The market value of Kaoru Mitoma (26, Brighton & Hove Albion), a Japanese striker who is showing sensational performances in the English Premier League (EPL) this season, will be over 35 million pounds (approximately 53.6 billion won). As he is receiving love calls from several big clubs such as Arsenal, Son Heung-min (31, Tottenham) is expected to break the transfer fee record for entering the EPL.
Previously, reporter Fabricio Romano, a transfer market expert, said in an interview with British Cutoffside, “Mitoma’s current market value is over 35 million pounds. From Brighton’s point of view, it’s the best signing.” is continuing,” he said.
Mitoma is a side striker who first stepped on the EPL stage after joining Brighton last summer. This season, he has participated in 15 EPL matches, scoring 5 goals and 1 assist, and scoring 1 goal each in the FA Cup and League Cup. In particular, he scored goals in as many as 4 of the last 5 league games, and scored the winning goal in the FA Cup against Liverpool and the League Cup against Arsenal, making headlines.
Due to this activity, Mitoma has become a divinity that the local media also pays attention to. In the EPL Power Ranking recently announced by the Daily Mail, he was ranked third, up 6 places. At the time, the media highlighted that “I scored 4 goals in the last 6 games. After becoming a hero in Liverpool and the FA Cup, I scored another winning goal against Bournemouth.”
The market value is also skyrocketing naturally. Transfer Markt, a site specializing in transfers, also predicted that Mitoma’s market value would be raised by 20 million euros (about 27.2 billion won) through a player market value update scheduled for mid-next month. Last December, 8.5 million euros (about 11.6 billion won) The market value rises more than twice in a month. Here, reporter Romano predicted that the ransom would rise to more than 35 million pounds in the actual transfer market.
If Mitoma’s transfer is completed through a transfer fee of 35 million pounds, Son Heung-min will enter the EPL. Son Heung-min left Leverkusen (Germany) for a transfer fee of 22 million pounds (approximately 33.7 billion won) in August 2015 and entered Tottenham. 122.2 billion won), but in the process, the transfer to a big club was not completed. 스포츠토토
Japan Football Zone said, “With Mitoma’s performance sweeping the EPL, the possibility of transferring to a big club is also being raised locally.” It is expected that he will receive attention both inside and outside the stadium for the time being.”