Inter wingback Denzel Dumfries’s value has skyrocketed this season, with the 26-year-old emerging as a target for Bayern Munich.
This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Dutchman’s value has as much as tripled since his summer move to the Nerazzurri from PSV.
Dumfries joined Inter last summer as the designated successor to Achraf Hakimi on the right, with the hope being that he could go some way to making up for the loss of the Moroccan’s formidable influence on the team.
The Dutchman has exceeded expectations, taking a couple months to settle in before nailing down a starting position and now performing at virtually the same levels as Hakimi had.
Hakimi had been sold to Paris Saint-Germain for well over €60 million last summer, and given that Dumfries has replaced him with five goals and four assists so far this season, the Nerazzurri will not value him far off from that.
The Dutchman was signed for €12.5 million plus €2.5 million in add-ons, and it is hard to see him being worth any less than three times that amount now.