The aim of any footballer when he joins a new club is to be better than he was in his former club. Here are the 5 Real Madrid players who have increased in their market values past the amount they were signed for.
1. Vinicius Junior - The Brazilian winger was signed by Real Madrid from Flamengo in 2018 for €46 Million. His market value is currently €100 Million. He has scored 5 goals and gave 4 assists in the 9 matches he has played in the 2022/2023 season.
2. Federico Valverde - The Uruguayan central midfielder has market value of €80 Million. He has scored 4 goals and gave 2 assists in the 2022/2023 season.
3. Rodrygo - The Brazilian winger joined Real Madrid from Santos in 2019 for €46 Million. His market value is currently €70 Million. He has scored 3 goals and gave 2 assists in the 4 La Liga matches he has played in the 2022/2023 season.
4. Eder Militao - The Brazilian central defender joined Real Madrid in 2019 for €50 Million. His market value is currently €60 Million.
5. Edouado Camavinga - The French central defensive midfielder joined Real Madrid in 2021 for £27.5 Million. His market value is €55 Million.
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