Stars who will miss the Qatar World Cup 2022 and others are threatened
It seems that the fans of the World Cup in Qatar will miss a large number of stars whose national teams did not qualify for the World Championships to be held next year, while these fans hope not to lose watching more stars, such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Robert Lewandowski and the Italian national team players.
There is still hope for the teams of Portugal, Poland and Italy – which will play in the European play-off – to cross into the Qatar World Cup, while there are teams that came out of the race and took their stars with them, and more stars will join next March in the final and decisive stages of the World Cup qualifiers.
Among the most prominent of these and the most expensive in market value at all:
- Norwegian Erling Haaland (Dortmund): 150 million euros.
- Slovenian goalkeeper Ian Oblak (Atletico Madrid): 80 million euros.
- Slovakian Milan Shkriniar (Inter Milan): 60 million euros.
- Ivory Coast Franck Kessé (AC Milan): 55 million euros.
- Ivory Coast Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace): 45 million euros.
- Burkinabe Edmund Tapsoba (Bayer Leverkusen): 40 million euros.
- Norwegian Martin Odegaard (Arsenal): 40 million euros.
- Ivory Coast Nicolas Pepe (Arsenal): 35 million euros.
- Guinean Naby Keita (Liverpool): 32 million euros.
- Ivory Coast Sebastian Haller (Ajax): 27 million euros.
In addition to Ronaldo and Lewandowski, there are stars threatening to miss the World Cup in Qatar:
- Egyptian Mohamed Salah (Liverpool): His country qualified for the final stage of the World Cup qualifiers.
- Senegalese Sadio Mane (Liverpool): His country qualified for the final stage of the World Cup qualifiers.
- Welshman Gareth Bale (Real Madrid): His country qualified for the European play-off.
- Austrian David Alaba (Real Madrid): His country finished fourth in its group, yet qualified for the European play-off.
- Uruguayan Luis Suarez (Atlético Madrid): The hopes of his country were dealt a severe blow, and they are ranked seventh in the South American qualifiers.
- Italian Jorginho (Chelsea): The Euro 2020 champion failed to qualify directly for the Qatar World Cup, leaving the qualifying card directly to the Swiss team.
- Chilean Alexis Sanchez (Inter Milan): The Chilean national team is no different from Celeste, as it is ranked sixth in the South American qualifiers.
- Swede Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Milan): The 40-year-old hoped that his country would qualify directly for the Qatar World Cup and not enter the maze of the European supplement that he was previously afflicted with, but “Ibra” and his colleagues should fight this battle if he intends to end his international football career global participation.