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Top 20 L1 players whose market values shot up this season

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There are several Pompey players on the list after their reputations soared during the league title-winning season

Reputations can soar over the course of a season. However, if things do not proceed as planned, they might easily deviate in the opposite direction.

Fortunately for Pompey, their current crop of players fall into the former category after winning the League One title and being promoted to the Championship. Standout performances week after week propelled John Mousinho’s team into Blues history, but did it have a significant impact on their market value?

We went to Transfermarkt.com to find out, and we unveil the 20 players in the division whose valuations have dropped the most, as well as their current positions in the league.

Note that all figures are in euros. The information covers their current market value and how much their value has increased over the season.

Significant market growth.

Who’s market value increased the most throughout the 2023/24 League One season?

1. Regan Poole – Pompey

Current market value: €600k; Increase over season: €150k

2. Sean Roughan – Lincoln City

 

Current market value: €600k; Increase over season: €200k

3. Nathan Baxter – Bolton

Current market value: €600k; Increase over season: €200k

4. Ethan Erhahon – Lincoln City

Current market value: €1m; Increase over season: €200k

5. Dale Taylor – Wycombe Wanderers

Current market value: €750k; Increase over season: €250k

6. Daniel Grimshaw – Blackpool

Current market value: €750k; Increase over season: €250k

7. Matthew Cox – Bristol Rovers

Current market value: €800k; Increase over season: €300k

8. Kwame Poku – Peterborough United

Current market value: €1.5m; Increase over season: €300k

9. Freddie Pots – Wycombe Wanderers

Current market value: €600k; Increase over season: €350k

10. Luke Harris – Exeter City

Current market value: €1m; Increase over season: €500k

11. Donovan Pines – Barnsley

Current market value: €2m; Increase over season: €500k

12. Abu Kamara – Pompey

Current market value: €600k; Increase over season: €600k

13. Michael Olakigbe – Peterborough

Current market value: €600k; Increase over season: €600k

14. Alex Robertson – Pompey

Current market value: €700k; Increase over season: €650k

15. Ben Elliott – Reading

Current market value: €700k; Increase over season: €700k

16. Tyler Bindon – Reading

Current market value: €700k; Increase over season: €700k

17. Finley Burns – Stevenage

Current market value: €1m; Increase over season: €700k

18. Daniel Gore – Port Vale

Current market value: €900k; Increase over season: €900k

19. Luke Chambers – Wigan Athletics

Current market value: €1.5m; Increase over season: €1.2m

20. Ephron Mason-Clark – Peterborough

Current market value: €4.5m; Increase over season: €4.05m

 

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