In-Demand Heerenveen Jewel Ejuke Reaches His Highest Ever Market ValuePublished: August 12, 2020
SC Heerenveen winger Chidera Ejuke has reached his highest market value amid speculation linking him with a summer departure from the Dutch Eredivisie side.
Today, Wednesday, August 12, Transfermarkt updated his market value to 5.5 million euros, an all-time high since he was first valued in January 2018.
Before now, Ejuke's highest market value was 4.5 million euros, attained on March 12, 2020, around the same period football activities were suspended in the Netherlands.
The 22-year-old has been linked with possible moves to teams in France, Turkey, China and United Arab Emirates but SC Heerenveen have refused to do business with any of his suitors because his asking price has not been met.
Based on the latest update, Ejuke is now the most valuable Heerenveen player, ahead of Joey Veerman (€5m) and Mitchell van Bergen (€3.6m).
The top dribbler in the Eredivisie last season is the 16th most valuable Nigerian player, ranked 94th among all 1998-born players, 124th among left wingers, and 1,442nd globally.
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