Where do England sit among Euro 2016's most expensive squads?


If expensive is best, then Spain will win Euro 2016.

That's according to a study by ING Bank, which has found that, at £522million, Spain's 23-man squad will be by far the most valuable in France this summer.

Here's the top 10:

10. Turkey - £136million

Most valuable player: Arda Turan - £26million

Arda Turan playing for Turkey
(Lefteris Pitarakis/AP)

9. Poland - £138million

Most valuable player: Robert Lewandowski - £53million

Robert Lewandowski celebrates scoring for Poland
(Czarek Sokolowski/AP)

8. Croatia - £206million

Most valuable player: Luka Modric - £38million

Luka Modric playing for Croatia
(Darko Bandic/AP)

7. Portugal - £242million

Most valuable player: Cristiano Ronaldo - £83million

Cristiano Ronaldo playing for Portugal
(Paulo Duarte/AP)

6. Italy - £249milion

Most valuable player: Leonardo Bonucci - £23million

Leonardo Bonucci playing for Italy
(Kerstin Joensson/AP)

5. England - £355million

Most valuable player: Raheem Sterling - £38million

Raheem Sterling playing for Italy
(Owen Humphreys/PA)

4. Belgium - £359million

Most valuable player: Eden Hazard - £53million

Eden Hazard playing for Belgium
(Petros Karadjias/AP)

3. France - £391million

Most valuable player: Paul Pogba - £49million

Paul Pogba playing for France
(Peter Dejong/AP)

2. Germany - £449million

Most valuable player: Thomas Muller - £56million

Thomas Muller playing for Germany
(Kerstin Joensson/AP)

1. Spain - £522million

Most valuable player: Sergio Busquets - £38million

Spain's Sergio Busquets in a press conference
(Manu Fernandez/AP)

At the other end of the scale, Northern Ireland (£28million) are the tournament's second least valuable squad, with only Hungary (£22million) ranked lower.

The figures, if you're wondering, come from values given on transfermarkt.com, using an estimated final 23 for each nation.