Eduard Spertsyan is now the most expensive footballer in the RPL

Krasnodar midfielder and Armenian national team player Eduard Spertsyan is now valued at 20 million euros, according to Transfermarkt.

Spertsyan’s value has increased by 2 million euros, making him the most expensive player in the RPL alongside Wendel and Matvei Safonov, who will soon join PSG.

Spertsyan had an outstanding season, helping Krasnodar win the silver medals of the Russian Premier League. This season, he played 33 matches, scored 11 goals, and provided 7 assists.

Eduard Spertsyan has shown impressive form throughout the season, demonstrating his leadership qualities and ability to decide the outcome of matches. His outstanding play has attracted the attention of not only fans but also clubs on the international stage. The increase in his value on Transfermarkt only confirms his significance in modern football.

Alongside Spertsyan’s successes, it is worth noting other Armenian players whose transfer values have also changed. Nair Tiknizyan, despite a decrease in value due to injury, remains a key player for his club. Uguchukwu Iwu and Tigran Avanesyan continue to progress, attracting attention with their performances.

Thus, Armenian footballers continue to strengthen their positions in the RPL, showcasing a high level of play and professionalism.

On June 4, the Transfermarkt editorial team updated the values of RPL players, which also affected Armenian footballers.

Nair Tiknizyan’s value decreased by half a million and is now 6.5 million euros, as he missed most of the second season due to injury.

Armenian national team and Rubin defensive midfielder Uguchukwu Iwu’s value increased by half a million and is now 1.5 million euros.

Tigran Avanesyan’s value increased by 100 thousand euros and is now 300 thousand euros.

Khoren Bayramyan and Georgiy Arutyunyan are valued at one million euros each.

Top 10 Most Expensive Players in the Russian Premier League According to Transfermarkt:

  1. Matvei Safonov (Krasnodar), €20 million
  2. Wendel (Zenit), €20 million
  3. Eduard Spertsyan (Krasnodar), €20 million
  4. Claudinho (Zenit), €18 million
  5. Konstantin Tyukavin (Dynamo), €16 million
  6. Wilmar Barrios (Zenit), €12 million
  7. Bitello (Dynamo), €12 million
  8. John Cordoba (Krasnodar), €12 million
  9. Douglas Santos (Zenit), €12 million
  10. Fyodor Chalov (CSKA), €11 million

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