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The German Transfer Market Network’s routine update on the value of Chinese League One players at the end of 2023 has been launched today

The German Transfer Market Network's routine updates on the value of Chinese League One players at the end of 2023 are online today. The German Transfer Market Network (TransferMarkt.de)'s routine updates on the values ​​of Chinese League One players at the end of 2023 are online today. After this update, the highest value in the Chinese League One is still the foreign player from Qingdao West Coast.

The German Transfer Market Network (TransferMarkt.de)’s routine update of the value of Chinese League One players at the end of 2023 has been launched today.

After this update, the highest value in the Chinese League is still Qingdao West Coast’s foreign aid Lanier (850,000 euros), the second Ramires from the west coast of Qingdao (750,000 euros), the third is An Yongjia, a Hong Kong player from Guangxi Pingguo Haruan (500,000 euros), and the fourth is Nanjing City’s foreign aid Messi and Guangxi Pingguo Haruan’s foreign aid Egypt. Volo (both €400,000).

Among the Chinese players in the Chinese League One, the first one is Guangzhou team’s Eifielding (175,000 euros), more than Players tied for second place are Liu Boyang of Guangxi Pingguo Halong, An Yifei and Zhang Chenliang of Shijiazhuang Kungfu, Xiao Kun and Baihe Lamu of Sichuan Jiuniu, Zhang Xiuwei and Maier Danjiang of Qingdao West Coast (Both are 150,000 euros).

The one with the largest appreciation is Heilongjiang Bingcheng foreign aid Erics, with an appreciation of 175,000 euros. The player with the largest depreciation was Guangxi Pingguo Halong player Evolo, whose value depreciated by 250,000 euros. Among Chinese (excluding Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan) players, the player with the largest appreciation and the largest increase is Guangzhou team Yang Hao (appreciation of 90,000 euros, an increase of 900%).

In terms of total club value, Qingdao West Coast ranked first in the Chinese League One with 3.57 million euros, and Guangxi Pingguo Haruan ranked first with 2.47 million euros. The second and third places are Sichuan Jiuniu with 2.4 million euros.

The overall value of China League One dropped by 2.01 million euros, a shrinkage of 6.2%. Across Asia, the total value of China League One is 30.58 million euros, ranking sixth in the secondary leagues after Japan, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Iran, and Indonesia.

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