There were only three people in Korea, but the total amount of ransom reached almost half.
‘Transfer Markt’, a football statistics media, compiled the best 11 ransoms for players from countries belonging to the Asian Football Confederation (AFC). A total of 3 people were selected from Korea, Son Heung-min, Lee Kang-in, and Kim Min-jae, followed by Japan with 5 people, followed by Australia (2 people) and Iran (1 person).
Although there were only three players, the total ransom온라인바카라 of Korean players reached almost half. Based on the ‘Transfer Markt’, the total ransom of the best 11 Asian ransoms was 266 million euros (about 376.1 billion won), and the total ransom of Korean players was 125 million euros (about 176.7 billion won).
The highest player was, of course, Son Heung-min. Even though he experienced a slight drop in ransom due to his poor performance this season, his value was a whopping 65 million euros (approximately 91.9 billion won). ‘Korean Monster’ Kim Min-jae experienced a huge increase in ransom this season, soaring in value to 50 million euros (approximately 70.7 billion won). Lee Kang-in, who is quietly active in Mallorca, recorded a ransom value of 15 million euros (approximately 21.2 billion won).
The total ransom of Korean players was higher than that of Japanese players. Kaoru Mitoma (Brighton), Daichi Kamada (Frankfurt), Doan Ritz (Freiburg), Morita Hidemasa (Sporting), and Takehiro Tomiyasu (Arsenal) are selected for a total ransom in Japan of 92 million euros (approximately 130.1 billion won). won) was
In addition, Matthew Ryan (Copenhagen) and Harry Sutta (Leicester City) were named from Australia, and Mehdi Taremi (Porto) was selected from Iran.
AFC ranked 5th in value out of 6 continents. CONCACAF, which included Alfonso Davies, Weston McKennie, Irving Lozano, and Christian Pulisic, ranked fourth with 336 million euros (approximately KRW 475.2 billion), led by Victor Osimen. The Confederation of African Football (CAF) recorded 513 million euros (approximately 725.5 billion won).
The second place was the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL). Brazilian players centered on Neymar had the most with a total of 7 players, followed by Argentina (2) and Uruguay (2). Their total value was 865 million euros (about 1.223 trillion won). The European Football Federation (UEFA), which boasts the highest value, included Elling Haaland, Kylian Mbafe, Phil Foden, and Bukayo Saka, and was valued at 1.19 billion euros (approximately 1.6826 trillion won).