Marcos Llorente and Riqui Puig are the footballers at the top of the list among those whose share price shot up the most.
The league It ended just over a week ago but in terms of balance you can see how the value of a handful of players rose. After these 11 games without an audience, the price of some soccer players skyrocketed in terms of their market value in record time. And there are really striking cases.
Among others, that of Marcos Llorente, from Atlético de Madrid, whose price grew by 150% thanks to his brutal performances as second striker. Or the one of Riqui Puig, the young man from Barcelona, who revalued himself in a beastly way: 177%.
The sevillistas Lucas Ocampos and Diego Carlos also appear, who returned to improve their price (by 18 million) to reach a final value of 50 million. Or Takefusa Kubo, the Japanese who played in Mallorca and is owned by Real Madrid, who saw his value rise by 122% in the final stretch of the season.
Llorente, after Diego Simeone’s tactical decision to use him as a striker, starred in the most important qualitative leap in Spanish football in terms of its appreciation. The former Real Madrid and Deportivo Alavés shined with their own light at Atletico and tops the list of the most important climbs prepared by Transfermarkt. The man from Madrid rose by 24 million euros, 150% more, to touch a market value of 40 million.
On the other hand, Puig, a youth squad who is marveling at the Barça first team, increased his value by 16 million to reach 25. While the Asian Kubo achieved an estimated price of 30 million.
Other values on the rise are Renan Lodi (Atlético de Madrid), who grew by 18 million to touch 50; Anfu Fati (FC Barcelona). with an increase of 14 that places it at a market value of 50 million, or for example, Gerard Moreno and Pau Torres (Villarreal), who experienced an 85% growth in value (14 million more).
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