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Bundesliga Market Values Update: Bayern Munich’s Kingsley Coman and Marcel Sabitzer among biggest losers

Transfermarkt has announced another market value update which saw some big updates for Bayern Munich players, both good and bad.

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Transfermarkt has made another valuation update of the Bundesliga players. 124 players in total saw valuation updates, with some winners and some losers from Bayern Munich. Leading the pack is Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Haaland.

On the rise are wonderkids who have continued to excel in the top flight in the last few months including Jude Bellingham, Florian Wirtz, and Jamal Musiala. As for Haaland, he is the second most valuable player in the world and hit a Bundesliga record market value of €150 million.

“Wirtz has rocketed upon the scene, has been a crucial player for Bayer Leverkusen, and became a national team player,” Transfermarkt market value admin Martin Freundl said.

The top seven most valuable players from the Bundesliga feature several Bayern Munich names and some other notables:

Florian Wirtz (€65m)

Leon Goretzka (€70m)

Serge Gnabry (€70m)

Alphonso Davies (€70m)

Jude Bellingham (€70m)

Joshua Kimmich (€90m)

Erling Haaland (€150m)

On to the bad news, there are some big losers for Bayern Munich in this latest market value update. Kingsley Coman has dropped from €65 million to €55 million due to consistent fitness problems and becoming less attractive on the market as a result. Not only this, Coman was probably overvalued to start.

Another player who dropped by a staggering €10 million is newcomer Marcel Sabitzer. The value decrease is due to a giving up the captaincy at RB Leipzig for a squad rotation role at Bayern Munich. Sabitzer is playing even fewer minutes than most expected in Bavaria. Sabitzer’s new market value is now €32 million.

Do you agree with these latest valuations? Let us know in the comments!

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