German Bundesliga market values: These are the losers and the winners – BUNDESLIGA

The Bundesliga season is over and the sound is loud Transfermarkt.de It led to some losses in market value. Although he won the championship again: four players from Bayern Munich. Here are the top 10 losers by market capitalization in the Bundesliga!

First place: Leroy Sane (Bayern Munich minus 10 million euros).

Leroy Sane (26) came to Bayern Munich from Manchester City in 2020. At that time, the market value of the national player was 80 million euros. Despite winning the tournament with Munich, his market value continued to decline (the last being €70 million). With a loss of ten million euros, it is now equal to 60 million euros.

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Leroy Sane

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Second place: Rafael Guerrero (BVB minus 10 million euros).

Raphael Guerrero (28) was repeatedly absent from the French Football League last season, and he had muscle problems or an infection with Corona. In total, he missed 17 games for Dortmund and lost ten million euros and is now valued at 25 million euros.

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Rafael Guerrero (left) in conversation with Thorgan Hazard

Rafael Guerrero (left) in conversation with Thorgan Hazard

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Third place: Giovanni Reina (BVB, minus 7 million euros)

Despite his young age, Giovanni Reina (19 years old) has already achieved a market value of 42 million euros. Like Guerreiro, he was repeatedly absent from Dortmund last season, even missing 34 games. Its market value shrank by seven million euros to reach 35 million.

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Giovanni Rina

Giovanni Rina

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Fourth place: Marcel Sabitzer (Bayern Munich minus 7 million euros).

The second champion among the top five: Marcel Sabitzer (28). The Austrian player moved from Leipzig to Munich in the summer of 2021 for 15 million euros. At that time, his market value was still 42 million euros. In October it was only 32 million on March 22, but now it has decreased even more to 15 million euros!

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Marcel Sabitzer

Marcel Sabitzer

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Fifth place: Josef Poulsen (Leipzig, minus 7 million euros).

The No. 1 star outside of BVB or Bayern Munich was fifth among the biggest losers. Yossef Poulsen is a Leipzig player (27) who was already worth €35 million in 2019. However, since May 2021, it has been €21 million – so far. Now he lost seven million euros, and now it reaches only 14 million euros.

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Joseph Poulsen (right) with Marcel Halstenberg

Joseph Poulsen (right) with Marcel Halstenberg

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Sixth place: Andre Silva (Leipzig, minus 6 million euros).

Andre Silva (26) was the most expensive purchase of Leipzig last season, worth 23 million euros. Before his move, his market value reached 45 million euros, and in Leipzig it fell first to 40 and then to 38 million. Now it has fallen by another six million euros to 32 million euros.

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Andre Silva

Andre Silva

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Seventh place: Matthias Ginter (Gladbach minus 6 million euros).

World Champion Matthias Ginter (28) is now half what it was 1.5 years ago. While it was still €35 million in February 2021, it has since fallen to first 30, then to 27 and later to €24 million. Now it is another six million euros less and Ginter is only 18 million euros.

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Matthew Ginter

Matthew Ginter

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Eighth place: Andrej Kramaric (Hoffenheim, minus 6 euros).

Hoffenheim striker Andrej Kramaric, 30, is the top 10 loser. Its market value has fallen by six million euros to now 12 million.

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Andrei Kramaric

Andrei Kramaric

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Ninth place: Joshua Kimmich (Bayern Munich minus 5 million euros).

The next Bayern star! National player Joshua Kimmich (27) is also one of the biggest losers by market cap. For him, it decreased from 85 million euros in December 2021 by five million euros. This means that Kimmich is “only” worth 80 million euros. Despite this, the German player still has the highest market capitalization.

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Joshua Kimmish

Joshua Kimmish

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Tenth place: Serge Gnabry (Bayern Munich minus 5 million euros).

And another person from Munich! Serge Gnabry (26) also has to suffer a loss in market value and, like teammate Kimmich, is now worth five million euros. This is now 65 million euros compared to 70 million euros previously.

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Serge Gnabry

Serge Gnabry

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Four stars from Bayern Munich are among the top 10 losers in market capitalization. But who are the top ten winners? Here is an overview.

family name club Plus New market value
Christopher Nkunko (24) RB Leipzig 15 million euros 80 million euros
Yamal Musila (19) Bayern Munich 10 million euros 65 million euros
Patrick Schick (26) Leverkusen 10 million euros 50 million euros
Saleh Ozkan (24) 1. FC Köln 6 million euros 13 million euros
J Bellingham (18) BVB 5 million euros 80 million euros
Moussa Diaby (22) Leverkusen 5 million euros 60 million euros
Yusko Gvardiol (20) RB Leipzig 5 million euros 35 million euros
Nico Schlutterbeek (22) SC Freiburg 5 million euros 33 million euros
Taiwo Ounii (24) Union Berlin 5 million euros 20 million euros
Anton Stach (23) Mainz 05 5 million euros 13 million euros

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