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Bundesliga market value update: Reyna closes in on Lozano – Scally doubles value

Two Americans impacted 

With seven matchdays complete in the Bundesliga and in the middle of the second international break, Transfermarkt has updated the market values of 123 players. Two Americans, who are currently not with the US men’s national team, are among the biggest winners of the update: Borussia Dortmund‘s Giovanni Reyna and Borussia Mönchengladbach‘s Joe Scally. 

Bundesliga - All new market values at a glance

Reyna saw his market value increase by 10.5% from €38 million to now €42 million, ranking him fourth in the Concacaf region, just behind Mexican winger Hirving Lozano. Reyna remains second among US national team players, behind Christian Pulisic, who remained unchanged after the latest Premier League market value update

Pulisic, Reyna, Aaronson & Co.: The 25 Most Valuable USMNT Players

25 Konrad de la Fuente | €4 million | Olympique Marseille

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24 Joe Scally | €4 million | Borussia Mönchengladbach

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23 Matthew Hoppe | €4.5 million | Mallorca

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22 Jordan Siebatcheu | €5 million | Young Boys

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21 DeAndre Yedlin | €5 million | Galatasaray

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20 Cristian Roldán | €5 million | Seattle Sounders

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19 Jordan Morris | €5 million | Seattle Sounders

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18 Mark McKenzie | €5 million | KRC Genk

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17 Cole Bassett | €5 million | Colorado Rapids

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16 Zack Steffen | €6 million | Manchester City

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15 Bryan Reynolds | €6 million | Roma

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14 Gianluca Busio | €6 million | Venezia FC

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13 Antonee Robinson | €7 million | Fulham

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12 Chris Richards | €7.5 milion | Hoffenheim (on loan from Bayern Munich)

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11 Josh Sargent | €8 million | Norwich City

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10 Daryl Dike | €10 million | Orlando City

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9 Brenden Aaronson | €10 million | Red Bull Salzburg

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8 Timothy Weah | €12 million | LOSC Lille

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7 John Anthony Brooks | €14 million | Wolfsburg

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6 Yunus Musah | €15 million | Valencia

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5 Tyler Adams | €20 million | RB Leipzig

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4 Weston McKennie | €25 million | Juventus

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3 Sergiño Dest | €30 million | Barcelona

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2 Giovanni Reyna | €42 million | Borussia Dortmund

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1 Christian Pulisic | €50 million | Chelsea

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At first glance, Reyna’s latest market value upgrade comes as a surprise. The attacking midfielder has played just three Bundesliga games (two goals) and has been out with an injury, keeping him from traveling to the national team. “When it comes to Reyna, we often forget that he is only 18,” Bundesliga market value admin Julius Weißenstein (Savarez03) said. “When fit, he has been a starting XI player under three different BVB coaches and convinces with his playing intelligence and direct play. Dortmund highly value the player, which is evident by the fact that he was given Jadon Sancho’s number 7 this summer.” 

Joe Scally doubles market value – Now 4th most valuable US right-back

Also not part of the national team is Scally, despite fantastic performances in the Bundesliga. “Scally is one of the newcomers this season,” Weißenstein said. The right-back was signed from New York City FC in January 2021 and has since been slowly integrated into the first team. Injuries at the start of the season have meant that Adi Hütter had to give Scally a chance, and the young American has made the most of the opportunity. “He convinced right away,” Weißenstein said. “Scally underlined his performances with his first Bundesliga goal last weekend, and it is hard to imagine him not being part of the first team from now on.” 

Although the performances might not have been enough to convince US men’s national team coach Gregg BerhalterTransfermarkt believes Scally is already one of the season’s biggest winners. The 18-year-old sees his market value double from €2 million to now €4 million, which together with Reggie Cannon ranks him the fourth most valuable US right-back on the planet

Most valuable players in the Bundesliga

50 Orel Mangala – Stuttgart – market value: €22M

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49 Christoph Baumgartner – Hoffenheim – market value: €22M

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48 Andrej Kramaric – Hoffenheim – market value: €23M (-€5M)

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47 Odilon Kossounou – Leverkusen – market value: €23M (+€10M)

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46 Amadou Haidara – Leipzig – market value: €24M

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45 Nico Elvedi – Mönchengladbach – market value: €25M (-€3M)

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44 Nordi Mukiele – Leipzig – market value: €25M

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43 Silas Katompa Mvumpa – Stuttgart – market value: €25M

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42 Ridle Baku – Wolfsburg – market value: €25M

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41 Dominik Szoboszlai – Leipzig – market value: €25M

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40 Ilaix Moriba – Leipzig – market value: €25M

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39 Emre Can – Dortmund – market value: €26M

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38 Konrad Laimer – Leipzig – market value: €25M

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38 Thorgan Hazard – Dortmund – market value: €27M

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37 Matthias Ginter – Mönchengladbach – new market value: €27M (-€3M)

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36 Lukas Klostermann – Leipzig – market value: €27M

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35 Denis Zakaria – Mönchengladbach – new market value: €27M (-€3M)

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34 Xaver Schlager – Wolfsburg – market value: €27M

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33 Patrick Schick – Leverkusen – market value: €28M

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32 Florian Neuhaus – Mönchengladbach – new market value: €28M (-€7M)

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31 Marcus Thuram – Mönchengladbach – new market value: €28M (-€7M)

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30 Evan N’Dicka – Frankfurt – market value: €28M

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29 Maxence Lacroix – Wolfsburg – market value: €28M

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28 Thomas Müller – Bayern – market value: €30M

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27 Wout Weghorst – Wolfsburg – market value: €30M

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26 Manuel Akanji – Dortmund – market value: €30M

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25 Donyell Malen – Dortmund – market value: €30M

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24 Marcel Sabitzer – Bayern – market value: €32M (-€10M)

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23 Niklas Süle – Bayern – market value: €35M

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22 Benjamin Pavard – Bayern – market value: €35M

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21 Angeliño – Leipzig – new market value: €35M

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20 Raphaël Guerreiro – Dortmund – market value: €40M

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19 André Silva – Leipzig – new market value: €40M (-€5M)

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18 Edmond Tapsoba – Leverkusen – market value: €40M

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17 Moussa Diaby – Leverkusen – new market value: €42M (+€4M)

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16 Giovanni Reyna – Dortmund – new market value: €42M (+€4M)

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15 Lucas Hernández – Bayern – market value: €45M

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14 Christopher Nkunku – Leipzig – new market value: €47M (+€4M)

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13 Jamal Musiala – Bayern – new market value: €50M (+€12M)

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12 Dani Olmo – Leipzig – market value: €50M

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11 Kingsley Coman – Bayern – new market value: €55M (-€10M)

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10 Robert Lewandowski – Bayern – market value: €60M

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9 Leroy Sané – Bayern – market value: €60M

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8 Dayot Upamecano – Bayern – market value: €60M

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7 Florian Wirtz – Leverkusen – new market value: €65M (+€20M)

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6 Leon Goretzka – Bayern – market value: €70M

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5 Serge Gnabry – Bayern – market value: €70M

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4 Alphonso Davies – Bayern – market value: €70M

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3 Jude Bellingham – Dortmund – new market value: €70M (+€20M)

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2 Joshua Kimmich – Bayern – market value: €90M

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1 Erling Haaland – Dortmund – new market value: €150M (+€20M)

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