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REPORTS: 6 Players Whose Market Values Reportedly Reached New Highs Since Last Summer.

 

Over the past year, we have seen some players make significant improvements in their respective careers.

We can’t mention all of them in this article, but we managed to compile a shortlist of six players whose values have experienced a remarkable rise in the transfer market.

6. Vinicius Junior (Real Madrid).

Often trolled for failing to live up to the huge hype around him as the supposed successor to Cristiano Ronaldo, Vinicius looks like a player reborn since Carlo Ancelotti was appointed the club’s manager last year.

Vinicius recorded a stunning 42 goals contributions across all competitions as Madrid won La Liga and the Champions League last term.

The Brazilian’s value has now jumped to a whopping $110 million, $76m more than it was last summer.

5. Pedri (Barcelona).

Pedri’s rise to stardom has been nothing short of sensational.

The young prodigy definitely has a big career ahead of him and thanks to his consistent great performances for Barça, his value rose from $77m to $88m.

4. Christopher Nkunku (RB Leipzig).

Nkunku has been linked to some of Europe’s elite clubs, and it’s no secret why he’s highly sought after.

The Frenchman had a productive season in Germany for Leipzig, notching 35 goals and providing a further 20 assists to help his club win the DFB-Pokal trophy as well as secure a place in next season’s Champions League.

3. Gavi (Barcelona).

Still just 17, Gavi is already a key player for Barcelona and Spain.

The teenager is yet to put pen to paper on a new contract at Barça, and should the Catalans eventually sell him, he won’t come cheap as his value has now skyrocketed to $66m from the previous $27.5m it was.

2. Phil Foden (Manchester City).

The delicate way Pep Guardiola has handled Foden’s development is admirable, with the midfielder now one of the first names on Man City’s starting XI.

The 22-year old is expected to play a starring role for City in the coming years and is now valued at $99m.

1. Reece James (Chelsea).

James is gradually developing into a perfect modern day right back who’s capable of defending, busting forward occasionally, making assists and even scoring goals.

The Cobham academy graduate’s market value currently stands at $60.5m, and may record a significant increase than the $16.5m it added since last summer.

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