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2nd League: St. Pauli’s players are the big market value winners, HSV professionals are falling

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2nd League: St. Pauli’s players are the big market value winners, HSV professionals are falling

2. Bundesliga New market value analysis

St. Pauli is the big winner, HSV players crash

Status: 22.03.2024 | Reading time: 2 minutes

FC St. Pauli has already risen in the market value ranking

Source: dpa/Daniel Karmann

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The makers of the transfermarkt.de platform have published the new market values ​​for the 2nd league. The biggest beneficiary of their own success story is FC St. Pauli, while HSV has to accept losses. A Hertha player, on the other hand, has doubled his market value.

FC St. Pauli dominates the Second Bundesliga and sits at the top of the table eight game days before the end of the season, eight points ahead of the relegation place. Promotion is within reach for the people of Hamburg. Fabian Hürzeler’s team has only suffered two defeats. The strong performances are reflected not only in the table, but also in the market value development of the players. The Hamburgers are on transfermarkt.de (like WELT, belongs to Axel Springer SE) the big winner in the re-evaluation of the second division professionals.

A total of nine FC St. Pauli players were upgraded. The biggest winner among Hamburgers is Aljoscha Kemlein. The 19-year-old defensive player attracted attention with strong performances and increased his market value from 800,000 euros to two million, almost tripling it.

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A number that will also please 1. FC Union. Kemlein has been loaned to St. Pauli by the Berliners. Left-back Philipp Treu has also more than doubled his market value (from 900,000 to two million euros). Other winners at St. Pauli include Marcel Hartel, Elias Saad and Oladapo Afolayan.

Ludovit Reis has only scored two goals for HSV this season

Source: dpa/Marcus Brandt

At the local rival, the development of market values ​​looks completely different. HSV, which once again has to worry about promotion, has several losers in its squad. Goalkeeper Daniel Heuer-Fernandes, midfielder Levin Öztunali and Moritz Heyer lost value. The biggest loser is striker Ludovit Reis, who was downgraded from six million to five million euros.

Winner Holstein Kiel

Where there are losers, there are also winners. Like Pascal Klemens from Hertha BSC, for example. The 19-year-old has matured into a regular player in Berlin’s defensive midfield and is having a strong season. The makers of transfermarkt.de reward this with a doubling of the market value – Klemens is no longer valued at 2.5 million, but at five million euros.

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The evaluation of the surprise runner-up Holstein Kiel is also consistently positive. Eight players from the North Germans, who have the best prospects of promotion to the Bundesliga for the first time, were upgraded. Like Colin Kleine-Bekel. With a market value of three million euros, the 21-year-old central defender is the most valuable player in the Kiel squad.

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