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Posté le: Ven 18 Mai - 04:18 (2018) Sujet du message: Let the games begin: Premier League transfer window is now o
Four days sbo333 after the 2017/18 season came to a close, the Premier League transfer window has opened with all eyes already on next season.Last summer, the amount spent smashed all records, reaching 1,590 million euros, a 23 percent increase on 2016, according to Deloitte.Until June 9, transfers can only be completed between British clubs, but the decision was taken as the transfer window will close before the season starts for the first time, closing on August 9, two days before the first fixtures of 2018/19.In a vote, 14 teams voted in favour of the change, whilst five (Manchester United, Manchester City, Watford, Swansea and Crystal Palace) voted against and Burnley abstained. The idea is to avoid the situation in which selling clubs are left without time to react if players force a move after the season has already begun. In another change, the transfer window will shut in the early evening rather than late at night, as has been the case previously.Television money and player sales will continue to fund big spending from England as spending has gone from 626 million euros to 1.59 billion euros in just six years, compared to figures of 567m euros and 814m euros in Bundesliga and Serie A respectively.In the winter market, the Premier League led the way again, spending 476m euros, 204m euros more than in 2016/17 and 372m euros more than in 2012/13.
The total spending of Premier League clubs last season sbo333 hit a monumental 2.049 billion euros, 25 percent more than the past two transfer windows.Last year, deadline day was more active than ever with 228m euros of business done including Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (Arsenal to Liverpool for 38m euros), Danny Drinkwater (Leicester to Chelsea for 25m euros), Serge Aurier (PSG to Tottenham for 25m euros), Davide Zappacosta (Torino to Chelsea for 25m euros) and Renato Sanches (Bayern Munich to Swansea for a loan which cost 8m euros).In the winter window this was replicated too with a further 127m euros spent on the final day of that window too.Manchester City (249m euros), Chelsea (203m euros), Manchester United (164m euros) and Everton (158m euros) invested the most, whilst some of the best signings like Mohamed Salah and Davinson Sanchez were made by the more austere spenders like Liverpool (89m euros), Tottenham (93m euros) and Arsenal (53m euros). Even relegated sides spent big as the likes of Jay Rodriguez, Kieran Gibbs, Kevin Wimmer, Bruno Martins Indi, Wilfried Bony and Renato Sanches joined relegated trio Swansea (50m euros spent), West Bromwich Albion (45m euros) and Stoke (34.9m euros). sbo333