Victor Moses emerges most valuable player in Turkish Super Lig with €14m price tag

Victor Moses emerges most valuable player in Turkish Super Lig with €14m price tag

- Victor Moses has claimed the top spot as the most valuable player in the Turkish Super Lig

- Besiktas midfielder Adem Ljajic is second with €13m while Galatasaray's Badou Ndiaye (€12m) is third

- Nigeria's Henry Onyekuru at Galatasaray finished joint sixth with a market value of €10m

Victor Moses has emerged as the most valuable player in the Turkish Super Lig with €14m price tag.

According to Transfermarkt.com, the former Nigerian international, who is currently on loan at Fenerbahce from Chelsea claimed the top spot after a recent update in the renowned sports website.

Victor Moses is now valued at €14m as No. 1, Besiktas attacking midfielder Adem Ljajic with €13m is second on the log, while Galatasaray's Badou Ndiaye (€12m) is third.

Victor Moses's most valuable player in Turkish Super Lig with €14m price tag

Victor Moses's most valuable player in Turkish Super Lig with €14m price tag
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A further breakdown revealed that Istanbul Basaksehir Edin Visca (€11m) and Trabzonspor's Yusuf Yazici (€11m) are joint fourth.

However, Super Eagles and Everton complete loanee Henry Onyekuru is joint sixth with a market value of €10.

Nigeria’s Eddy Onazi is ranked 39th on the log with a transfer value of €3m, along with Chidozie Awaziem (€3m) and Joel Obi (€2.75m) other Nigerians in the top fifty.

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Interestingly, Moses had his highest market value on May 28, 2018 when he had €20m price-tag.

Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Victor Moses late winner saw Fenerbahce claim the bragging rights with a 3-2 win over 10-man Rizespor in Saturday’s Turkish Super Lig cracker.

Moses late goal at Sukru Saracoglu Stadium, helped the Yellow Canaries complete a dramatic comeback after going down 0-1 at the start of the match, to end a three-game winless run in the Turkish topflight.

Super Eagles defender Chidozie Awaziem alongside former Flying Eagles and U-23 pair Azubuike Okechukwu and Aminu Umar were in action for Rizespor during the cracker.

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