It is only a matter of time before Benjamin Šeško overtakes Jan Oblak: Only €5 million difference between the two stars on Transfermarkt
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Slovenia is on the verge of Euro 2024. If Matjaz Kek’ s charges actually play off in Germany this summer, their market value will – clearly – increase significantly. Currently, according to estimates Transfermarkt the most expensive Slovenian football player is expected to be Jan Oblak. The Atletico star and captain of the Slovenian national team is worth €30 million. But Benjamin Šeško is increasingly on his heels.
The attacker’s market value has soared to €30 million. The difference between the two most expensive Slovenian footballers is therefore only €5 million.
In third and fourth place are two teammates from Udinese: both Sandi Lovrić and Jaka Bijol are valued at €10 million on Transfermarkt. In fifth place, with a market value of €5 million, are former Olimpija teammates Miha Zajc and Andraž Šporar.
Jon Gorenc Stanković (Sturm), Žan Celar (Lugano, both €4 million), Kevin Kampl (RB Leipzig) and David Brekalo (Viking, both €3.5 million) are also in the Top 10. Vanja Drkušić (€3 million) and Jan Mlakar (€2.8 million) are also close.
This year’s national team meeting also included five players who are not “millionaires” according to Transfermarkt: Jasmin Kurtić, Erik Janža (both €800,000), Vid Belec, David Zec and Žan Karničnik (all €500,000). The “cheapest millionaire” in the national team was Luka Zahović (€1.2 million).
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