6. Daniel Carvajal
This 29-years old Spanish right-back joined Real Madrid in 2013 and has been one of the best right-backs in the world ever since. He has been playing for Real Madrid for the past 8 years and has won lots of trophies in his career.
Passing, dribbling, holding, and blocking are the main thing he loves to do with the ball. Carvajal is quick on the ball and combines his defensive awareness with bombing runs up and down the right flank, making him a fantastic modern-day right-back.
5. Kieran Trippier
Newcastle United’s new signing Trippier was the best right-back in La Liga last season. The former Atletico de Madrid right-back delivered fascinating performances at Euro 2020 under the tutelage of Gareth Southgate.
Tripper isn’t the quickest or strongest right back in the world, but his composure, crossing and pinpoint set-pieces make him a danger going forward, and his positioning means he rarely gets caught out by opposition wingers.
4. Kyle Walker
One of the most consistent right-backs of the last decade, Kyle Walker has been a regular for both his club and country. Ever since joining Manchester City from Spurs in 2017, Kyle has never looked back. He has won three Premier League titles and a total of ten trophies in that time period.
He remains the same blend of power, pace and determination he has always been. His defensive ability makes him a shoo-in for big games and important assignments. The only thing that stops him from being higher on the list is his crossing, which could be improved a little.