Kim Min-jae’s status increased even more after joining Napoli in the 2022/23 season.
The estimated ransom value of Kim Min-jae, which was updated by ‘Transfer Markt’, a global transfer market site right before the A match in March, is 50 million euros (approximately 71.9 billion won). At the time of his joining, he doubled his 25 million euros (approximately 35.9 billion won).
After joining Naples, Kim Min-jae made a big success as one of the best center backs in Europe beyond Italy. He earned the trust of coach Luciano Spalletti and played 27 Serie A games, 2362 minutes. He has only one game off and is having a breathless season playing until the 2022 World Cup in Qatar during the season.
Kim Min-jae’s ransom value has more than doubled compared to the beginning of the season, surpassing the second place in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) player ransom rankings and threatening the first place.
1st place is Asia’s best star,바카라사이트 Son Heung-min (Tottenham Hotspur), with a ransom of 60 million euros (approximately 86.3 billion won).
Son Heung-min, who has only scored 6 goals and 4 assists in 27 Premier League matches this season, recorded 70 million euros (approximately 100.7 billion won) before the World Cup in Qatar last November, but 10 million euros (approximately 14.3 billion won) this March fell off
Son Heung-min is 31 years old this year and has entered a period when his ransom is gradually decreasing. On the other hand, Kim Min-jae is 27 years old and is entering his prime. Considering that the younger the ransom, the higher the ransom, it seems that the time when the ransoms of the two players intersect will soon come.
Lee Kang-in’s newly updated ransom price in March was 15 million euros (approximately 21.5 billion won), and he was tied for 7th place in the ransom price of Asian players. He increased by 25% from the previous 12 million euros (about 17.2 billion won).
Lee Kang-in recorded the same ransom as Australian defender Harry Sutar (Leicester City), Japanese winger Doan Ritz (Freiburg), and Japanese midfielder Takefusa Kubo (Real Sociedad). Kang-in Lee, along with his friend Gu-bo, saw his ransom rise.
Meanwhile, players from four major Asian countries, including 3 Koreans, 5 Japanese, 1 Iranian and 1 Australian, made their names in the top 10 in the ranking of Asian player ransom.