Fernebahce of Turkey winger, Victor Moses has gained a massive leap in transfer market value, following his spirited performances since arriving in the Turkish Super Lig, megasportsarena.com reports.
Moses has enacted some tremendous displays and amazing burst of top form that has helped him get back into the spotlight, while also aiding Fernerbqahce’s escape from relegation waters, such that the ripple effects are now spreading to his economic status.
A market survey has now rated Moses, who is on loan from Chelsea of England, as the current most valuable player among the entire array of stars in the Turkish top-flight league.
Transfermarkt.com stated further that Moses is the most expensive Lig player, with a price tag of €14m, with a rating of €1m ahead of second in line Besiktas midfielder, Adem Ljajic.
Moses’ fellow-Nigeria, Henry Onyekuru, on loan from Everton of England to Galatasaray, is joint-sixth with €10m, out-of-favour Super Eagles vice-captain, Eddy Ogenyi Onazi, who plays for Trabzonspor, is 39th with just €3m, same with Chidozie Awaziem, while Rizespor’s Joel Chukwuma Obi also makes the top-50 bracket with €2.75m.
Moses’s highest market value was 20 million euros on May 28, 2018, but he has now shot ahead of many top-rated players in Turkey, among who are Galatasaray’s Badou Ndiaye (€12m), Basaksehir’s Edin Visca (€11m) and Trabzonspor’s Yusuf Yazici (€11m), who complete the top five.