Slavia Prag Youngsters Matej Jurasek and Christos Zafeiris Impress in the Czech Fortuna Liga
In the latest update in the Czech Fortuna Liga, Slavia Prag has had a strong start to the season, accumulating 22 points in eight matches, the same as table toppers Sparta Prag. Two standout performers for Slavia in this update are Matej Jurasek and Christos Zafeiris, both aged 20.
Jurasek’s market value has risen from €2.5 million to €3.5 million, making him one of the top five most valuable players in the Czech league. Similarly, Zafeiris has made a significant leap in value, going from €2.5 million to €4.5 million. Slavia Prag’s Ladislav Krejci, valued at €5 million, leads the pack as the most valuable player in the league.
Another newcomer in the top five is Slavia Prag’s Martin Vitik, a 20-year-old defender whose value has increased by €1 million to €3.5 million. With this update, Slavia Prag has closed the gap on Sparta Prag in terms of squad value, with a rise of 10.1% to €43.45 million, just €1.2 million behind Sparta’s €44.65 million.
On the other hand, Vaclav Jemelka, 28, has experienced the biggest decrease in market value. After playing 27 league matches for FC Viktoria Pilsen last season, Jemelka has only appeared in three games this season, with four matches where he was unused on the bench. As a result, his market value has dropped by €600,000 to €1.2 million.
Q: Who are the top performers in the Czech Fortuna Liga according to the latest update?
A: Matej Jurasek and Christos Zafeiris from Slavia Prag have been impressive, with their market values increasing to €3.5 million and €4.5 million respectively.
Q: Which player leads the list of the most valuable players in the Czech Fortuna Liga?
A: Ladislav Krejci from Sparta Prag is the most valuable player in the league, with a market value of €5 million.
Q: How has Slavia Prag’s squad value changed with this update?
A: Slavia Prag’s squad value has increased by 10.1% to €43.45 million, putting them just €1.2 million behind Sparta Prag.
Q: Who has experienced the biggest decrease in market value in the Czech Fortuna Liga?
A: Vaclav Jemelka’s market value has dropped by €600,000 to €1.2 million after limited game time this season.
Q: How are the Transfermarkt market values determined?
A: The Transfermarkt market values are based on various pricing models and input from the Transfermarkt community. They do not necessarily reflect the actual transfer fees paid. The goal is to provide an expectation value rather than predict a specific price.
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