Mitoma Kaoru’s ransom price has risen significantly.
Mitoma is one of the players getting a lot of attention in the English Premier League (EPL) this season. He currently belongs to Brighton, which is located in the upper middle of the league, and is a player who stirs the side with quick speed and concise but explosive dribble breakthrough. Not only in the EPL, but also at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar held last year, Mitoma attracted attention by demonstrating his skills on the international stage without hesitation.
The fact that he perfectly filled the void left by Leandro Trosar, his former ace, also contributed to his popularity. Trossar has not been able to play for a while due to a feud with manager Roberto De Gerbi, and left the team during the transfer window last winter to move to Arsenal. While Trosar was unable to play, Mitoma filled Trosar’s vacancy and led Brighton’s rise.
Since his skills are good, it is natural for his ransom to rise. However, it went up too high. It was confirmed that Mitoma’s ransom price rose by 158.5%.메이저사이트
The Japanese media ‘Football Zone’ said, “The ransom value of Kaoru, who is receiving attention from big clubs for his impressive performance in the EPL this season, has risen significantly.” reported the news.
According to the media’s explanation, Mitoma’s ransom price was about 8.5 million euros (approximately 11.8 billion won) in December of last year, based on ‘TransferMarkt’. Currently, Mitoma is valued at 22 million euros (approximately 30.6 billion won). More than tripled in 3 months. To that extent, Mitoma performed well in the EPL in a short period of time.
Interest in Mitoma’s future is also high. Currently, clubs from all over Europe, including a number of EPL big clubs, are expressing interest in Mitoma, and the news that the team Brighton is trying to propose a new contract with enormous conditions to catch Mitoma, the team’s key resource.
Britain’s ‘Team Talk’ predicted that Brighton would promote a renewal of the contract with Mitoma, saying, “Mitoma will soon be offered a renewal contract with unconventional conditions from Brighton.”