The year 2022 has not been good for some footballers as they did not start the year in good form. Here are the top 10 footballers with the highest market value decrease in 2022.
1. Romelu Lukaku - He has not been able to score more goals during the year deu to injuries. His market value has dropped by €45 Million. His new market value is €55 Million.
2. Stefan De Vrij - The Dutch centre back who plays for Inter Milan is the second player with the highest market value decrease. His market value has dropped by €30 Million.
3. Marcus Rashford - The English winger is the third footballer with the highest market value decrease in 2022. His performance dropped after he had a surgery. He seems to be picking up since the beginning of the 2022/2023 season. He has scored 10 goals and gave 4 assists this season. His market value is has dropped by €30 Million.
Rafael Verane, Jadon Sancho, Memphis Depay, Antoine Griezmann and Timo Werner have each dropped in their market value by €25 Million.
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