Posts Tagged ‘Soccer Rankings’

Ansu Fati

The best Fati cards to invest in are his 2019/20 PSA 10 Topps Chrome UCL Sapphire’s. They are selling for under $40 which is cheap considering how iconic the set is and the fact that the card is slabbed. If you are big on Fati’s potential, this is the card to get.

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Mohammed Kudus

Be on the lookout for his Obsidian rookies and his Stadium Club Chrome autographs. If you can win an obsidian in an auction, it will be a fantastic investment for when he makes his move. His Stadium Club autos are his first ever autos and sell for quite cheap. Picking up a couple of those would be a wise investment.

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Antony

The 23 year old is not a goalscorer. Antony is a flashy winger that breaks down defenses and creates opportunities for his teammates. Although this is great, assists and creating chances don’t help a players card value. We know he can finish, but we will have to see if next season he changes his game and focuses on scoring.

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Yeremy Pino

There is not much risk in Yeremy’s cards as he has some of the best potential in Europe and his cards are also pretty cheap. Given his early stellar start to his career, a higher ceiling is achievable in the upcoming years.

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Alan Velasco

FC Dallas loves to develop top talent, and Velasco could be one of the subsequent big transfers that line the development pockets of FC Dallas. Velasco is too talented to be in the MLS, and we know what he can do. His rookie cards are in MLS products, and they are incredibly obtainable. He has scored some ridiculous goals for this FC side, and we could see him getting some extreme notoriety as this FC Dallas team plays more meaningful games this summer. As a 20-year-old Argentine, the world is itching to sign talent from South America, and we believe that the 8 Million price tag on TransferMarket, might be an undervaluation.

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Neymar Jr.

Neymar is an incredible footballer. He is undoubtedly one of the best in the world, but he is 31, and his next world cup will be when he is 34. He will be primed for that world cup, but what kind of leadership will he have at that point in his career?

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Kai Havertz

If you have plenty of risk tolerance, Kai’s market can’t get much lower, but a lot needs to go right for his market to boom. This might be a situation where you buy a card or two with money you don’t expect to have, and if he turns a good performance in the ’24 euros or early fall 2023, you might feel fancy. However, it is essential to note that he is just 23.

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