Austrian Bundesliga market values – Aaronson continues impressive rise, Demir sinks at Rapid

By FPL360


Bundesliga update 

Transfermarkt has updated the market values of every player in the Austrian Bundesliga and league champions Red Bull Salzburg continue to dominate the list of most expensive players in the division. The biggest boost with an increase of €6.5 million is midfielder Luka Sucic (19), who is now valued at no less than €20m. Across the Austrian top flight, only Sucic’s Salzburg teammates Brenden Aaronson (21), Mohamed Camara (22) and Karim Adeyemi (20) have higher individual values. 

While Germany national team player Adeyemi continues to secure his value of €35m and remains the most valuable player in the league ahead of his summer move to Borussia Dortmund, Aaronson has seen his value rise by €5m ahead of his own move to Leeds United. Camara, who is also reportedly set for a departure from the league this summer, will become the most valuable player in Austria after Adeyemi’s departure. 

One player that Salzburg can definitely depend on next season is none other than Maximilian Wöber (24), who recently updated his contract at the club by a further year to run until 2025. The Austrian player’s value rose by €4m to €12m, setting the record for the most valuable central defender to ever play in the Austrian Bundesliga. The player was recently called up to the Austria national team by new manager Ralf Rangnick. 

Player Comparison

Red Bull Salzburg

Red Bull Salzburg


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Attacking Midfield



Jun 30, 2025

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Jun 30, 2024

Full Player Comparison

In the second most valuable squad after RB Salzburg (€256m), Rapid Vienna (€34.2m), Yusuf Demir (18) is unfortunately the subject of the biggest devaluation in the division, with the player’s value dropping by €3m. The young forward returned to his parent club in the winter, after a failed stint at Barcelona and has only managed one assist in 14 games since then. After losing more or less a full year of development, his market value drops to €5m. Which no means that Demir and Marco Grüll (23) now share the status of Rapid Vienna’s most valuable players. In October the young prospect was valued at €12m. 

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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