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See the list of players who gained value with Euro 2024

See the list of players who gained value with Euro 2024


Even before the champion is defined, the tournament increases the transfer value of the athletes and shakes up the transfer market




Euro 2024 is one game away, but the tournament, which attracts attention from all over the world, has already presented players who have distinguished themselves on the pitch and have caught the attention of fans, the press and, above all, the market. market. The British newspaper “The Guardian” has thus drawn up a list of 10 athletes who have increased their transfer value after the competition held in Germany.

Nico Williams is one of Spain’s stars at Euro 2024 – Photo: Tobias Schwarz/AFP via Getty Images

Ferdi Kadioglu (Türkiye)

The Fenerbahçe defender has excelled in his side’s run to the quarter-finals, favouring attacking roles, on the left flank and, at times, in midfield. Kadioglu has also been linked with a move to Arsenal or Manchester City after excelling for his club, with Brighton, Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund also showing interest recently. Scouts from nine clubs were present at the last-16 match against Austria, when the 24-year-old broke a tournament record by running 12.2km in Turkey’s 2-1 win.

Kadioglu in action for Turkey against Austria – Photo: Ronny Hartmann/AFP via Getty Images

Georges Mikautadze (Georgia)

With goals against Turkey, the Czech Republic and Portugal, the striker was instrumental in securing Georgia’s historic passage to the last 16 and finished the group stage as the competition’s top scorer. The 23-year-old continued his fine form at the end of the domestic campaign, when he scored 14 goals in 22 games on loan at Metz from Ajax. The French club signed him from the Dutch club in 2023 for £16m, but he made just nine appearances for the club and will now be sold for a small profit. Monaco and Roma are the main interested parties, despite interest from West Ham.

Mikautadze battled for Euro top scorer title – Photo: Alberto Pizzoli/AFP via Getty Images

Ruben Vargas (Switzerland)

An incredible performance against Italy, which culminated in Switzerland qualifying for the quarter-finals against the defending champions, has brought the Augsburg striker to prominence. With nearly 50 caps despite being just 25, he was named man of the match after assisting Remo Freuler’s first goal and scoring a brilliant second against the Italians. Vargas was loaned to Crystal Palace last summer and also attracted interest from Fiorentina. However, other clubs are keeping a close eye on the player following his performances in Germany.

Vargas had a great performance against Italy – Photo: Alberto Pizzoli/AFP via Getty Images

Jan Oblak (Slovenia)

It is still uncertain whether Oblak will leave Atlético Madrid, the club he has defended for a decade. But, at 31, he is certainly attracting the attention of many clubs, especially after his great performance against Portugal in the round of 16 on penalties. Although Diogo Costa stood out by saving three penalties in the game, Oblak was exceptional during the 120 minutes of Portuguese pressure and made Cristiano Ronaldo cry by saving his penalty in extra time.

Jan Oblak is identified with Atlético de Madrid – Fabrice Cofrini/AFP via Getty Images

Nico Williams (Spain)

The Athletic Bilbao striker was already on the radar of several big European clubs before the start of Euro 2024 and has impressed with his performances. Barcelona fans are keen that Williams could renew his partnership with young sensation Lamine Yamal next season, as he has reportedly expressed a preference for a move to Camp Nou. Arsenal and Liverpool are also keeping an eye on him, having long expressed interest. His club have not yet given up on convincing him to stay, but are likely to accept offers in excess of £50m.

Nico Williams is in Barcelona’s sights – Photo: Tobias Schawarz/AFP via Getty Images

Fabian Ruiz (Spain)

Spain’s new midfield maestro is playing a leading role for his country despite uncertainty over his future at PSG.

“I know my name appears in every transfer window. But I’m happy in Paris. I still have three years on my contract and many objectives to achieve with PSG,” he said before Tuesday’s semi-final against France.

Furthermore, Barcelona, ​​Real Madrid and Juventus have already shown interest in the former Napoli midfielder.

Fabián Ruiz stands out in Spain’s midfield – Photo: Franck Fife/AFP via Getty Images

Jerdy Schouten (Netherlands)

The Dutch midfielder made his international debut two years ago at the age of 25 and has been a constant presence in Ronald Koeman’s team throughout the tournament. After helping PSV win the Dutch league title, ending an eight-year wait, Schouten has attracted interest from Italian football, particularly Inter, and other clubs.

Schouten in a match against Austria – Photo: Christophe Simon/AFP via Getty Images

Francisco Conceicao (Portugal)

Competition is fierce for the young winger, who plays like his father, Sérgio Conceição, used to. They became the second father and son to score at a European Championship when Francisco came off the bench against the Czech Republic to score the winner, his first international goal since being called up by Roberto Martínez in March. That came after an exceptional season at Porto, following a disappointing spell at Ajax. Chelsea are also interested in signing the 21-year-old, who has a release clause of €30 million. His value will also increase to €45 million next week.

Francisco Conceição was one of Portugal’s most important players at the European Championship – Photo: Patricia de Melo Moreira/AFP via Getty Images

Baris Alper Yilmaz (Türkiye)

Although he did not score in the Eurocup, Yilmaz has had good performances in the Turkish team game. He also stood out for his courage and energy at the age of 24. Furthermore, Yilmaz was instrumental in helping Galatasaray overcome big rivals Fenerbahçe and win the Turkish championship last season, with seven goals scored and 12 assists. He is now in the sights of clubs in the Bundesliga, Serie A and the Premier League. Liverpool thus appears among the clubs that could continue to show interest in the coming weeks.

Yilmaz in action against Netherlands in the quarter-finals of Euro 2024 – Photo: Javier Soriano/AFP via Getty Images

Ivan Schranz (Slovakia)

The 30-year-old had scored three goals for his country before the start of Euro 2024, the last of which came in October 2021. But the Slavia Prague player, who made his international debut at the age of 27, has managed to double that tally in just four appearances at the Euros. Also notable is the goal that almost gave Slovakia victory over England in the round of 16. With just one goal in 14 Czech league games for Slavia last season, he could pose a risk. However, he has shown he has the ability to play on the big occasions.

The moment of Ivan Schranz’s goal against England at Euro 2024 – Photo: Adrian Dennis/AFP via Getty Images

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Source: Terra

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