Market values Denmark: Loan player Dreyer claims top spot – Spaniard Biel biggest winner

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Market values Denmark: Loan player Dreyer claims top spot – Spaniard Biel biggest winner


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In Anders Dreyer, the Danish Superligaen temporarily has a new most valuable player. The loanee in the ranks of FC Midtjylland increases his market value from €7 million to €8 million after a strong second half of the season – as of today, he is still under contract with Rubin Kazan until 2026, but clubs from the German Bundesliga and the Turkish Süper Lig, among others, are said to be interested in his services.

Claesson & Co. - All new Superligaen market values at a glance

After his loan move was finalised on 16 March, Dreyer was directly involved in ten goals in 13 games and led FCM to winning the cup. While the future of the Danish attacking all-rounder is open, Viktor Claesson signed a contract until 2026 when he joined FC Copenhagen from FK Krasnodar in March. The 30-year-old Swedish winger has not been able to fulfil all expectations in his first few months in Denmark, and is downgraded from €9 million to €7 million.

Dreyer, Grabara & Co. – The most valuable Superligaen players

10 Kamil Grabara | FC Copenhagen | Market value: €4m (+€1m)

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As of 21 June 2022

9 Victor Kristiansen | FC Copenhagen | Market value: €4m

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8 Ísak Bergmann Jóhannesson | FC Copenhagen | Market value: €4m (-€1m)

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7 Andreas Schjelderup | FC Nordsjaelland | Market value: €4m (-€1m)

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6 Gustav Isaksen | FC Midjylland | Market value: €4.5m (+€1m)

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5 Raphael Onyedika | FC Midjylland | Market value: €5m (+€2m)

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4 Pep Biel | FC Copenhagen | Market value: €6m (+€2.5m)

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3 Victor Claesson | FC Copenhagen | Market value: €7m (-€2m)

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2 Evander | FC Midjylland | Market value: €7m

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1 Anders Dreyer | FC Midjylland | Market value: €8m (+€1m)

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Superligaen market values: Biel on the up – Grabara among winners as well

In contrast, Pep Biel, one of three Spanish players in the Superligaen, was in top form. The midfielder of titleholders Copenhagen played his strongest season since his €5 million transfer in the summer of 2019, being directly involved in 20 goals in 32 games on his way to winning the title – in the UEFA Conference League, his haul was even better. Consequently, Biel, who is under contract until 2024, secures the biggest plus of this market value update thanks to an upgrade from €3.5 million to €6 million.

Centre-forward Mathias Kvistgaarden of Brøndby IF makes the biggest jump in percentage terms, increasing his market value tenfold from €200,000 to €2 million. During the championship season, the homegrown talent successfully established himself in the first team squad and most recently made his debut for the Danish U-21 team.

Having joined Copenhagen permanently for a fee of €3.5 million from Liverpool last summer, Kamil Grabara was an important factor in the capital club’s strong season as well. Following his debut for the Polish national team, the goalkeeper increases his market value by €1 million to €4 million, while teammate and English-born youngster Ísak Bergmann Jóhannesson remains unchanged at the same level after the first campaign at his new club.

How Transfermarkt market values work

The Transfermarkt market values are calculated, taking into account various pricing models. A major factor is the Transfermarkt community, whose members discuss and evaluate player market values in detail. In general, the Transfermarkt market values are not to be equated with transfer fees. 

The goal is not to predict a price but an expected value of a player in a free market. Both individual transfer modalities and situational conditions are relevant in determining market values. Examples of this are listed below. Transfermarkt does not use an algorithm (you can find the detailed market value definition here).




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