Kim Min-jae’s new ransom is ‘a whopping 70.4 billion won’… increased by 21.1 billion in 4 months

Kim Min-jae’s ransom price has risen significantly.

On the 21st (Korean time), the football statistics media ‘TransferMarkt’ updated the ransom values ​​of players playing in Italy’s Serie A. The media periodically updates the player’s value by considering current performance, age, contract period, etc. The increase in the ransom of Napoli players, which is continuing its Serie A solo system, was a concern.

Kim Min-jae became 50 million euros (approximately 70.4 billion won). Last November, it was 35 million euros (about 49.2 billion won), but it rose by 15 million euros (about 21.1 billion won). It was a natural procedure. Kim Min-jae, who wore the Napoli uniform this season, was evaluated as the best center back in Serie A with his amazing performance. He was in charge of Napoli’s rear, earning the absolute trust of manager Luciano Spalletti. His competitive ability was overwhelming, and basic defense such as positioning and interception was excellent.

The build-up ability was also great. He had a high pass success rate and was good at switching from left to right and long passes. There were times when he moved forward momentarily, stole the ball, and then went up to help develop it. The title of monster center back was not a waste at all. Coach Spalletti also praised Kim Min-jae, saying, “A world-class center back” and “He plays a game I’ve never seen in my life.”

The overwhelming performance shown in Naples led to an explosion of interest. He continued to be linked with English Premier League (EPL) teams such as Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur, and there were also rumors of transfers to big clubs outside the EPL such as Paris Saint-Germain (PSG). As much as that, the interest in Kim Min-jae is hot. The more he did, the more his value went up, eventually reaching 50 million euros. 바카라사이트

When Kim Min-jae left Guoan, Beijing and came to Fenerbahce, the estimated ransom was 6.5 million euros (approximately 9.1 billion won). Kim Min-jae raised it by about 8 times. He is less than two years old, and his ransom has exploded. Now, Kim Min-jae is only 10 million euros (approximately 14 billion won) apart from Son Heung-min, the number one player. What you need to know is that this amount is unlikely to peak.

Meanwhile, in addition to Kim Min-jae, the ransom of Neapolitan leading players such as Victor Osimen, Hvitza Kvarachhelia, Andre-Frank Jambo Anguisa, Stanislav Robotka, and Alex Meret has risen significantly.

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