Most Valuable Teams of 2021 Africa Cup of Nations

Sat 15 January 2022 | 5:40

The African Cup of Nations is coming up. Although officially held after a first postponement last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the CAN will kick off on 9 January. The following are the most valuable teams of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations.


Africa Cup of Nations

, the African equivalent of the Euros, is an international tournament organised by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) traditionally at biennial intervals. This brings together the best national teams on the continent to compete against each other once again in Africa. Just as in the case of Euro 2020, the 2021 edition of the African Cup of Nations was postponed by a year due to the covid situation.

The original plan "B" for the postponed championship was to be held in 2021, in June/July, at the same time as the European Championship. However, the Confederation of African Football subsequently found such a period to be inappropriate or even risky in terms of weather conditions, so the Africa Cup of Nations was moved to the winter of 2022.

This edition of the Africa Cup of Nations will be played in Cameroon and will feature 24 national teams. Comoros and Gambia are the two debutants at this winter's tournament. Among the favourites for this year's edition, Egypt is the national team with the most titles (7). They are counting on Mo Salah, the star of the team and the tournament. In this article, we will take a look at the most valuable teams participating in this year's African Cup of Nations.

Most Valuable Teams of 2021 AFCON

This year, there are lots of stars with very high market values playing in the tournament, including the above mentioned Salah of the Egypt national team. Alongside Mo Salah, the Africa Cup of Nations will have other European football stars. Liverpool's Sadio Mane is representing Senegal, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang is captaining Gabon. Riyad Mahrez and Benrahma are two of Algeria's top players.

Edouard Mendy and Kalidou Koulibaly are Senegal's stars in defence. Other players in the squad include Mane and Idrissa Gana Gueye. The Africa Cup of Nations will also see Sebastian Haller. He was called up to the Ivory Coast squad. Haller, Kessie, Zaha and Pepe are the stars of the Ivory Coast national team. Stay tuned as in this article we will take a look at the most valuable teams of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations.

10 – Guinea – Total Market Value: 94.75 Million Euros

The national team of


is the 10th most valuable team of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations with a market value of 94.75 million Euros. As expected, the most valuable player of the team is Naby Keita with a market value of €30.00 million, followed by Ilaix Moriba is worth €20.00 million.


is definitely not one of the big favourites to win the 33rd edition of the African Cup of Nations. However, fortunately, it is not always the favourites who win, as was the case with Zambia in 2012. Can Guinea pull off a similar feat to that of Herve Renard's men back then? In any case, they have some very interesting players, and the coach can count on some quality men.

Those who follow France's top two divisions will identify a number of players in Guinea's squad. There are, for example, many players from Ligue 2 with Florentin Pogba (Sochaux), Ousmane Kanté (Paris FC) or Issiaga Sylla (Toulouse). They are joined by two players from the French top-flight: Saïdou Sow (Saint-Étienne) and Mohamed Bayo (Clermont).

The team also includes some very good players, in particular Amadou Diawara from Roma and Aguibou Camara from Olympiakos. However, the star of this team is Naby Keita, an important Liverpool player that Jürgen Klopp can always count on. He is clearly the leader of this Guinea! Naby's performance will undoubtedly influence Syli's progress.

On this Africa Cup of Nations, Guinea has every chance of advancing to the knockout stage. Their odds are likely to be quite good, and the nation is not drawn in a tough group with Malawi, Zimbabwe and


. The team of Naby Keita has all the qualities needed to finish at least second in their group and will be favourites against Malawi and Zimbabwe. If they fail to do so, they will have to try to finish as one of the best third-placed teams to qualify.

It seems that the first place of the group will be difficult to reach, as Senegal is the biggest favourite of this group B. However, there are always some surprises in the group stages of major competitions, and Guinea seems to have the ideal profile to be one of them. Strength, technique, youth, experience, a great player... all seem to be there to create achievements.

Guinea has only ever seen the colours of a final once in its history, in 1976 when the team made it to the final. They have reached the quarter-finals of an African Cup of Nations four times without going further in the competition. The team has been eliminated in the preliminary round three times in the last six editions, and once in the group stage. Guinea is looking to finally shine in 2022. The Syli National will be one to watch this time.

9 – Ghana - Total Market Value: 127.95 Million Euros

Boasting a total market value of around 128 million Euros, Ghana is the 9th team in the list of most valuable teams of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations. The tireless defensive midfielder and the true star of the Ghana team, Thomas Partey, is the most valuable footballer in the squad with a market value of 40 million Euros. The young left-winger Kamaldeen Sulemana is the second most valuable player of the Ghana team with a market value of 20 million Euros.

Ghana, which is ranked 52nd in the world by FIFA, has been looking for success for several years. Although the country has often been heralded as a leader, they have never had the same taste of success as before. A four-time winner of the African Cup of Nations (1963, 1965, 1978 and 1982), the country has held the record for the number of finals played (8) since 2014.

After being eliminated from the round of 16 of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, Ghana will arrive in


with the hope of playing the leading roles. The Blacks Stars, since last September, have recalled Milovan Rajevac, who guided them to the final of the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations, then to the quarterfinals of the World Cup, the same year. Under the leadership of the Serbian, the squad is starting to believe in a new exploit in Cameroon.

The team has a real mix of young, emerging talent, such as Ajax Amsterdam midfielder Mohammed Kudus, who has remained in the squad despite his injury, and key players such as Andre and Jordan Ayew, Thomas Partey and Alexander Djiku.

And although midfielder Salis Abdul Samed (Clermont) and 18-year-old striker Felix Afena Gyan (AS Roma) were left out of the squad at the last minute, this is a Ghana side that has a real chance of holding its own against


in this group.

Considering that they will probably advance from their group to the knockout stage, some pundits believe that the Ghana national team will not be able to make it all the way to the final and enter the Africa Cup of Nations winners list after so many years.

8 – Cameroon - Total Market Value: 140 Million Euros

The host country of this year’s African Cup of Nations is ranked 8th in our list of the most valuable teams of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations, with a team worth 140 million Euros. The 26-years old Napoli defensive midfielder André Zambo Anguissa is the most valuable member of the team with a market value of 30 million Euros, followed by the Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana who has a market value of 15 million Euros.

The Cameroonians are not really among the favourites to win the African Cup of Nations, but one of the main outsiders. This is not only because they are the host of the 2022 edition (2021), but also because of their great team with excellent players. A team that is well acquainted with each other and has been performing well recently.

They have André Onana, the excellent Ajax goalkeeper who has been back on the pitch after a long absence, as an example. Although it will take some time for him to get back into the rhythm, the qualities of this goalkeeper, who is reportedly set to sign for Inter Milan, are definitely there. The defence in front of him has no big names, but it is not only the stars that form a team.

In the midfield, Cameroon will rely on Zambo-Anguissa, the former Marseille man who is having a superb half-season with Napoli. However, it is especially in the attack that the Lions have quality, thanks to the presence of Karl Toko-Ekambi (Lyon) and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting (Bayern).

One encouraging figure for Cameroon: since 2010 (6 editions), 6 of the 7 host countries have been able to qualify for the knockout stages. The only exception was Gabon in 2017, which finished third in their group.


(2019) reached the round of 16, Equatorial Guinea (2015) the semi-finals, South Africa (2013) the quarter-finals, Gabon and Equatorial Guinea (2012, co-hosts) the quarter-finals, and Angola (2010) were also among the last eight teams. This figure is consistent with previous editions and reinforces that Cameroon should see the final stages of this tournament.

Cameroon has everything it takes to finish top of a group that is hardly competitive on paper. Their team, their status as favourites and the fact that they are going to play in front of their home crowd. Except for a surprise, the Lions will logically finish first in their group and therefore hope to play a third-seeded team, a weaker opponent than them.

7 – Mali - Total Market Value: 152.35 Million Euros

With the likes of Brighton & Hobe Albion central midfielder Yves Bissouma (€25.00m), the 23-years old RB Leipzig central midfielder Amadou Haidara (€24.00m) and the powerful Red Bull Salzburg defensive midfielder Mohamed Camara (€23.00m),


national team is ranked 7th in this list of most valuable teams of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations and has a total market value of around 152 million Euros.

Having missed out on the last World Cup in Russia, Mali is one of several nations struggling to establish themselves on the international stage. However, on a continental scale, Mali is quite capable of surprising. In qualifying for the round of 16 at the previous Africa Cup of Nations, they nevertheless came up against a formidable wall in the form of Côte d'Ivoire.

Mali finished top of their group with 13 points, beating Guinea, Namibia and Chad in the qualifying rounds for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations. The Malians, who only lost to Guinea once, had the chance to go all the way. Their performance was nonetheless convincing and very encouraging.

With Mohamed Magassouba at the helm, the Malian team can nonetheless boast of having some experienced players who play on the old continent. At the back, Kiki Kouyate and Hamari Traore will be keeping a close eye on their teammates and will be guiding them in the right direction.

Mohamed Camara and Amadou Haidara will be in charge of steering the game in midfield. Moussa Doumbia's objective in attack will be to keep the ball rolling. With an average age of 25, the right balance between youth and experience seems to be emerging gradually.

Hamari Traoré is well known to Ligue 1 fans. Having played for Stade Rennais since the 2017/18 season, he went on to win the French Cup against Paris Saint-Germain in 2019. As captain of the Rouge et Noir this season, he seems to have gained the confidence of his coach, and that of the fans.

The 29-year-old right-back has shown himself to be solid in aerial duels and hard-working on the pitch. Therefore, it is logical that the Malian coach has high hopes for him, even offering him to wear the armband. He is the star player of the Malian team and one of the main drivers of their hopes of qualifying for the knockout stages.

6 – Egypt - Total Market Value: 161.8 Million Euros

The national team of Egypt is the 6th most valuable team of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations with a total market value of around 162 million Euros. As you might have already guessed, the most valuable player of the team is the star of Liverpool, Mohamed Salah with a market value of €100 million, followed by the Aston Villa left-winger Trezeguet who is worth €10 million and the Arsenal defensive midfielder Mohamed Elneny with a market value of 9 million Euros.

While Egypt has struggled on the international stage, they are the most successful team on the African continent. Having won the Africa Cup of Nations seven times, they are the most decorated team in the history of the competition.

With three successive wins in 2006, 2008 and 2010, the Pharaohs are widely considered to be a powerhouse. They were unfortunate finalists in 2017 and then failed to reach the last 16 at home in 2019. It was an unfortunate end for the Pharaohs, who topped their qualifying group for the 2022 African Cup of Nations. They have clearly shown their desire to reign again.

As part of this ambition, a new coach has recently arrived on the Egyptian bench. Carlos Queiroz, 68, faces the daunting task of erasing Egypt's recent failure in 2019. The coach can, however, rely on talented players such as Mohamed Salah to ensure his squad runs smoothly.  The average age of the Egyptian team is 27.7 years, with experienced players such as Ahmed Hassan, Mohamed Elneny and Mohamed El Shenawy in their ranks.

Egypt will begin their adventure in Cameroon on 11 January against


. The first game will be more than just a test for the Egyptians. With new coach Carlos Queiroz having recently arrived in the country, the Egyptians will be playing in a new style. With the experience he has gained from working with the likes of Sir Alex Ferguson, the Egyptians are likely to be able to build on their success. Regardless of which way the Egyptians go, they will need to do much better than they did in the last edition.

It is not a secret that Mohamed Salah is not just one of Egypt's best players, but one of the best players in the world. He joined Liverpool in 2017 and has continued to amaze the football world with his talent ever since. He is the captain of his national team and is surely a great inspiration to the Egyptian people. The Liverpool striker headed the team in the previous tournament and will be eager to do better. A quick, dribbling, versatile and technical leader, his teammates can count on his many qualities to score goals.

5 – Algeria - Total Market Value: 187.3 Million Euros

Having a total market value of around 187 million Euros,


is the 5th team in the list of most valuable teams of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations. The experienced right-winger and the biggest star of the Algeria team, Riyad Mahrez, is the most valuable footballer in the squad with a market value of 40 million Euros. The young defensive midfielder Ismaël Bennacer who plays for AC Milan is the second most valuable player of the Algeria team with a market value of 30 million Euros.

Algeria's team, which won the African Cup of Nations in 2019, had a great tournament and deserved to be crowned. The Algerian people were thrilled to win their second trophy, following the one they had won in 1990, for a whole month. The objective for the Fennecs at the beginning of 2022 will therefore be clear: to defend their title and win a second CAN in a row. The aim is to make even more history in African football. Algeria will start the tournament in Cameroon as the favourites to win the trophy.

With an ever-talented squad and an equally impressive coach, Djamel Belmadi, the Greens will be coming to Cameroon with one objective: to repeat their success of two years ago. Starman Riyad Mahrez is looking as bright as ever for Manchester City and is likely to carry the team throughout the tournament.

The native of Sarcelles can count on quality team-mates such as Aïssa Mandi (Villarreal), Ramy Bensebaini (Monchengladbach), Youcef Atal (Nice), Ismael Bennacer (Milan), Saïd Benrahma (West Ham), Adam Ounas (Napoli) and Islam Slimani (Lyon). This mix of technique, speed, young talent and above all experience will help Algeria to go far in this new competition.

One of the most expected countries to win the final in Cameroon, Algeria is naturally the favourite of its group E. The defending champion nation is expected to emerge from its group with little trouble, given that its opponents are much weaker on paper like Sierra Leone and Equatorial Guinea. However, the challenge here is to finish in first place in the group. With the Ivory Coast in the group, another favourite for the final victory, chances could be very promising for first place in the group.

We will have to wait and see if the Algerians will be able to establish themselves in the Africa Cup of Nations winners list with a second trophy.

4 – Morocco - Total Market Value: 219.20 Million Euros

One of the favourites to win this year’s African Cup of Nations is ranked 4th in our list of the most valuable teams of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations, with a team worth around 219 million Euros. The 23-years old Paris Saint-Germain right-back Achraf Hakimi is the most valuable member of the team with a market value of 70 million Euros, followed by the FC Sevilla centre-forward Youssef En-Nesyri who has a market value of 40 million Euros.

Morocco's full squad, complete with all its stars and free of injury, is obviously one of the best at the 2022 (2021) Africa Cup of Nations. However, it is with a slightly weaker squad that Morocco should present itself for this CAN in Cameroon. With coach Vahid not happy with the involvement of Hakim Ziyech, and Sevilla striker Youssef En-Nesyri injured for a few months but still included in the squad, Morocco will have to reinvent themselves in attack on the various stages of the competition.

However, the good news for Moroccan fans is that the squad at the coach's disposal is of course still of high quality. Leading the way is Achrak Hakimi, the highly attacking PSG full-back who no longer needs to be presented and who impresses everyone with his incessant back and forth on the pitch. Together with him, Romain Saïss (Wolverhampton) and Nayef Aguerd (Rennes) form a solid defence for the Atlas Lions.

Added to these are very good players such as Sofyan Amrabat (Athens), Imran Louza (Watford), Selim Amallah (Standard Liege), Sofiane Boufal (Angers) or Munir El-Haddadi (Sevilla), and most importantly the brilliant goalkeeper Yassine Bounou (Sevilla). Morocco, even with its absentees (Ziyech and Mazraoui), is an outstanding nation from a footballing point of view.

Morocco, of course, does not have an easy group to play in, with Ghana, who are strong in official competitions, and Gabon, who is a tough opponent to beat. However, Morocco remain favourites to qualify and should be able to do so by finishing in the top two in the group.

Morocco's first-place finish in the group is a little less certain than a simple qualification, but Boufal and his colleagues have the necessary qualities to finish first, and therefore have a good chance of coming up against an opponent who is lower than them on paper in the knockout phase. To achieve this, they will have to do well in their first match against Ghana, who appear to be the most serious contenders for the top spot in the group.

But Morocco is also very strong at the back. Vahid Halilhodzic's team managed to concede only one goal in six games during the qualifying campaign for the African Cup of Nations and therefore finished as the best defensive team in the qualifying round. Morocco will have to be extra vigilant and remain very solid defensively, as they are lacking in attacking elements, as explained earlier.

3 – Nigeria - Total Market Value: 246 Million Euros

With the likes of

Leicester City

defensive midfielder Wilfred Ndidi (€60.00m), the 25-years old Leicester City striker Kelechi Iheanacho (€20.00m) and the talented Villareal CF right-winger Samuel Chukwueze (€20.00m), Nigeria national team is ranked 3rd in this list of most valuable teams of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations and has a total market value of 246 million Euros.

Semi-finalists in 2019 and knocked out at the group stage of the World Cup in


, Nigeria appears to be full of ambitions. The Nigerians, who won the African Cup of Nations in 2013, have displayed a convincing level of play since the World Cup. Is it time for Nigeria to dream of being better again?

With quality and efficiency forming an integral part of the Nigerian team, the Eagles logically finished top of their 2021 African Cup of Nations qualification group ahead of Sierra Leone, Benin and Lesotho. The Nigerians had a perfect record of 14 points and were undefeated.

With the average age of 26, Jose Peseiro will have to find the right combination to allow his squad to perform. The likes of William Troost-Ekong, Wilfred Ndidi and Kelechi Iheanacho will bring their experience at the highest level to the team, enabling them to aim for the top.

Following five years of dedicated service, Gernot Rohr was dismissed as Nigeria's coach. The federation gave Augustine Eguavoen the difficult task of preparing the team for the African Cup of Nations and the World Cup qualifiers in Qatar.

The coach, who had already been in charge of the national team between 2005 and 2007, returned to the Super Eagles' bench and was replaced by Jose Peseiro 10 days before the start of the competition. The warm-up matches leading up to the tournament certainly provided an insight into the style of play to be expected at the tournament. However, the rationale for this decision is questionable.

The 24-year-old Wilfred Ndidi is considered one of the best players in the Nigerian national team. The Leicester midfielder is a star performer for his club in the Premier League. Under the guidance of Brendan Rodgers, the Nigerian international is constantly blossoming. Coveted by many of Europe's top teams for his defensive and attacking qualities, Wilfred Ndidi has been impressive and all eyes will be on him during the upcoming competition.

Ndidi is a self-sacrificing midfielder who works hard for the team, tackling wisely and making some excellent interceptions. He has been an essential member of the Foxes' system of play. While he is the steward of Leicester's midfield, he is the orchestra conductor within his national team. He is a great resource for his team and his youth and discipline will no doubt be an advantage in January.

2 – Ivory Coast - Total Market Value: 306.1 Million Euros

The national team of

Ivory Coast

is the 2nd most valuable team of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations with a market value of around 306 million Euros. The 25-years old AC Milan central midfielder Franck Kessié is the most valuable member of the team with a market value of 48 million Euros, followed by the Crystal Palace left-winger Wilfried Zaha who has a market value of 40 million Euros and the prolific centre-forward of Ajax who has been a real gem for the Dutch club in UEFA Champions League this season who is worth 30 million Euros.

The Ivory Coast has had some great players: Yaya Toure, Kolo Toure, Salomon Kalou but above all Didier Drogba. Yet the latter did not participate in the 2015 championship, and it was an entire team that won the second title in the history of the Elephants in Egypt. There are no big stars in the squad today, and they will have to play as a team, and occasionally be very solid. The Elephants are, after all, still a herd!

However, a lack of big stars does not necessarily mean a lack of good or excellent players. After all, Ivory Coast has a very good squad and is clearly one of the favourites to win the 2022 (2021) Africa Cup of Nations. At the back, they have Boly (Wolverhampton), Bailly (United), Aurier (Villarreal) and Maxwell Cornet (Burnley).

Franck Kessié is the key figure in Milan's midfield, which has been in the running for the Serie A title this season. And in front, the qualities are also very much in evidence, with players rushing to play in the games: Nicolas Pépé (Arsenal), Jérémie Boga (Sassuolo), Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace) and Max-Alain Gradel (Sivasspor).

However, the number one attacking force is Ajax's centre-forward Sebastien Haller, who has performed very well since signing for the Dutch capital, most notably this season in the group stages of the UEFA Champions League with 10 goals in just 6 games. This player will perhaps be the biggest revelation of this African Cup of Nations!

In the last 8 editions, the Elephants have participated in the final stages 7 times, lifting the trophy in 2015 and playing two finals in 2006 and 2012. A great record over the last 15 years, which not many nations can boast of. However, one thing is for sure, Ivory Coast loves the finals in the 21st century, and this is a challenge to be taken up in the group stages of the 2022 edition (2021).

For the Ivory Coast's group, to be called a "group of death" would be a gross exaggeration. However, there is the presence of Algeria, which is one of the ultimate favourites for this 33rd edition of the African Cup of Nations. The presence of a big team does not really make it possible to make a mistake against the smaller ones, and the Ivorians will quickly have to get back into the competition and collect points before the shock on the third day. The chances of Kessie and Co finishing top of the group should be very good.

Sebastien Haller, who we mentioned earlier, is coming into this tournament in great shape and has scored a lot of goals for Ajax this year, particularly in the Champions League. The battle for the title of top scorer at this year's Africa Cup of Nations is very tough, and the excitement is at its peak, with so many quality players taking part. However, it would not be foolish to see the Ivorian finish as the competition's top scorer, which would be a logical extension of his excellent first half of the season.

1 – Senegal - Total Market Value: 342.9 Million Euros

With the likes of Liverpool left-winger Sadio Mane (€80.00m), the 30-years old SSC Napoli central defender Kalidou Koulibaly (€45.00m) and the impressive


goalkeeper Edouard Mendy (€32.00m), Senegal national team is the most valuable team of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations and has a total market value of around 343 million Euros. The other valuable members of the team worth mentioning are Ismaïla Sarr (€27.00m), PSG fullback Abdou Diallo (€25.00m) and Pape Sarr (€20.00m).

The Senegalese are one of the big favourites to win the 2022 (2021) African Cup of Nations in Cameroon. And that status does not come from anywhere. The Senegal squad, which has been coached since 2015 by its former captain Aliou Cisse, boasts world-class players who are accustomed to the biggest shocks in every line. Beginning with Edouard Mendy, European champion and Chelsea's last line of defence, who has performed miracles again this season.

Ahead of him is Kalidou Koulibaly, the solid Napoli defender who is enjoying a superb year with his club. In midfield, Idrissa Gueye, who has been the strong man in the Parisian midfield and is enjoying a great season with the capital club. In front, Sadio Mané, who needs no introduction and who provides a magnificent duo with Mohamed Salah for



But besides these established players, the squad is full of talent: Alfred Gomis (Rennes), Bouna Sarr (Bayern Munich), Fode Ballo Toure (Milan), Abdou Diallo (PSG), Pape Sarr (Tottenham - on loan at Metz), Ismaïla Sarr (Watford), Bamba Dieng (Marseille) or Boulaye Dia (Villarreal). The Lions of Teranga can be confident this year: the talent is there!

They are the clear favourites in their group and logically should finish in the first place without a hitch. The chances for this are very high considering the competition in this group B, as Senegal is above its opponents on paper. This is one of those groups that we will be going to watch some of the most exciting African Cup of Nations fixtures 2021 in it this year.

Suppose that Senegal finishes first in its group, it would then play its round of 16 against a nation drafted among the best third of the group. Senegal would then face the nation from group A (Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Cape Verde), group C (Morocco, Ghana, Comoros, Gabon) or group D (Nigeria, Egypt, Sudan, Guinea-Bissau).

If each group's favourites finish in the top two places, Senegal would then be facing an opponent against whom they would be strong favourites. The route to the semi-finals, or at least the quarter-finals, would therefore seem to be fairly clear, provided Senegal does not make any mistakes along the way.

The Senegalese, finalists in 2002 and 2019, have yet to win the African Cup of Nations in their history. Sadio Mané is hoping to correct this record at the 2022 edition (2021), and therefore add a new major trophy to his list of honours after winning the Champions League and the Premier League with his club Liverpool.

He also has revenge to take on 2019, when Senegal fell short of the title by the narrowest of margins in front of 75,000 spectators. They have been top of the African Zone in the FIFA rankings for many years. Perhaps it is time to confirm this status with a continental title and add themselves to the Africa Cup of Nations winners list.

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