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Chukwueze, Iwobi, Musa and Eagles Stars’ Market Value Drop

Samuel Chukwueze, Alex Iwobi, Ahmed Musa and some of the Super Eagles stars have seen their market value dropped this year.

Chukwueze experienced his highest value at €30.00m as at Jun 11, 2019. But it was dropped twice this year, first to €27.00m in April 8, 2020 and now to €25.00m as at October 8, 2020.

Alex Iwobi’s value had soared from €25.00m in June 2019 to €32.00m (highest) by September 2019 following his move to Everton from Arsenal at the start of last season. But following his erratic display for the Toffees, Iwobi’s value has now dropped to €25.50m as Oct 13, 2020.

Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa had his value peaked at €18.00m in May 25, 2016 following his move from CSKA Moscow to Leicester City. But following his unsuccessful spell with the Foxes and subsequent move to Al Nassr in Saudi Arabia, Musa’s value has nosedived to €6.00m as at Sep 11, 2020.

Henry Onyekuru’s value soared to a highest of €13.00m in June 2019 following his sterling performances at Galatasaray which prompted his move to Monaco. Erratic form has however, seen his value subsequently dropped to €6.00m as at August 3, 2020.

Oghenekaro Etebo’s value rose to €7.00m on September 24, 2018 after arriving at Stoke City, but his value has since dropped to €4.00m as at April 8, 2020 following his loan move to Getafe.

New Eagles defender, Kevin Akpoguma had his value rated at €12.00m way back on Aug 22, 2018, but the former Germany youth international has seen his value come down to €4.80m as at Apr 8, 2020 appraisal by Transfermarkt.

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