Market values ​​Sweden: top talent Bergvall at the top – Sonko the biggest winner

Update in Allsvenskan

Winger Sebastian Nanasi (21) leads the rankings of the Swedish company Allsvenskan in terms of market value. The coveted Lucas Bergvall (17) of Djurgårdens IF takes first place alongside the winger of last-minute champion Malmö FF, both now valued at €5 million.

With 18 points (11 goals/7 assists) in 29 games, Nanasi played an important role in Malmö’s title and was already one of the big winners in the September update – his market value has now increased by 500,000 additional euros. Bergvall, who was recently linked relatively specifically to FC Barcelona and Manchester United and previously to Stade Rennais and Inter Milan, will be upgraded by 1.5 million euros.

“Bergvall is one of Sweden’s greatest talents. He made his debut for Brommapojkarna’s first team at the age of 15. Despite the interest from big foreign clubs, he consciously decided to stay in Sweden during the winter and move to Djurgården, where he appears regularly and knows how to impress, » market value administrator Luca Reitz said in September (« WS74DO ») The midfielder was increased from 1.5 million to 3.5 million euros.

Bigger than Bergvall: Sonko gaining market value at Allsvenskan

But his plus is not the biggest asset of the update – it will go to Momodou Lamin Sonko (18), who is also only 18, from runner-up and last year’s champion BK Häcken . After ten goals and five assists in 34 competitive matches, the left winger will be increased from 2 million to 3.5 million euros in 2023 and is now only behind Bergvall and Nanasi in the Allsvenskan rankings. Market value expert Reitz explains: “Sonko managed to establish himself in Häcken’s starting lineup last season at the age of 18 and was convincing. It is very likely that he will move to a bigger league this winter and become, after Patrik Wålemark, Bénie Traoré and Ibrahim Sadiq, the next offensive player that Häcken was able to sell abroad for a high transfer fee in the recent past .

In addition to Bergvall and Sonko, five other players were upgraded by at least one million euros, including Taha Ali from Malmö (25; +1 to 2.5) and Wessam Abou Ali (24) from IK Sirius, who increased from a million to 1. 5 million euros increase. Reitz explains: “Ali has had an unusual career. For a long time he only played in the lower leagues in Sweden and was also a Swedish national futsal player. This season, he made the final breakthrough into the Allsvenskan and helped Malmö win their 23rd championship with his enormous dribbling strength. Abou Ali only arrived in Uppsala this summer from the Danish second division, but he enjoyed great success from the start. With eleven goals in 16 games, he is one of the strongest strikers in the league and one of the reasons why Sirius was able to finish the season with eight games without defeat, stay in class and even move up to eighth place . Now said to have attracted interest from big clubs, Sirius has publicly stated that they will not sell Abou Ali to Sweden.

Kazper Karlsson (18) from Halmstads BK should also have a future outside Sweden. The central midfielder has increased by 400,000 euros for the second time in a row and is now valued at 1.2 million euros, making him the most valuable player in twelfth place in the rankings. “Karlsson became a regular player at Halmstad at the age of 17 and he also played in the Swedish U-national teams, for example at the U17 European Championships last year. His contract expires this summer and big Swedish clubs are said to be interested in him – but a contract extension is not ruled out either,” says market value administrator Reitz.

Losers in market value in Sweden include AIK Solna’s Bersant Celina (27; -0.7 to 1.8), Malmös Sebastian Jörgensen (23; -0.5 to 1.5) and Pontus Jansson (32; – 0.5 to 1.5) or the old Braunschweiger Christoffer. Nyman. The 31-year-old IFK Norrköping striker drops from 500,000 to one million euros.

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