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Madrid resists the coronavirus crisis better than Barça


first_imgBenzema328 (20%) Nacho123 (20%) Modric123 (20%) Marcelo164 (20%) Mendy328 (20%) Sergio Ramos14.53.5 (19.4%) * Transfermarkt does not take into account Odriozola, loaned to Bayern in January.The explanation of a downward futureMatthias Seide, founder of Transfermarkt, He explains on his portal how these variations have occurred, all with a negative trend. “Stock indices have plummeted, numerous clubs could be threatened by insolvency and the transfer plans have been paralyzed due to the many uncertainties that exist in most teams. “The puncture of the big bubble is imminent, something that several experts in AS have already explained and that Seide supports: “Right now it is hardly conceivable that transfer prices continue to rise in the future as they have in recent years. “ MARKET VALUE OF THE MADRID TEMPLATE * Brahim13.51.5 (10%) ViniciusFour. Five5 (10%) Areola133 (18.8%) Fede Valverde546 (10%) Asensio328 (20%) The coronavirus has entered the world of soccer like lightning, canceling or postponing your competitions and presenting a very low market which forces the clubs to recalculate their route. The specialized Transfermarkt has started to encrypt this new scenario, with a drop in the value of First Division squads of 1,168 million euros; that is, a decrease of 18.69% in relation to the previous record, 6,249 million. Casemiro6416 (20 Militao364 (10%) Varane6416 (20 Hazard80 million20 million (20%) Mariano133 (18.8%) Jovic328 (20%) Bale328 (20%) James328 (20%) RodrygoFour. Five5 (10%) Kroos4812 (20%) PLAYERCURRENT VALUEDROP Isco4010 (20%) Carvajal4010 (20%) Lucas Vazquez164 (20%) The team that has felt the economic effects of the pandemic the most in Spain is Barcelona, decreasing the price of its soccer players 207.1 million, from 1,059.7 to 852.6. The 19.5% drop puts it at its worst in four years And it is the second largest among the greats in Europe: only Manchester City has been further devalued. Courtois4812 (20%) Real Madrid has better endured the rate, going from 1,080 to 888.5 million, which means a loss of a 17.73% (191.5 million). There are 16 Zidane players who have left 20% of their value; Ramos, 19.4%; Mariano and Areola, 18.8%; and the rest, 10%. The most expensive, Hazard, would go to 80 million today, by Casemiro and Varane 64. At the other extreme, Modric and Nacho appear, 12 million each.last_img

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