Thomas Tuchel’s lackluster performance can also be seen by figures.

“Transfermarkt,” a football statistics media outlet, announced the top 10 most expensive teams in the Bundesliga on its official SNS on the 27th (Korea time). As everyone expected, Bayern Munich took first place, followed by Leverkusen, Leipzig and Dortmund.

Munich took the top spot overall with a value of 929 million euros. It had a “tea in the house” – the biggest drop in ransom in the latest update. Munich’s total player value in December last year was 976 million euros, but now it has dropped 47 million euros to 929 million euros, about three months later. The result was contrary to the 42 million euros increase recorded by Stuttgart, which ranked fifth.

Most of the decline was in the prices of the main players. Other than Harry Kane and Jamal Musiala, the main players, such as Leroy Sane, Joshua Kimmich, Alfonso Davis, and Kim Min-jae, all fell from 10 million euros (W14.6 billion) to 15 million euros (W21.9 billion). It was inevitable.

Munich is understandable because it fell into a slump in the second half. It started with a game against Leverkusen in the 21st round of the Bundesliga. At the time, Munich suffered a shocking 0-3 defeat at Leverkusen, and suffered its first official defeat in 10 years in the first leg of the UEFA Champions League round of 16 against Lazio and the 22nd round against Bochum. We have set a humiliating record of consecutive losses.

At the same time, his relationship with Tuchel has come to an end at the end of the season. In February, Munich officially announced on its website, “The club and Tuchel have decided to end their contract, which was originally set to expire on June 30, 2025, on June 30, 2024. This is the conclusion of an amicable dialogue between Jan Christian Dresen and Tuchel.” Since then, there have been changes in their defensive lines and they have managed to regain stability, but in reality, their chances of winning the league have become very low.

Leverkusen, which aims to win the league’s unbeaten title under Coach Xavi Alonso, ranked second with a value of 595 million euros, an increase of 28 million euros (40.9 billion won). Leipzig and Dortmund, which ranked third and fourth respectively, had player values of 497 million euros and 464 million euros, respectively. 토토사이트웹

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