The international football transfer window just closed two days ago. As the first transfer window in the era of the new crown of humanity, the total turnover of this transfer window has dropped significantly compared with the past. According to the statistics of the FIFA transfer system, it is registered The total number of cross-border transfers fell 30%, from nearly 6 billion US dollars last year to 3.9 billion US dollars-and this is based on the premise of a long international transfer window. Due to the epidemic, this year’s summer transfer window lasted from June 1 to October 5.
The international football transfer market was knocked back 4 years by the biggest public health event in 100 years. The last time the total international transfer window turnover was less than US$5 billion was in 2016. In addition to the total number of transactions, the total volume of the international transfer market has also shrunk significantly. The total volume of paid transfers decreased by 25%, and more teams opted for visa-free due to financial constraints. Even if included in free transfers, the number of contracts signed for global international transfers in this transfer window is only 7,224, which is relative to the previous transfer. The number of windows has been reduced by 18%. Agnelli, president of the European Club Association, said last month that the revenue of Europe's top clubs will decrease by 3.6 billion euros in the next two years. According to the Barcelona financial report released last week, in the 2019-20 season, Barcelona's revenue was 855 million euros, a 14% drop from last year. According to estimates, the epidemic has reduced Barcelona's revenue by 203 million euros. Considering that nearly two-thirds of the 2019-20 season is under normal circumstances, the revenue column of major clubs at the beginning of the season may be even more ugly.
Of course, there are buyers who have bucked the trend: large cross-border transfers included Chelsea's £72 million purchase of German super potential stock Haverts, and Bayern's £40.5 million to bring Sane back to Germany from Manchester City. Of course, if Messi successfully transfers to Manchester City, there will be hundreds of millions of euros in the transfer window this year.
England is still the strongest in cash, spending $1.25 billion to recruit talent from overseas leagues-although English football is currently facing a bunch of problems: last season 20 Premier League teams lost a total of 700 million pounds, broadcast costs have shrunk, and the British government Wrangling requires fans to return quickly in order to save box office revenue as much as possible. Many low-level teams are facing severe pressure to survive, and the next Burley or Macclesfield appears every minute.
Among other countries, Italy’s international transfer costs are less than half that of England. Spain is the country with the largest inflow of international transfer funds, with a total of 672 million U.S. dollars in income from export players of clubs at all levels.
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