kane.

11. Phil Foden (Forward) – $191 Million

Foden was the EPL’s Player of the Season in 2023-24 and fully deserved that accolade after a string of superlative performances that helped Manchester City to retain the title.

Still only 24, he has plenty of time to add to his net worth and, if City ever decided to sell him, his transfer value would be astronomical.

Phil Foden’s net worth of almost $200 million is boosted by a string of lucrative commercial deals with top brands including Nike, Hugo Boss, and jewelry company Cernucci.

12. Kieran Trippier (Defender) – $54 Million

At 33, Trippier is one of the veterans of a youthful England squad. His versatility across the back line has helped him to forge a long and distinguished career with the national side.

On top of his substantial earnings over his career, including his current $6.6 million annual wage, he has had endorsement deals with sportswear companies including Nike.

13. Aaron Ramsdale (Goalkeeper) – $45 Million

Ramsdale found himself supplanted by Spanish keeper David Raya at Arsenal this season, but there was never any doubt he’d be in the England squad as backup to Pickford.

Ramsdale earns over $100,000 a week, which could rise if he moves to another club this summer, and his sponsorships include Gillette, adidas, and McDonald’s.

14. Ezri Konsa (Defender) – $47 Million

The 26-year-old Aston Villa center-back has timed his run to the England Euro squad superbly, only making his full international debut as recently as March.

This solid defender earns nearly $120,000 a week on a long-term deal at Villa, and some prominent displays in Germany would undoubtedly boost his sponsorship portfolio.

15. Lewis Dunk (Defender) – $42 Million

A dependable stopper who has spent 15 years in the heart of the Brighton defense and will provide back-up for the regular center-backs in Germany.

His net worth is boosted by a $5.6 million annual pay packet as Brighton’s top earner, while he also wears adidas boots.

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16. Conor Gallagher (Midfielder) – $58 Million

Despite an excellent season at the heart of Chelsea’s midfield, Gallagher travels to Germany unsure of his future plans.

Whether or not Chelsea sell the academy graduate, Gallagher’s net worth is set to grow in future seasons. He is due a big rise on his $1.12 million annual wage, and lucrative endorsement deals will surely follow.

17. Ivan Toney (Forward) – $64 Million

Toney claimed a space as back-up striker to Kane despite an undistinguished season with Brentford following his eight-month ban relating to breaches of soccer’s gambling regulations.

He is highly regarded in English soccer and a goal or two in Germany would boost his net worth substantially.

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18. Anthony Gordon (Forward) – $76 Million

Gordon is another member of the England squad with relatively limited experience. He made his international debut in March following a string of fine performances for Newcastle.

He augments his $6.1 million annual salary with endorsements from brands including adidas.

19. Ollie Watkins (Forward) – $87 Million

If anything happens to Kane, it’s most likely his replacement will be Watkins. The 28-year-old Aston Villa striker had another encouraging season, and he has three England goals to his name already.

Watkins is paid nearly $8 million a year by Villa, and earns more from brands including Under Armour.

20. Jarrod Bowen (Forward) – $82 Million

Bowen scored the goal that clinched the Europa Conference League trophy for West Ham in 2023 and made himself an east London legend.

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Whether he gets the chance to add to that in Germany is another question. But Bowen is highly regarded around the EPL, and his long $160,000-a-week contract adds to his net worth.

21. Eberechi Eze (Forward) – $71 Million

Eze is one of four Crystal Palace players in the England squad, and earned his place with some stellar performances in his club’s strong finish to the EPL season.

An exciting wide player who is popular with Palace fans, he counts New Balance and Burberry among the brands he works with.

22. Joe Gomez (Defender) – $67 Million

It feels as though Gomez has been a promising youngster throughout his nine years with Liverpool. He has long been a trusted and dependable squad member, and can be relied upon to do the same for England in a pinch.

His net worth is boosted by commercial deals with brands such as adidas.

23. Dean Henderson (Goalkeeper) – $45 Million

After several seasons being loaned out by Manchester United, Henderson finally found a home at Crystal Palace in 2023-24. Perhaps his patience with England, for whom he has won one cap in six years, will be similarly rewarded.

Henderson’s $6.6 million annual salary is augmented by sponsorship deals including a link with Claw Aqua Fit gloves.

24. Cole Palmer (Forward) – $91 Million

Palmer erupted on to the EPL season with an astonishing first season for Chelsea after leaving Manchester City. He scored 22 EPL goals and lifted a stuttering Chelsea team to sixth in the table.

His $28,000 weekly salary is relatively low, but his contract runs until 2030. More commercial deals will surely follow as his star continues to rise.

25. Adam Wharton (Midfielder) – $38 Million

Wharton made his international debut just before the tournament and was then named in the England Euro squad.

It’s the latest step in a steep rise for a midfielder who moved from Blackburn to Crystal Palace in January. His value to club and sponsors will inevitably rise in the next season or two.

26. Kobbie Mainoo (Midfielder) – $58 Million

Few players have ever progressed through the ranks more swiftly than Mainoo. He started the EPL season with just one Manchester United appearance to his name.

By the end of it this accomplished midfielder, still only 19, was a first-team regular, scored the winning goal in the FA Cup final, and clinched a place in the England Euro squad.

Brands including Nando’s are already interested and his salary – and net worth – will undoubtedly rise soon.

England Squad Net Worth Total – $2.5 Billion

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It’s a sobering thought that the players in the England squad set to grace various Euro 2024 stadiums this summer have a total net worth of $2.497 billion.

Men such as Harry Kane, Phil Foden, and the new rising star of English soccer, Jude Bellingham, are incredibly valuable properties.

If they can help to end a 58-year wait for a trophy, and produce the performances that make England the champions of Europe for the first time, that value will only get higher and higher.

Martin Booth
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Martin Booth
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Martin brings extensive experience from the gambling industry to the task of writing about global online sports betting and casino operations. He spent more than two decades in senior roles on the sports desks of UK national newspapers, then moved on to work in a B2C and B2B capacity for major gambling firms. He now runs an award-winning copywriting consultancy and has written extensively for sites such as Gambling.com, Bookies.com, Casino.org and Horseracing.co.uk. Martin has been interested in gambling for more than 50 years, ever since he had two shillings each way on Red Rum in the 1973 Grand National.