With Foden, James & Co: Unique Sports Group becomes top 5 player agency

By FPL360


Merger in UK & Bundesliga 

Player agencies International Sports Management (ISMG) and Unique Sports Management (USM) are joining forces to form the Unique Sports Group. From now on, the portfolio will include players with a total market value of more than €760 million, which means fifth place in Transfermarkt’s agency rankings. At the top is Wasserman with a total market value of €1.45 billion.

Foden & Co: The most valuable players of the Unique Sports Group

10 Ché Adams | Southampton | Market value: €20M

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9 Marc Guehi | Crystal Palace | Market value: €20M

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7 Dwight McNeil | Burnley | Market value: €22M

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7 Callum Wilson | Newcastle | Market value: €22M

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6 Matthias Ginter | Bor. M’gladbach | Market value: €27M

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4 Hakan Calhanoglu | Inter Milan | Market value: €30M

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4 Kevin Volland | AS Monaco | Market value: €30M

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3 Aaron Wan-Bissaka | Man United | Market value: €40M

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2 Reece James | Chelsea | Market value: €45M

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1 Phil Foden | Man City | Market value: €80M

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With the Unique Sports Group, they want to “sustainably expand our international network in the UK and South America,” Gordon Stipic-Wipfler, Managing Director Europe, explained. He said they want to “not only secure the next transfer or contract extension for our clients, but support them in building, managing and marketing their own brand.”

The most valuable players after the merger in the two “most important football markets,” the Bundesliga and the Premier League, is Manchester City’s Phil Foden with a market value of €80 million. Also included is fellow England international Reece James (€45 million).

Will Salthouse, Managing Director UK, said: “The Bundesliga is a hugely strong football league and has the youngest average age of any of Europe’s top leagues. In recent years, several top English talents have developed tremendously by moving to the Bundesliga. We expect this to become an increasingly strong trend in the coming years.”




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