Japan’s Kubo ‘becomes No. 1’ in Asia’s ransom… set at 86 billion → ‘Same as Kim Min-jae + higher than Son Heung-min’

“Transfermarkt,” a soccer statistics media outlet, updated the ransom of players in Spain’s La Liga on the 22nd (Korea time). Starting with the Bundesliga, the Eredivisie, Ligue 1, Jufiller Pro League, Premier League, Serie A, Schiefer League and La Liga were held.

What stood out was Kubo. Kubo rose 10 million euros from 50 million euros (about 72 billion won) to 60 million euros. 60 million euros is the same value as Kim Min-jae (27, Bayern Munich), and now Kubo and Kim Min-jae are the Asian ransom “TOP.”

Kubo, Kim Min-jae (over 60 million euros KRW 86 billion), Kaoru Mitoma, Son Heung-min (over 50 million euros KRW 72 billion), Takehiro Tomiyasu (30 million euros KRW 43 billion), Hiroki Ito, Hwang Hee-chan, Lee Kang-in (over 22 million euros KRW 31.5 billion), Daichi Kamada (over 20 million KRW 28.5 billion), and Mehdi Taremi (over 18 million KRW 26 billion) built the TOP10.

Kubo is a Japanese winger. After playing for Barcelona Youth, he moved to Sociedad in the summer of 2022 for 6 million euros (about 8.5 billion won) in transfer fee. 메이저 토토사이트

He is currently playing as an ace for Sociedad. He had nine goals and nine assists in 44 games in the 2022-23 season, and six goals and four assists in 24 games in the 2023-24 season. In September, he scored four goals in La Liga, which made him named the Player of the Month.

In recognition of his performance this season, the ransom has risen vertically. It was 25 million euros (about 36 billion won) in June, but rose to 50 million euros in October. And this time, an additional 10 million euros was added to 60 million euros. Kubo’s ransom of 60 million euros ranks first in Sociedad, first in Japan, seventh in right wingers, eighth in 2001 and 12th in La Liga, and 62nd in the world.

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