Eight of the top 11 most valuable players in the Frauen-Bundelisga competition are from Bayern Munich while the remaining three hail from VfL Wolfsburg.

Per SoccerDonna, VfL Wolfsburg's Lena Oberdorf is the most valuable player in the competition and is valued at $AUD747,951 while Danish forward Pernille Harder ranks in second place.

Still at 22, Oberdorf has become one of the best women's football players in the world and announced earlier this year that she will make the move from Wolfsburg to Bayern Munich on July 1, 2024.

The German midfielder has already recorded 48 international caps having previously represented her country in the U15s, U16s, U17s, U19s and U20s levels from 2014.

The ten most valuable Frauen-Bundesliga players

1st. Lena Oberdorf (VfL Wolfsburg/Germany) - $AUD747,951 - (£390K)

2nd. Pernille Harder (Bayern Munich/Denmark) - $AUD623,293 - (£325K)

3rd. Georgia Stanway (Bayern Munich/England) - $AUD575,347 - (£300K)

=3rd. Ewa Pajor (VfL Wolfsburg/Poland) - $AUD575,347 - (£300K)

5th. Klara Bühl (Bayern Munich/Germany) - $AUD575,347 - (£290K)

=5th. Lea Schüller (Bayern Munich/Germany) - $AUD575,347 - (£290K)

7th. Magdalena Eriksson (Bayern Munich/Sweden) - $AUD460,278 - (£250K)

8th. Giulia Gwinn (Bayern Munich/Germany) - $AUD406,278 (£240K)

=9th. Jule Brand (VfL Wolfsburg/Germany) - $AUD383,565 - (£200K)

=9th. Sydney Lohmann (Bayern Munich/Germany) - $AUD383,565 - (£200K)

= Glódís Perla Viggósdóttir (Bayern Munich/Iceland) - $AUD383,565 - (£200K)

*Values as of May 29, 2024