Market values Greece: Camara among top winners – Krychowiak drops below €10m mark

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Transfermarkt has updated all market values of the Greek Super League, which has caused several shifts among the most valuable players in the competition. The biggest winners among the top 10 are PAOK’s Andrija Zivkovic and Olympiacos’ Aguibou Camara, both of whom have seen their market value rise by €1 million to €6 million and €5 million respectively. They now sit in fifth and sixth place.

21-year-old Camara joined the titleholders from LOSC Lille B for a low six-figure transfer fee last summer and scored five goals, providing another five assists in 20 league games in his first professional season. Zivkovic was one of the cornerstones in head coach Razvan Lucescu’s side and put himself into the spotlight, especially in the Conference League, with four goals and three assists.

Olympiacos dominate top 10 – The most valuable Super League players

10 Tiquinho Soares (Olympiacos) – Market value: €4.5m (-€1.5m)

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As of 9 June 2022

10 Konstantinos Manolas (Olympiacos) – Market value: €4.5m (-€0.5m)

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10 Ousseynou Ba (Olympiacos) – Market value: €4.5m

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6 Henry Onyekuru (Olympiacos) – Market value: €5m (-€2m)

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6 Andreas Bouchalakis (Olympiacos) – Market value: €5m

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6 Sverrir Ingi Ingason (PAOK) – Market value: €5m

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6 Aguibou Camara (Olympiacos) – Market value: €5m (+€1m)

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5 Andrija Zivkovic (PAOK) – Market value: €6m (+€1m)

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3 Grzegorz Krychowiak (AEK) – Market value: €8m (-€3m)

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3 Pape Abou Cissé (Olympiacos) – Market value: €8m

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2 Georgios Masouras (Olympiacos) – Market value: €10m

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Mady Camara remains the most valuable player in the Super League despite a drop of €2 million to €11 million. Behind the Olympiacos midfielder, his two teammates Georgios Masouras and Pape Abou Cissé, whose market values of €10 million and €8 million remain unchanged, follow.

Droping from second place is AEK’s Grzegorz Krychowiak, who is the biggest loser of the update with a devaluation of €3 million, along with Konstantinos Fortounis (new market value: €3 million). The 32-year-old Pole had taken advantage of FIFA’s special transfer window to temporarily leave FK Krasnodar on loan in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. His move to a weaker league and his advancing age for a footballer contributed to his downgrade. The defensive midfielder is now valued at €8 million.

Manolas drops by 90% within three years – Lopes downgraded as well

Still valued at €45 million three years ago, Greek veteran Konstantinos Manolas has to accept another devaluation as well. The 30-year-old centre-back, who joined Olympiacos from Napoli for €2.5 million in January, drops from €5 million to €4.5 million – a tenth of his value from the summer of 2019. He now ranks ahead of teammate Rony Lopes (-€1 million), who went down from €25 million to now €4 million in the same period. While Manolas still makes the top 10 of the most valuable Super League players, the Portuguese loanee dropped out of them ahead of his return to Sevilla.

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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