Rashica’s value rising

Talent stock also rising, Maxi Eggestein most valuable Werder player
[Translate to Englisch:] Milot Rashica is now the third most valuable Green-White player according to Transfermarkt (Photo: nordphoto).
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Wednesday, 05.06.2019 / 18:28

Von Lukas Kober

Milot Rashica has provided several highlights in his first full Bundesliga season for the Green-Whites. These include a stunning free-kick against Eintracht Frankfurt, a rocket strike against FC Schalke 04 and an incredible run and curling shot against FC Augsburg. Additionally, the Kosovo international scored a brilliant goal in the DFB-Pokal semi-final against FC Bayern München. His Rückrunde performances have raised his value as a player and according to the latest Transfermarkt.de market update, the 22 year-old is now worth 13 million Euros. This is treble the value he was given in the previous update.

In this latest Transfermarkt update, Rashica, who scored nine goals and provided five assists this season, is the third most valuable Werder playe behind Davy Klaassen and Maximilian Eggestein. The Kosovo attacker’s market value incrwase of 185.7% is also the third highest of any Bundesliga player this season.

From a Green-White perspective, it has been promising to see other young players’ market values also increasing. Marco Friedl, Josh Sargent and Johannes Eggestein are three other players who are now substantially more compared with the previous update. According to the current calculations, Jadon Sancho is the most valuable player in the Bundesliga and he is also the first player in the German top flight to worth more than 100 million Euros. According to this most recent update, Bayer 04 Leverkusen youngster Kai Havertz has become the most valuable German player in Bundesliga history.

The new ratings have been sourced from transfermarkt.de and are based on sporting performances and the age of the players. The role of the player’s agent, the demand of the market and previous fees also play a role in determining a player’s value. Other factors include the club and league’s prestige as well as marketing aspects.