The value of Kubo and Odegaard soars in recent months

According to Transfermarkt and its latest update, Kubo (now valued at € 10M) and Odegaard (20) have risen 400% and 33% in value since last June.


The market value of Takefusa Kubo (18 years old) and Martin Odegaard (20) is rising like foam. With the recent update presented by the specialized Transfermarkt portal, Japanese and Norwegian continue to increase their price. The player assigned in Mallorca has risen from the 2 million euros in which he was valued on June 27 to the current 10 million (a rise of 400%) , while of the Royal Society has passed the 15 million in who assessed it on June 12 at September 20 (33%) .

The youth of both plays in their favor, since their great potential raises their valuation faster than talking about more veteran players. Thus, if we look further back, the rise presents much more spectacular figures. On January 5, 2019, the Japanese, at FC Tokyo at that time, had a price of 500,000 euros, so we talk about an increase of 1900% in just over nine months. On the other hand, the left-hander of the Real presented a value of 4 million euros on December 28, 2018, 400% less of the current figure.

Growing away from home

The former Tokyo player arrived in the capital of Spain last June and, since then, the excitement and expectation he generates have not stopped growing. To the details poured in the friendlies with the first white team and with the Castilla de Raúl we must add his good performance in the Copa América. 2 This year he will grow in Mallorca under Vicente Moreno and can enjoy minutes in the First Division.

As for Odegaard, after his hesitant start in the first white subsidiary and becoming the youngest player to debut with Madrid in the League on May 23, 2015, with 16 years and 157 days; a series of assignments to Dutch football (Heerenveen and Vitesse) have made him progress until he is the promising midfielder who already dazzles in San Sebastian. The Norwegian fits like a glove to the Sheriff's scheme in the Royal and has been among the most prominent of the txuri-urdin set at this beginning of the season. 444444

two were agreed, although those of Zidane could re-fish him next June if they considered it appropriate. If this progression continues, Madrid's offensive flow of the near future should go through the left-handed (dominant foot of both) of the protagonists. Meanwhile, Imanol Alguacil and Vicente Moreno will continue to enjoy their talent.

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