Michael Olise market value has risen up after named in the Super Eagles standby list for the upcoming 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against the Republic of Benin and Lesotho.
The 19-year-old attacking midfielder was born in London to a French-Algerian mother and a Nigerian father, which makes him eligible to represent four countries including England.
Super Eagles manager Gernot Rohr recently revealed the 24 players for Nigeria final two Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against the Benin Republic and Lesotho with Olise in the standby list which saw Reading star gained four million euros and is now valued at 12 million euros according to Transfermarkt.
Olise has become the eleventh most expensive player in the Sky Bet Championship after risen from 800,000 euros around a year ago to 12 million euros due to regular playing time in the Reading first team.
The exciting youngster is the most expensive player at Reading, ranks 16th among all 2001-born players, and the 63rd most expensive attacking midfielder in the world.
Olise has scored five goals and registered nine assists in 33 games under Veljko Paunović this season.