Ranking Football’s Most Valuable Pair of Brothers Currently Playing As Bellingham Boys Lead the Way

Ranking Football’s Most Valuable Pair of Brothers Currently Playing As Bellingham Boys Lead the Way

Byron Pillay
March 22, 2024 at 10:12 AM
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  • Jude and Jobe Bellingham are the most valuable pair of brothers still playing today
  • Jude is also one of the most valuable players in the world, coming in at €180 million
  • Inaki and Nico Williams and Kylian and Ethan Mbappé also feature on the top ten list

Football is a team sport, and who makes a better team than a pair of brothers?

Throughout the years, there have been famous sets of brothers who either played together or for different teams.

The Nevilles, Toures, Boatengs, and Hazards all played professional football at the same time, but a new batch of talented siblings are making the headlines.

The Bellingham brothers, Jude and Jobe, are the most valuable footballing pair of brothers in the world.
Inaki and Nico Williams and Jude and Jobe Bellingham are among the most valuable brothers in world football. Image: Urbanandsport/ Pierre Mouton.
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Sports Brief looks at the most valuable pair of brothers currently competing.

The 10 most valuable brothers in football

The Bellingham’s – Market Value of €189 million

The English duo of Jude and Jobe take the top spot, thanks mainly to the Real Madrid star’s success.

Jude is valued at €180 million, while Jobe comes in at €9 million. Despite their difference in valuation, one should not write off the younger Bellingham just yet.

The youngster was recently by Sunderland, and he’s already scoring goals that have earned him comparisons with his more famous brother, FourFourTwo reported.

The Mbappé’s - Market Value of €180.50 million

Second on the list is the French pairing of Kylian and Ethan.

Like Jude and Jobe, their high value is thanks to the older brother’s exploits. Kylian is valued at €180 million, while Ethan is only €500 000.

The younger Mbappé also has a bright future ahead of him and has made senior appearances for Paris Saint-Germain as he looks to follow in his brother’s footsteps.

The Hernández’s - Market Value of €105 million

Another French pairing, Theo and Lucas come in at number three.

The brothers both play left-back and are some of the most exciting talents in that position.

Lucas currently plies his trade at PSG, and is valued at €45 million, while Theo is at AC Milan in Serie A and comes in at €60 million. They have both been called up for the French national team for the upcoming international fixtures.

The Thuram’s - Market Value of €10O million

Lilian Thuram remains France’s most-capped player of all time, and his sons are now making their own mark in the sport.

Marcus and Khéphren are proving that they are just as talented as their famous father and have both impressed for their respective sides.

Marcus (€60 million) runs out in the colours of Inter Milan and has already scored 10 goals in 27 games for the Italian outfit. Khéphren (€40 million) plays his football in France for OGC Nice and has been linked with a move to several big European sides before.

The Sané’s - Market Value of €80.35 million

Fifth on the list is the Sané brothers.

While Leroy has made a name for himself with spells at Manchester City and now at Bayern Munich, his younger brother Sidi is lesser known.

The 20-year-old players for Braunschweig in Bundesliga 2 and is only valued at €350 000. Leroy is valued at €80 million and is one of the best wingers in Germany at present.

The rest of the top 10 looks like this:




Combined Values

Luis and Jesùs Díaz

Liverpool and Barranquilla

€75 million and €150 000

€75.15 million

Alexis and Kevin Mac Allister

Liverpool and Union SG

€70 million and €5 million

€75 million

Nico and Iñaki Williams

Athletic Bilbao

€50 million and €25 million

€75 million

Rasmus and Oscar Højlund

Man United and Copenhagen

€65 million and €500 000

€65.50 million

Jurrien & Quinten Timber

Arsenal and Feyenoord Rotterdam

€40 million and €22 million

€62 million

All stats are sourced from Transfermarkt.

Jobe considers Jude best in the world

Sports Brief previously reported how Sunderland’s Jobe Bellingham described his brother Jude as the best player in the world.

The Real Madrid star’s influential performances for the Spanish side have caught attention and drawn comparisons with other legends.

Jobe praised his older brother’s incredible talent, while naming him in his dream team, but also admitted that he was biased.

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Byron Pillay
Byron Pillay is a sports writer and Head of the Department at Sports Brief (joined in 2022) with over 10 years of experience in community journalism and a degree in journalism from Caxton's Cadet School.