Sorare 2022/23 La Liga Goalkeeper Rankings

Sorare 2022/23 La Liga Goalkeeper Rankings

This article is part of our Sorare series.

We ranked MLS and Bundesliga goalkeepers earlier this summer and our Sorare rankings continue with Spain's La Liga ahead of the new campaign. Each club's No. 1 goalkeeper is ranked based on their expected Sorare value for the upcoming season and beyond. New Sorare cards are expected to be up for Auction after the season starts.

KEY DATES

  • International Break: Sept. 19 - Sept. 29
  • FIFA World Cup Break: Nov. 11 - Jan. 20
  • International Break: March 20 - March 30

SORARE GOALKEEPER RANKINGS

RankNameAgeAnalysisSorare Limited Floor ETH PriceCompetition
1

Thibaut
Courtois

Real
Madrid

30There may be players who have better seasons than Courtois, but when he's playing every Champions League match and then set to start for Belgium in the World Cup, that doesn't matter. The arrival of Antonio Rudiger could bolster last season's defensive mistakes and only make Courtois even better, though it's not like 16 league clean sheets last season was bad.0.533Andriy
Lunin
2

Marc-Andre
ter Stegen

Barcelona

30Reaching second place and earning another year in the Champions League is flattering to ter Stegen, who conceded 34 goals in 35 games last season. While Barca are known for their ability to generate optimism without fail, 2022 came to an inconsistent conclusion with 17 goals allowed in his final 19 league and UEL matches. The defensive reinforcements of Andreas Christensen and Franck Kessie will be important to track when considering ter Stegen's value, as the German hasn't moved with the same poise since undergoing knee surgery in the summer of 2021.0.271Neto
3

Unai Simon

Athletic
Club

25Simon has conceded fewer goals than games he's started in two of the past three seasons. He's usually good to keep double-digit clean sheets, as Athletic are continually a top defensive side. At 25, he should remain the undisputed starter until youngster Julen Agirrezabala is ready to take over.0.21

Iago
Herrerin,

Julen
Agirrezabala

4

Jan Oblak

Atletico
Madrid

29Coming off a disappointing season in which he conceded 43 goals in 38 matches, Oblak could finally be showing signs of decline. His 12 clean sheets were also a low since 2015/16, but he's still set for another season of Champions League football and his poorest play is still among the best in Spain.0.232Ivo Grbic
5

Bono

Sevilla

31Despite often having the toughest competition for minutes in La Liga, Bono has proven consistently that few can do what he does after conceding the fewest goals of any goalkeeper who played over 30 games last season. What's better is that even if he doesn't start every league match, he's consistently started in European matches during some decent runs in continental competition. The main worry is that Marko Dmitrovic is still sitting behind him on the depth chart.0.188Marko
Dmitrovic
6

Alejandro
Remiro

Real
Sociedad

27Remiro is one of the steady hands to be found, as he's coming off a season with a league-leading 19 clean sheets while only making 80 saves (10th best). He'll get plenty of matches with another season in the Europa League, but it's important to be careful if Remiro doesn't get enough attacking help, which can quickly turn wins and draws to draws and losses.0.199Mathew
Ryan
7

Giorgi
Mamardashvili

Valencia

21For the most part, it seems like Mamardashvili won the starting job from Jasper Cillessen in the second half of last season. Unfortunately, he's still young and getting a lot of looks from bigger clubs, which would likely move him to a bench role if transferred in the next year. If Mamardashvili went elsewhere, Cillessen would get a massive boost, though his ETH floor as of writing is still fairly high at .0703.0.248Jasper
Cillessen
8

Rui Silva

Real Betis

28Splitting time with Claudio Bravo didn't do favors for Silva during his first season with Betis but each passing month should see him take on a bigger role for Los Verdiblancos. He's set to eventually takeover and with his shot-stopping quality, he should remain a top option with Europa League football adding a touch of value.0.11Claudio
Bravo
9

Geronimo
Rulli

Villarreal

30Rulli is one of the more confounding goalkeepers in the competition after an overachieving season saw him concede 28 goals in 32 league starts. Despite getting to make a run in the Europa Conference League this season, his stock isn't as high as before. Should Villarreal improve on the attacking end, Rulli could provide better value if he can stay consistent.0.141Pepe
Reina
10

Benjamin
Lecomte

Espanyol

31Lecomte should be the guy from the start after arriving on loan from Monaco where he conceded just just 27 goals in 28 starts in Ligue 1. All signs point to plenty of save chances for Lecomte, given Diego Lopez's numbers last season. No matter, Lecomte could turn into a valuable asset if he cuts down on his club's goals allowed.0.103Joan
Garcia
11

Jeremias
Ledesma

Cadiz

29Ledesma isn't in the kind of team that affords for a fantastic defensive record, but Cadiz have become famous for playing their best against the biggest clubs. This is exemplified by Ledesma's 13 clean sheets and 120 saves made (second-best) despite also conceding the third-most goals last season. If Cadiz can show some improvement in their third year of La Liga play, Ledesma should be one of the better options from the bottom-table clubs.0.0874David Gil
12

David
Soria

Getafe

29Soria is coming off a strong campaign with the seventh-fewest goals conceded in the league, while starting all 38 matches, keeping 13 clean sheets and tying Courtois for the sixth-most saves made. Along with the arrival of Portuguese international Domingos Duarte, Soria should have no problems keeping that form, though wins will probably be hard to come by without more goals for Getafe.0.079Ruben
Yanez
13

Predrag
Rajkovic

Mallorca

26Rajkovic kept 33 clean sheets over the last three seasons at Reims but also conceded 111 goals in that time. That's not much of an improvement over Manolo Reina and Sergio Rico for the Island club, but Rajkovic has the top job and combined with his age, he's got more value than most would think.0.101Dominik
Greif
14

Sergio
Herrera

Osasuna

29Herrera hasn't had his starting spot challenged much, but the summer signing of the experienced Aitor Fernandez means a bad few matches could see him lose his place and struggle to win it back. Still, he's started 68 matches the last two seasons and isn't expected to lose his job, so if you like what he did in 2021/22, more of the same is expected in the new season.0.087Aitor
Fernandez
15

Stole
Dimitrievski

Rayo
Vallecano

28The situation of Dimitrievski is worth following, as the arrival of Diego Lopez signals a competent replacement should there be a transfer in the near future. With a reasonable 37 goals conceded in 31 games while splitting time with Luca Zidane, Dimitrievski now faces a bigger challenge from Lopez, who made the third-most saves in La Liga last season (at Espanyol). Dimitrievski has the leg up, but there's a real chance he doesn't hit 30 starts again this season.0.0508

Diego
Lopez,

Luca
Zidane

16

Sergio
Asenjo

Valladolid

33More optimism surrounds Asenjo's return to the club from which he broke out professionally than the season to come for a promoted club that hasn't made massive investments in the squad and doesn't plan on doing so. In his last season as a starter during the 2020/21 campaign, Asenjo conceded a solid 40 goals in 36 starts, but it'll be difficult to repeat that feat without more help from his teammates.0.0475Jordi
Masip
17

Edgar
Badia

Elche

30It's hard to see if Badia has ever been seen as the long-term starter for Elche after splitting time with Kiko Casilla last season, only to still concede 35 goals in 24 starts. Elche were in the market for another backup goalkeeper this season, though there's a chance Axel Werner could be it. For now, Badia is the starter and that may be good enough for the first half of the season.0.0538Axel
Werner
18

Agustin
Marchesin

Celta Vigo

34Marchesin is set to be the only option for Celta Vigo this season outside of youth players. He's on loan from Porto and finally getting a chance in a major league after spending time in Mexico and Portugal. The best thing about him is that he's a guaranteed starter and Celta were actually one of the better defensive teams away from home in La Liga last season.0.0545None
19

Fernando
Martinez

Almeria

32Of the promoted clubs, Martinez might have the best chance for success, coming off a stellar season (33 goals allowed, 16 clean sheets in 41 matches) and receiving more investment into the outfield than his competitors in Girona and Valladolid. On a team like Almeria, that can only go so far, but he'll be cheap when cards are available and as long as he's the expected starter for coming years, that could be enough to take on an investment.No cardsDragan
Rosic
20

Juan
Carlos

Girona

34Girona haven't had great success during past stints in the first division, but Carlos brings solid individual form after barely conceding one goal per match in La Segunda last season. While he's expected to be a starter for at least one more year, he'll be 35 years old at the end of the season, likely holding even less value than at the start, especially if they're relegated again.No cardsAdrian
Ortola

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