“South Korea’s Superstar Son Heung-min surpasses the value of 21 Asian Cup participants.” Attention is focused on his enormous presence


Son Heung-min’s presence has been highlighted in Southeast Asia.

Malaysia’s “Markan Bola” talked about Son Heung-min on the 8th (Korea time) under the title “Son Heung-min’s ransom is more expensive than the 21 countries that will play in the 2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup.”

According to soccer statistics media “Transfermarkt,” Son Heung-min is valued at 50 million euros. This price ranks second among South Korea and players born in 1992, fourth among Tottenham Hotspur, 15th among global center forwards, 45th in the Premier League, and 88th worldwide.

Of the 24 Asian Cup qualifying countries, only three – Japan (€316.95 million, about W457.6 billion), South Korea (€193 million, about W278.6 billion), and Iran (€51.58 million, about W74.5 billion). The remaining 21 countries range from Australia (€40.95 million, about W59.1 billion) to Kyrgyzstan (€6.25 million, about W9 billion).

“Son Heung-min is valued at the same value as Japanese winger Kaoru Mitoma, but he is lower than Japan’s Takefusa Kubo and South Korea’s Kim Min-jae. In 2020, he boasted the highest ransom among Asian players at 90 million euros (about 129.9 billion won).”

In 2015, Son left Leverkusen in the German Bundesliga and joined Tottenham Hotspur in a surprise move. Nine years have passed since he accompanied Tottenham. He has been leading teammates as captain since this season. The “DESK” line (Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen, Son Heung-min, Harry Kane) was disbanded and captain Hugo Lloris stepped down. This season, Son is enjoying his second prime time by completing the “23rd most goals scored in PL history (115 goals)” and “double-digit goals scored for eight consecutive seasons (14 goals → 12 goals → 11 goals → 17 goals → 12 → 12 goals → 12 goals).” 랭크카지노

Now, his goal is to win the Asian Cup. Son Heung-min has joined Jürgen Klinsmann, who is engaged in off-season training in the United Arab Emirates. He played as a substitute in the last friendly match with Iraq. Korea in Group E will face off against Bahrain on Monday, Jordan on Saturday, and Malaysia on Tuesday.

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