Championship: Gladbach loan Beyer can more than double the market value

Update in England’s 2nd division

With a market value increase from 4 million to 10 million euros, Jordan Beyer (22) is one of the biggest winners in the interim update of the championship, in which 138 player values ​​​​of the English second division were updated on Friday. Few players have grown more than the central defender, who was loaned out by Borussia Mönchengladbach.

Beyer, who according to the current status will still be on the pitch at FC Burnley until the end of the season, was able to convince in defense alongside Taylor Harwood-Bellis (21), who was also upgraded by 2 million euros to 15 million euros.

The 10 million euros that Beyer is now estimated at mean third place among all central defenders in the league – behind teammate and Sheffield’s Anel Ahmedhodzic (23), who climbs by 6 million euros to 16 million euros. Beyer’s Gladbach contract runs until 2026. However, it is far from impossible that he will stay in Lancashire permanently.

Top scorers Akpom and Gyökeres are on the rise – João Pedro at the top

The two top scorers in the league were also able to improve, and fans of FC St. Pauli can still remember one of them very well. The former FCSP loan player Viktor Gyokeres (24), who is the second best shooter in the Championship with 18 goals for Coventry, has been upgraded by 3 million to 8 million euros. Chuba Akpom (27), who scored six more goals at Middlesbrough, has reached a career high of €7 million after his valuation had fallen below the €3 million mark after a long period of stagnation last year.

New League Most Valuable Player Watford-Striker Joao Pedro (21), who after relegation with the “Hornets” currently has little prospect of a quick return to the Premier League, but was recently named as a candidate for a move to a top club. With an increase of 4 million to 24 million euros, the Brazilian overtakes his teammate Ismaïla Sarr (25 | -2 to 20 million euros) in the league ranking.

Berge, Aarons & Co.: Most Valuable Players of the Championship

11 Amad Diallo | Sunderlands | Market value: €13 million

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Status: After the March 2023 update

10 Alex Scott | Bristol City | Market value: €14 million

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9 Josh Brown Hill | Burnley | Market value: €15 million

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8 Iliman Ndiaye | Sheffield United | Market value: €15 million

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7 Taylor Harwood-Bellis | Burnley | Market value: €15 million

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6 Anel Ahmedhodzic | Sheffield United | Market value: €16 million

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5 Ben Brereton Diaz | Blackburn | Market value: €16 million

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4 Max Aarons | Norwich | Market value: €16 million

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3 Sander Mountains | Sheffield United | Market value: €18 million

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2 Ismaila Sarr | Watford | Market value: €20 million

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