The level of the Brazilian is not returning to be the one that dazzled in Liverpool, his price is falling and he is already at 70 million euros, less than half of the 145 that the Catalans paid to the whole of Merseyside. The probability that in June Barça will see a player with a plummeting value and that he will have to go to a sale to recover what he can seems high. Real Madrid affectedReal Madrid is having a difficult season (second in the League, complicated eighth of the Champions League, eliminated in the Cup) in which some players are changing their status or are not playing the role that was expected. Thus, in addition to Hazard, three more enter this top-10: Vinicius, Gareth Bale and Luka Jovic.The Brazilian is struggling to earn minutes with Zinedine Zidane although in this final stretch he participated in two of the most important games of the season: against Barcelona and against Manchester City. The Brazilian came to be valued at 70 million and has dropped to 50. Before football slowed down due to the coronavirus, several of the players’ campaigns were proving difficult: Eden Hazard and Ousmane Dembélé missed many games due to injury also Marco Asensio, who continues with his recovery. Others were not finding their best level or counting for their current coach such as Vinicus, Gareth Bale, Jovic, Kepa …His performance influences the green and also in its market value, where several figures have seen how its price has fallen in recent months.Eden Hazard has been the one that has lost the most in terms of quantity: 50 million euros. The Belgian arrived in August in exchange for 100 million and was valued at 150 but, after several injuries that have prevented him from showing his best level continuously, his value has fallen to 33.3%, returning to the price I bought the real Madrid. An operation that goes from advantageous (buy below the market price) to the fair price. The second was Ousmane Dembélé, with a drop from 100 million euros to 70. The Frenchman has been damaged by various injuries to his thigh and a level of play that did not come close to what was expected in just 492 minutes in nine games. Gallic, who gave up the Euro Cup, will do well with this postponement to try to earn his place on Deschamps’ list of 23 for the summer of 2021.The one who closes this podium, Neymar, has only lost 11%, an expected fall due to his 28 years and a new year in France in which he has been affected by injuries, although this time he did play and win in the knockout stages of the Champions League.The Coutinho CaseCoutinho appears as one of the victims on that list and the worst, the Brazilian is going to stay in limbo. Loaned by Barcelona at Bayern, it is not clear to the Bavarians that he is a player worth exercising the purchase option. China deals, injuries, controversies and ostracism. Gareth Bale has lost 33.3% in value so far this season in which he knows he does not count for Zidane, who continues to have problems with injuries and whose performance on the field has also not been expected for a player of his level. The Welshman falls to 40 million, far from the more than 100 he cost in 2013.Luka Jovic is also on the sale list. The Serbian gunship that the Whites signed from Eintracht Frankfurt is not able to find the same network in Madrid. A difficult first year of adaptation and with only two goals they make him lose 20 million euros out of the 60, a price that Real Madrid set with his purchase. Now, Naples asks about his situation for the coming season. Miranda and Mandzukic, two crashesThe marches to Chinese football and the Qatari of two former Atlético de Madrid, Joao Miranda and Mario Mandzukic, have caused their market value to collapse more than 70%.Joao Miranda left Inter to sign for Jiangsu Suning with the letter of freedom and its value fell from 3.50 million this July to the current € 750,000, 78.6%. The Croatian also ended a contract with Juventus and decided to leave European football for the first time in his career to test in Qatar. Its value falls to 5 million when it was at 18, that is, 72.2% less.
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By Afi Odelia ScruggsCLEVELAND, Ohio – Voters in the U.S. state of Ohio felt like kingmakers Tuesday as the toss-up race for the White House looked set to be decided in their battleground state.Months of frenzied phone calls, television ads and campaign speeches gave way at last to one heady reality: Voters here know it is hard for President Barack Obama or rival Republican Mitt Romney to win without their support.For Romney in particular, there are few paths to victory that don’t pass through this Midwestern Rust Belt state.Keenly aware of this, the Republican flew to Cleveland on Tuesday to rally volunteers for a final get-out-the-vote push at a campaign office.Vice President Joe Biden made an appearance at a Greek diner in Cleveland, going booth by booth chatting up patrons, while Obama awaited the election results at home in Chicago.One Ohio resident, Dave Rossi, said he dodged the flood of calls from pollsters and political groups that have bedeviled most Ohio voters because he uses an unlisted cellphone instead of a land line.But the Republican still got the message: His vote mattered. That’s the lesson he wanted his children to learn when he brought them to his polling place in the affluent Cleveland suburb of Highland Heights.“I felt it inside that I needed to vote, more than I ever did,” he said, after casting his ballot for Romney.Sobhy Khalil, who also voted for Romney in Highland Heights, said he’s glad the race is finally over.“It was just tremendously irritating with the phone calls,” he told AFP.Khalil voted in mid-morning, when the pre-work rush had cleared out.His polling place was busy but, unlike the mess of 2004 when voters had to wait hours to cast their ballots and many simply walked away, the lines moved quickly.The 2004 debacle – which saw President George W. Bush win a second term after less than 119,000 votes in Ohio gave him a narrow electoral college advantage – led the Buckeye State to adopt flexible early voting rules.Nearly 1.8 million people in Ohio voted early, which explains why there were so few lines observed Tuesday morning at several stations visited by AFP. But plenty of other people chose to participate in the Election Day ritual.“It might sound kind of old-fashioned, but I like voting on Election Day. I like going early. I want to make sure my vote gets there,” Reggie Young said as he walked into a polling station in the University Heights neighborhood.“Whoever wins Ohio gets into the White House, so it’s very important for me to make this vote.”Young, who voted for Obama, said he and his friends discussed abortion and gay rights, but the economy was the main issue for them.“This area was hit for a while. It looks like the jobs are coming back, but basically, it’s the economy,” Young told AFP.Ohio’s economy has been improving at a faster pace than the rest of the country, with its unemployment rate down to 7.0 percent in September compared with 7.8 percent nationally.That’s good news for Obama, who also benefits from his successful bailout of General Motors and Chrysler, given that one in eight Ohio jobs depends on the auto industry.Print operator Tyrone Chisholm, 36, believes Obama has a lot more to offer the nation than just a firm hand on the economy.“I understand him as a man, as a husband, as a father,” he said. “It’s not just one thing that he says. He really means a lot to this world.”At a polling place a few blocks away, Xamira Burgess said women’s health issues galvanized her support for Obama.“I feel like we have a right to say what we do with our own bodies, and no one has a right to say what we can and cannot do,” she said.Romney says he opposes abortion except in cases of rape, incest or a danger to the mother’s health.Ariel Travis, 18, was still trying to make up his mind as he walked into the polling station on Tuesday afternoon. He said he was leaning toward Obama because he prefers his stance on environmental issues.“It was no easy choice for me,” Travis told AFP.“I really don’t want to support either major party candidate because I think money has corrupted the political system. The reason I’m going to vote for Barack Obama is because Mitt Romney’s plan for the environment is horrible.” Facebook Comments No related posts.