Being a world class just requires exposure for an upcoming footballer. That means joining a club that can give you a chance to play the competitions like UEFA Champions League. Over the last two seasons, Borussia Dortmund has produced some of the world class players. Some of them went to other clubs where they continued to display a good performance.
Erling Haaland is one of the players who have developed to being world class within just two years of playing for Borussia Dortmund. In 2019 when he joined the club from RB Salzburg he was worth €45 million. Currently he is valued at €130 Million. He has scored 7 goals and gave 3 assists in Bundesliga 2021/2022 season which shows that he is worth being world class.
Jude Bellingham joined Dortmund in 2020 and has developed to being one of the midfielders that can be depended on to create chances for his team mates. He is currently worth €65 Million.
Here are the four players who have developed in to being world class over the last two seasons.
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