Report FIFA FIFPro World11 list is released

first_imgFIFA have released the FIFA FIFPro World11 55 man shortlist.In a statement released by the world governing body of football, they are acknowledging 55 of the sports top players from the 2018/19 season. This list will be whittled down to a top 11.Interestingly enough, although this is a FIFA world list, there are no players on it that play outside of the European leagues.There are three stands out teams represented, with 11 Barcelona players, 9 Real Madrid and 7 from Liverpool.The FIFA statement read:“The 55 names in the running to be selected in the FIFA FIFPro Men’s World11 have been announced.“After thousands of professional male football players from all over the world voted for their outstanding player in each position.”“For the first time this year, FIFA and FIFPro will recognise the world’s outstanding ‘team’ in both the men’s and women’s game, meaning the FIFA FIFPro Men’s World11 will succeed the FIFA FIFPro World11 that was inaugurated in 2009.”“That year, FIFA and FIFPro joined forces to honour the best 11 players of the year, and it was presented for the first time at the 2009 FIFA World Player Gala.”Goalkeepers:Alisson Becker (BRA) – Liverpool FC David De Gea (ESP) – Manchester United Ederson Moraes (BRA) – Manchester City Jan Oblak (SVN) – Atletico Madrid Marc-Andre ter Stegen (GER) – FC BarcelonaJadon Sancho, Borussia DortmundCrouch: Liverpool could beat Man United to Jadon Sancho Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Peter Crouch wouldn’t be surprised to see Jadon Sancho end up at Liverpool one day instead of his long-term pursuers Manchester United.Defenders:Jordi Alba (ESP) – FC Barcelona Trent Alexander-Arnold (ENG) – Liverpool FC Dani Alves (BRA) – Paris Saint-Germain / Sao Paulo FC Joao Cancelo (POR) – Juventus / Manchester City Daniel Carvajal (ESP) – Real Madrid Giorgio Chiellini (ITA) – Juventus Matthijs de Ligt (NED) – Ajax / Juventus Diego Godin (URU) – Atletico Madrid / Internazionale Joshua Kimmich (GER) – Bayern Munich Kalidou Koulibaly (SEN) – SSC Napoli Aymeric Laporte (FRA) – Manchester City Marcelo (BRA) – Real Madrid Gerard Pique (ESP) – FC Barcelona Sergio Ramos (ESP) – Real Madrid Andrew Robertson (SCO) – Liverpool FC Alex Sandro (BRA) – Juventus Thiago Silva (BRA) – Paris Saint-Germain Virgil van Dijk (NED) – Liverpool FC Raphael Varane (FRA) – Real Madrid Kyle Walker (ENG) – Manchester CityMidfielders:Sergio Busquets (ESP) – FC Barcelona Casemiro (BRA) – Real Madrid Kevin de Bruyne (BEL) – Manchester City Frenkie de Jong (NED) – Ajax / FC Barcelona Christian Eriksen (DEN) – Tottenham Hotspur Eden Hazard (BEL) – Chelsea FC / Real Madrid N’Golo Kante (FRA) – Chelsea FC Toni Kroos (GER) – Real Madrid Arthur Melo (BRA) – FC Barcelona Luka Modric (CRO) – Real Madrid Paul Pogba (FRA) – Manchester United Ivan Rakitic (CRO) – FC Barcelona Bernardo Silva (POR) – Manchester City Dusan Tadic (SRB) – Ajax Arturo Vidal (CHI) – FC BarcelonaForwards:Sergio Aguero (ARG) – Manchester City Karim Benzema (FRA) – Real Madrid Cristiano Ronaldo (POR) – Juventus Roberto Firmino (BRA) – Liverpool FC Antoine Griezmann (FRA) – Atletico Madrid / FC Barcelona Son Heungmin (KOR) – Tottenham Hotspur Harry Kane (ENG) – Tottenham Hotspur Robert Lewandowski (POL) – Bayern Munich Sadio Mane (SEN) – Liverpool FC Kylian Mbappe (FRA) – Paris Saint-Germain Lionel Messi (ARG) – FC Barcelona Neymar (BRA) – Paris Saint-Germain Mohamed Salah (EGY) – Liverpool FC Raheem Sterling (ENG) – Manchester City Luis Suarez (URU) – FC Barcelona🚨 @FIFPro together with @FIFAcom proudly presents the men’s #World11 of 2019 🚨For the first time in 🔟 years the @premierleague has the most shortlisted players…Read more here 👇 #TheBest #OneStage— FIFPRO (@FIFPro) September 5, 2019last_img read more