Market values Sweden: Top 5 sale Swedberg biggest winner – Larsson down by 25%

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Market values Sweden: Top 5 sale Swedberg biggest winner – Larsson down by 25%


Complete update Allsvenskan 

Transfermarkt has revised all market values in the Swedish Allsvenskan in course of the complete updates in the summer. Among the biggest winners are a number of players who will only be listed with their current teams until the end of the month before moving on to other clubs from 1 July. Among them is a player who will head to Celta de Vigo for one of the highest transfer fees in the history of the Swedish top tier.

Williot Swedberg, the biggest winner of the update with a plus of €3.2 million, will join the Spanish first division club after eleven years at Hammarby IF. With a transfer fee of €5 million, he is Sweden’s fifth most expensive player export. Thanks to a new market value of €5 million, the 18-year-old becomes the third most valuable footballer in the league ahead of his departure.

Ibrahimovic, Swedberg & Co. – The Swedish Allsvenskan’s record sales

5 Williot Swedberg | Hammarby IF -> Celta de Vigo | Fee: €5m

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4 Markus Rosenberg | Malmö FF -> Ajax | Fee: €5.3m

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3 Sead Haksabanovic | Norrköping -> Rubin Kazan | Fee: €6.5m

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2 Zlatan Ibrahimovic | Malmö FF -> Ajax | Fee: €7.8m

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1 Alexander Isak | AIK -> Borussia Dortmund | Fee: €8.6m

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Only Djurgårdens IF’s Sead Haksabanovic (€5.5 million) and Jordan Larsson of AIK Solna (€8 million) are valued higher. The son of Swedish icon Henrik Larsson arrived on loan from Spartak Moscow during FIFA’s special transfer window and remains the league’s highest-rated player despite the biggest drop in market value in the update, €3 million. Norrköping’s Ishaq Abdulrazak, on the other hand, took a step up, improving his value by €2.1 million and is now worth €3 million.

Market values Sweden: Malmö FF defend top spot – Hammarby IF biggest winners

In terms of squad values, Malmö FF, with an increase of €2.7 million and a total value of €27.45 million, remain in first place. Hammarby IF had the biggest increase in market value. With a plus of €6.3 million, last year’s cup winners secured second place and displaced AIK Solna, the only club in the league to suffer a loss in squad value. With a minus of €1.15 million, the club from Stockholm province slips to third place.

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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