German duo among winners

    After the cup triumph in Latvia with promoted FK Auda, the German legionnaires Niko Bretschneider (23) and Kilian Senkbeil (23) can also look forward to a plus in the market value update of the Virsliga. While left-back Bretschneider goes up from 150,000 to 200,000 euros – career best – centre-back Senkbeil increases by 25,000 to 150,000 euros.

    The biggest winner of the update is top scorer Raimonds Krollis (24 goals in 34 games). The 21-year-old from champions Valmiera FC has been revalued by 1 million to 2.5 million euros and is now the most valuable player in the Virsliga alongside FC Riga’s Hrvoje Babec (23), whose market value remained unchanged. The biggest loser of the update is Ibrahima Sow (22) from FK Tukums 2000, whose market value has halved to 200,000 euros.

    This is how the Transfermarkt market values ​​work

    The Transfermarkt market values ​​are created taking into account various pricing models and a strong involvement of the Transfermarkt community, which deals with the values ​​in detailed discussions. The transfer market market values ​​are not to be equated with the transfer fees actually paid.

    The goal is not to predict a price, but an expected value. When determining the market value, both individual transfer modalities and situational framework conditions are relevant to a certain extent. Examples of this are listed here. Transfermarkt does not use an algorithm (for detailed market value definition).

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