5 Players Whose Market Value Will Increase After World Cup

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With World Cup reaching its business end, some young players have already seen their market value increase significantly. Irrespective of how they fare from here on, these players will be in high demand in the transfer window. We take a look at five such players.

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#5 Enzo Fernandes, ArgentinaEnzo Fernandes joined Benfica last year for a modest sum of €12 million, but now commands a price of around €80 million. Real Madrid and Liverpool have already set their eyes on him. Fernandes will be in action shortly in Argentina vs Croatia in the semi-finals.

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#4 Jude Bellingham, EnglandAfter selling Erling Haaland for a record sum this year, Borussia Dortmund might get an even bigger sum when they sell the English midfielder Jude Bellingham. Real Madrid have identified him as the first option as they look to transition from the ageing duo of Luka Modric and Toni Kroos.

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#3 Mohammad Kudus, GhanaGhana getting knocked out in the group stage didn't prevent Mohammad Kudus from showcasing his talent and versatility. He can thrive in a variety of roles, and a move to England or Spain seems imminent.

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#2 Goncalo Ramos, PortugalGoncalo Ramos had an unforgettable World Cup debut, as he repaid the faith by scoring a screaming hat-trick against Switzerland in the World Cup quarter-final. Ramos had a great start to the season with Benfica, and his market value has spiked up significantly.

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#1 Josko Gvardiol, CroatiaJosko Gvardiol has completed 100 passes as a central defender, and has shown a great progressive aspect to his game. He was a solid presence in the quarter-finals against Brazil, which Croatia won on penalties.

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