World Cup XI featuring amazing bargains from Man City, Spurs and Real Madrid

first_img7 7 7 7 GOALKEEPERAlisson, Brazil (Internacional to Roma for €8m in 2016) MIDFIELDDele Alli, England (MK Dons to Tottenham for £5m in 2015)Leon Goretzka, Germany (Schalke to Bayern Munich for free in 2018)Christian Eriksen, Denmark (Ajax to Tottenham for £11.5m in 2013) talkSPORT is your home of the 2018 World Cup. Tune in all throughout the summer to hear live commentary of every game, and visit for expert views and analysis of the big games and key moments from Russia.Using only those playing at the World Cup, has come up with a starting XI to rival any top team and it didn’t require large wads of cash to put together.What do you think? Only players who have actually moved between clubs have been selected, meaning those who progressed from youth academies are out, so there is no Lionel Messi, for example. DEFENCEMarcelo, Brazil (Fluminense to Real Madrid for €6.5m in 2006)Gerard Pique (Manchester United to Barcelona for £5m in 2008)Vincent Kompany (Hamburg to Manchester City for £6m in 2008)Dani Carvajal, Spain (Bayer Leverkusen to Real Madrid for £5.5m in 2013)center_img ATTACKThomas Lemar, France (Caen to Monaco for £3.4m in 2015)Robert Lewandowski, Poland (Borussia Dortmund to Bayern Munich for free in 2014)Dries Mertens, Belgium (PSV to Napoli for £8m in 2013) 7 7 Robert Lewandowski was a free transfer, while Dele Alli and Gerard Pique were £5m each 7 Have a look at the line-up below and see what you think. Would this team rival the most expensive XI at the World Cup where Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Cristiano Ronaldo roam?last_img