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Barcelona talented La Masia graduate’s market value rises to €75 million

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Breaking records is the essence of progress, and nobody embodies that better than Barcelona’s talented young crop of players, who regularly redefine the boundaries of possibility.

Lamine Yamal, in particular, has emerged as a revelation, seamlessly morphing into a mainstay at one of Europe’s biggest clubs, a feat previously unheard of.

The teenage sensation has racked up countless records since joining Barça’s first team; for example, he has become the youngest scorer and youngest assist provider in Barcelona’s history.

Additionally, Yamal secured the title of Spain’s youngest international player and goal scorer, solidifying his status as a prodigious talent on the global stage.

Now, it appears Yamal is intent on breaking more barriers, as he most recently observed an increase in his market value.

Market milestone

After a recent update, Lamine Yamal’s market value on Transfermartk has risen to a whopping €75 million.

Source: Transfermarkt

The Spanish winger has been handed a €15 million boost, as his market value was previously set at €60 million.

With Yamal growing in prominence over the previous few weeks, as he helped the Catalan giants secure qualification to the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League and has been contributing goals with great frequency, this update barely comes across as a surprise.

He has notched seven goals and assists since the turn of the year, and besides the impressive numbers, he continues to showcase exceptional decision-making.

Following this major update, Lamine Yamal has now emerged as the world’s most valuable under-18 player in terms of transfer value, trumping talents like Arda Guler and Warren Zaïre-Emery.

More records on the horizon

With Barça set to square off against PSG shortly after the international break, Yamal has the opportunity to break Ansu Fati’s record of becoming the youngest goalscorer in Champions League history.

In fact, in a recent interview, the youngster claimed he is looking forward to getting his scoring underway in Europe: “Yes, I hope to do it against Paris Saint-Germain, that way, I can pick up another record.”

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  1. Olusegun Alade

    22/03/2024 at 07:34

    Xavi should not overload Yamal with lot of matches, he’s still young and need to grow to some extent so as break free from the spell of what affected Fati.

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