Ronaldo successor’s ransom price soars by £100m, Leeds step down and Liverpool-Milan appear

 Betting competition for Qatar World Cup star Gonzalo Hamus (22, Benfica) is fierce.

Hamus contributed to a hat-trick in a 6-1 win against Switzerland in the round of 16 of the World Cup. Hamus’ name was perfectly known in that it was a mass scoring victory that was difficult to see in the World Cup.

After the World Cup, Manchester United showed interest, but as they turned their attention to other strikers, Hamus was treated as a so-called ‘one-hit wonder’.

However, many coveted clubs have been created as his strength is that he has enough potential to grow at a young age. In particular, Leeds United and Nottingham Forest, two clubs in the lower ranks of the English Premier League, were eyeing it.

Surprisingly, Hamus’ ransom is estimated at 100 million pounds (approximately 163.9 billion won). I don’t know about Leeds, but it is possible for Nottingham, who spent money on recruiting players before this season. What they have in common is that they have to succeed in staying in the Premier League to be able to reinforce players a little more aggressively.

Major media outlets such as the British comprehensive newspaper ‘Express’ said on the 3rd (Korean time) that Leeds is watching Nicolo Zaniolo and Federico Chiesa. Of course, teams aiming for offensive reinforcement are also waiting for Hamus. Liverpool, AC Milan, and Juventus are also closely observing Hamus, so they have to be careful.

Hamus’ momentum this season is great. He is roaring with 17 goals and 2 assists in 22 league games and 7 goals and 3 assists in 12 European Football Federation Champions League games. The Portuguese national team got an opportunity as a substitute in the 2024 European Football Championship (Euro 2024) qualifier against Liechtenstein and Luxembourg in March, which was the first time since the World Cup.

Benfica is a bit relaxed.온라인카지노 Darwin Nunez (Liverpool, £85 million) and Enzo Fernandez (Chelsea, £17 million) earned £192 million (approximately KRW 314.7 billion). From the point of view of Benfica, which enjoys maximizing profits by reselling after developing players, it is all the more interesting in that it is obvious that the more Hamus scores, the higher the ransom price will skyrocket.

Hui Aguas (current coach of Zamalek in Egypt), who played 173 games for Benfica during his career, said, “(Hamus) has clear potential. He has good physical condition, technical skills, and good aerial competition. He has the ability to fill a wide space.” He cited Cristiano Ronaldo as a potential substitute in the future.

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