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Son Heung-min can’t go against the clock… Tottenham’s 4th place down with 71.1 billion won in body value

“Transfer Markt,” a soccer statistics media that specializes in the transfer market and the ransom of players, announced on the 20th (Korea time) that it has set a new ransom for active players in the Premier League (PL) in the 2023-24 season.

Son Heung-min’s value has been gradually declining since he recorded his personal maximum ransom of 90 million euros in December 2020. It is difficult to say that Son’s value is declining due to his poor performance. Son Heung-min’s performance has been remarkable since 2020, and he achieved an unprecedented achievement in Asia as the top scorer in the PL in the 2021-22 season. 파친코

However, I am the one of the key criteria for determining the ransom in the “transfer mark.” As players get older, they tend to retire, which naturally degrades the player’s value. In terms of their skills, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo should still boast the highest ransom in the world, but the players who form the highest ransom are young and talented, just like Erling Holland and Jude Bellingham.

The value of Son started to fall from 90 million euros but stopped at 50 million euros. The latest change has kept Son’s ransom intact. On the other hand, there were quite a few players at Tottenham whose ransom has risen. The performance of players who are currently performing well under the leadership of Enze Postecoglou, such as Christian Romero, Dejan Kulusevski, Mickey van der Penn, Pedro Porro, Destiny Udozi and Guglielmo Vicario, was reflected in their values.

As a result, Tottenham’s ransom payment has also changed. As of June, James Medicine topped the list with 70 million euros, Romero with 60 million euros, and Son Heung-min and Kulusevski tied for third with 50 million euros.

Under the latest change, Romero moved up to 65 million euros and Kulusevskiy moved up to 55 million euros. As Kulusevski, who tied for third, moved up to third place, Son’s ranking naturally dropped to fourth.

It is an inevitable change. As time goes by, Son’s value will inevitably decline. This is because Son Heung-min was born in 1992 and is now a veteran. The decline in value is a matter of speed. If Son Heung-min continues to play in the future, he will be able to slow down the pace of his decline in ransom.

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