The rise in the squad market value saw the three-time African champions move up two steps and now ranked the 13th most valuable international team globally, while also retaining their position in Africa as the most valuable team on the continent.
The Eagles boast players who ply their trade in Europe’s lucrative leagues, making them one of the world’s most valuable teams, with a total value of €347.40m (N261bn).
In March, they were placed 15th with a market value of €338m, but just three months later, the squad’s value witnessed an increase of €9m.
The squad value would have been higher, but the invitation of four home-based players for the Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Sierra Leone didn’t help boost the squad value.
The increase in some of the players’ value put together helped the Eagles move up to 13th place globally, while also ranking as the most valuable team on the continent.
However, the latest rankings saw a drop in Morocco team’s value.