The ransom of Kim Min-jae (27), the main player in Naples’ championship, continues to rise.
On the 6th, 카지노사이트Japan’s Soccer DigestWeb quoted data from ‘Transfermarkt’, a site specializing in soccer transfers, and said, “The evaluation of Korean national team defender Kim Min-jae, who contributed to Napoli’s Serie A victory in 33 years, is soaring.”
At the same time, it listed the top 10 ransom values of national players belonging to the Asian Football Confederation (AFC).
On the 5th, Min-jae Kim started an away match against Udinese in the 33rd round of Serie A 2022-2023 and contributed to Napoli’s 1-1 draw full-time.
With this draw, Napoli marked 80 points with a record of 25 wins, 4 draws and 3 losses this season. With this, Napoli confirmed the championship on their own regardless of the results of the remaining five games this season. The gap between Napoli and second place Lazio (19 wins, 7 draws, 7 losses, 64 points) is 16 points. This is because even if Napoli loses the remaining 5 matches and Lazio wins the remaining 5 matches, the victory point is only 79 points, so a reversal is impossible.
This is the third time Napoli has been crowned champion of Serie A since the 1986-87 season and 1989-90 season, when the late ‘legend’ Diego Maradona, who passed away, was active. It was the first time in 33 years that the impressive championship trophy was lifted.
Kim Min-jae became the first Korean to win the Scudetto (a shield pattern meaning winning Serie A). This is the second honor for an Asian player after Hidetoshi Nakata (Japan), who played for AS Rome in 2001.
Kim Min-jae’s ransom was only 14 million euros (approximately 20.4 billion won) when he joined Naples from Fenerbahce (Turkiye) in June last year.
However, as the season began, Kim Min-jae’s ransom price continued to skyrocket. He rose to 25 million euros (approximately 36.4 billion won) last September when he was named Serie A Player of the Month. He jumped to 35 million euros (approximately 51 billion won) in November, when he showed good form in the European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL).
Kim Min-jae is in a situation where he raised his ransom to 50 million euros (approximately 72.8 billion won) in March, when he returned from playing the World Cup and focused on the season. This means that the ransom price has tripled in about a year.
This figure is only 10 million euros (approximately 14.6 billion won) different from Son Heung-min (31, Tottenham), who is evaluated at 60 million euros (approximately 87.4 billion won).
According to Soccer Digest Web, Kim Min-jae is ranked second in Asia. He is right below Son Heung-min, who maintains first place. Lee Kang-in (22, Mallorca) was ranked 7th with 15 million euros (approximately 21.8 billion won), along with Australia’s Harry Suta (Leicester City) and Japan’s Takefusa Kubo (Real Sociedad).
Japanese players took 3rd to 5th places. Daichi Kamata (Frankfurt) 30 million euros (approximately 43.7 billion won), Tomiyasu Takehiro (Arsenal) 25 million euros (approximately 36.4 billion won), Mitoma Kaoru (Brighton) 22 million euros (approximately 32 billion won) ) was recorded. Mehdi Taremi (Porto) of Iran came in 6th with 20 million euros (evil 29.1 billion won).