The reputable Transfermarkt announced new prices for European players, and the HNL club made great progress.
The price of Dynamo players increased the most, totaling 10.7 million euros, so the team’s worth is now 134.9 million euros.
In terms of percentage, the biggest improvement is Sibenik, whose team is 38.1% more expensive and is now estimated at 10.05 million euros.
They can look forward to making great progress in Hajduk. His team now weighs 31.43 million euros, an increase of 5.65 million euros from June 1.
The increase in the value of the Split team is mainly due to two young football players, Marija Vušković and Stipe Biuk.
Stopper Vušković is now worth 6.5 million euros, which is 3.5 million euros higher than the price at the end of last year.
Until recently, Biuk has not priced on Transfermarkt. As of today, there is a figure of 4 million euros next to it, which is estimated to be worth. He is now the second most expensive player in Hayduk.
The 18-year-old has played 9 times in the league this season and has attracted attention in the past six rounds, when he scored three goals and assisted three goals.
However, in the Hajduk team, the value of some players has dropped significantly, so Micho Kaquetas is cheaper by 2.2 million euros, currently worth 1.5 million euros. The prices of Jairo da Silva and Darko Nejašmić have been halved, so Jairo is now worth 750,000 Euros and Nejašmić is worth 500,000 Euros.
Except for Joshko Guardiola (19 million euros) who is about to leave Dynamo to join Leipzig, the most expensive HNL player is Dominik Livaković, worth 15 million euros, followed by Luka Ivanusek (13.5 million euros) and Lovro Magel (13 million euros).
The list of the 10 most valuable players in the league includes as many as 7 players from Dynamo. The remaining players are Mario Vusković (6.5 million euros) from Hajduk, Christian Loverich (6 million euros) from Gorica and Ramon from Osijek Mires (5 million euros).
The average value of the HNL club is 29.75 million euros. Judging from the average value of the club, the strongest Croatian league ranks 12th in Europe. The total value of all clubs in the Croatian Championship is 297.48 million euros, an increase of 30.58 million euros from the previous estimate.