Ransom value has changed to No. 1 in the world…’Born in 2003′ beat both Mbappe and Holland

Born in 2003, midfielder Jude Bellingham (20, Dortmund) was evaluated as having the highest market value among soccer players in the world. The current market value is a whopping 208.2 million euros (approximately 278.7 billion won). Qatar World Cup scorer Kylian Mbappe (25, Paris Saint-Germain) and ‘monster striker’ Elling Hollan (23, Manchester City) all beat them.

According to the market value of players released on the 6th (Korean time) by the International Center for Sports Research (CIES) under the Federation of International Football Associations (FIFA), Bellingham ranked first in the world with 208.2 million euros. The market value, which was 130.1 million euros (approximately 174.2 billion won) in January last year, has risen by more than 70 million euros (approximately 93.7 billion won) in one year.

Bellingham is from Birmingham City Youth in England and has been playing for Dortmund since the last 2020-2021 season after making his professional debut at Birmingham City. He is a new player who has been active as a representative of England since 2020 when he was 17 years old. Due to this presence, he is receiving love calls from big clubs such as Real Madrid. 토토사이트

“Bellingham’s transfer fee was estimated according to a model independently developed by the CIES research team,” said CIES. As the contract expires in March, now will be the time to reap the greatest profits.”

Behind Bellingham was Phil Foden (23, Manchester City). The market value was 205 million euros (approximately 268.4 billion won). A native of Manchester City’s youth, he has only played for Man City ever since his professional debut. He has been playing for England since 2020.

Behind the two stars, Mbafe, the world cup scorer, was followed by 190.7 million euros (approximately 255.3 billion won). Vinicius Junior (Real Madrid) has 190.5 million euros (approximately 255 billion won), and Hollan has risen to the top 5 in the world market value with 174.9 million euros (approximately 234.1 billion won).

Son Heung-min (31, Tottenham) had a market value of more than 40 million euros (approximately 53.6 billion won), and was pushed out of the top 100. Kim Min-jae (27, Naples) earned more than 25 million euros (approximately 33.5 billion won), and Lee Kang-in (22, Mallorca) earned more than 15 million euros (approximately 20.1 billion won).