Soccer statistics media ‘Transfermarkt’ completed the latest update of Premier League (PL) ransom on the 9th local time. The media has been updating the values of major European leagues since the end of September, and PL was the fourth. In the future, Serie A in Italy (11th), La Liga in Spain (13th), Ligue 1 in France (16th) and Bundesliga in Germany (18th) will be held sequentially.
Hwang Hee-chan, a “Korean Leaguer” from Wolverhampton, achieved an increase in ransom. Hwang Hee-chan, who was previously 12 million euros (about 17 billion won), rose 6 million euros (about 8.5 billion won) to 18 million euros (about 25.5 billion won). This is the highest value ever.
Hwang Hee-chan achieved 12.5 million euros (about 18 billion won) during Salzburg (Austria) and 15 million euros (about 21.5 billion won) during Leipzig (Germany). Since entering Wolverhampton, it has reached 13 million euros (about 18.5 billion won), 16 million euros (about 23 billion won) and 12 million euros, but this time it has reached 18 million euros. 스포츠토토
Hwang Hee-chan’s 18 million euros is 505th in the world, 205th in the PL, sixth in Wolverhampton, fourth in South Korea, 68th in front-line strikers, and 54th in 1996-born. Based on Wolverhampton, this is followed by Maximilian Kilman (50 billion), Pedru Netu (45.5 billion), Matheus Cunha (40 billion), Rayan Aitnuri (35.5 billion) and João Gomes (31.5 billion). In South Korea, Kim Min-jae (85.5 billion won), Son Heung-min (71.5 billion won), and Lee Kang-in (31.5 billion won) followed.
Hwang Hee-chan, who played well in Salzburg with 45 goals and 29 assists in 126 official matches, transferred to Leipzig in the summer of 2020. However, after struggling to compete at Leipzig, he moved to Wolverhampton on loan in the summer of 2021. And with his great performance, he was completely transferred to 16.7 million euros (about 24 billion won).
In particular, his performance this season has been remarkable. Hwang Hee-chan scored five points in a total of eight games with one goal against Brighton in the second round of the PL, one against Crystal Palace in the fourth round, one against Liverpool in the fifth round, one against Manchester City in the seventh round and one against Aston Villa in the eighth round. He also scored one goal against Ipswich in the third round of the English Football League Cup (EFL Cup), making his sixth goal of the season.