Alex Iwobi has been named as the third most valuable Nigerian included in their AFCON squad.

LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 22: Alex Iwobi of Arsenal celebrates after scoring his team's third goal with Mesut Ozil of Arsenal during the Premier League match between Arsenal FC and Burnley FC at Emirates Stadium on December 22, 2018 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)
LONDON, ENGLAND – DECEMBER 22: Alex Iwobi of Arsenal celebrates after scoring his team’s third goal with Mesut Ozil of Arsenal during the Premier League match between Arsenal FC and Burnley FC at Emirates Stadium on December 22, 2018 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

Alex Iwobi is one of those players who divides the Arsenal fanbase. Some love him, some hate him. Whatever you think of the 23-year-old, he is very highly regarded in his home country and they are rightly proud of him.

AllNigeriaSoccer have put together a list of the values of each player in their AFCON squad for this year’s tournament.

Alex Iwobi comes in at number three work €25m.

Nigeria’s AFCON Squad Transfer Values 

1) Wilfred Ndidi – €35m
2) Samuel Chukwueze – €30m
3) Alex Iwobi – €25m
4) Henry Onyekuru – €13m
    Victor Osimhen – €13m
6) Ahmed Musa – €12m
7) Ola Aina – €10m
    Samuel Kalu – €10m
9) Odion Ighalo – €9m
10) Oghenekaro Etebo – €7m
11) Paul Onuachu – €6m
12) Kenneth Omeruo – €5m
13) Troost-Ekong – €4m
14) Obi Mikel – €3.5m
      Chidozie Awazeim – €3.5m
16) Moses Simon – €3m
17) Leon Balogun – €2m
18) John Ogu – €1.5m
19) Francis Uzoho – €1m
20) Jamilu Collins – €0.9m
21) Daniel Akpeyi – €0.7m
      Abdullahi Shehu – €0.7m
23) Ikechukwu Ezenwa – €0.15m

The 2019 Africa Cup of Nations will take place in Egypt between 21 June and 19 July.

In total, there are six groups of four and the countries that will take part include: Egypt, Madagascar, Tunisia, Senegal, Morocco, Nigeria, Uganda, Mali, Guinea, Algeria, Mauritania, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Ghana, Angola, Burundi, Cameroon, Gunie Bissau, Namibia, Zimbabwe, DR Congo, Benin, Tanzania, and South Africa.

The expanded tournament will take place at six venues across the country. They are the Cairo International Stadium and 30 June Stadium in Cairo, Alexandria Stadium in Alexandria, Suez Stadium in Suez, Ismailia Stadium in Ismailia and Al Masry Club Stadium in Port Said.