February 10 – One of the world’s largest clubs, Reed Striker, is a city that earns the honor of maintaining free school meals and fighting campaigns to combat child hunger, with the club itself leading the world. Entered the transfer market with.
Manchester City and Manchester United have posted a net loss of € 1.2 billion in transfer costs over the last 10 transfer periods, according to an analysis by the CIES Football Observatory.
Manchester is at the top of the rankings of the Big Five League clubs in Europe, with a net transfer cost of € -631 million. Second in the ranking is Manchester United, a city rival that is negative for € -586 million.
“No team in the English Premier League has a positive transfer balance during the considered period. Southampton (-50 million euros), West Bromwich Albion (-73 million euros) and Newcastle United (-77 million euros). The most negative net spending was recorded, surpassing the euro), “said the author of the report.
The third negative transfer balance since the summer of 2015 was recorded at FC Barcelona at -471 million euros. Transfer spending is a major cause of the club’s spiral debt problem, which even speculates that players are on the verge of bankruptcy as wages are being cut.
The CIES report focuses on two other teams with recurring operating deficits, Intel and AC Milan AC. These teams are also one of the top 10 major league clubs with the lowest net transfer spending. Intel is -386 million euros and AC is 211 million euros. Milan.
In contrast, the most positive balances in Italy, Germany and Spain were recorded at Atalanta BC (+133 million euros), Hoffenheim (87 million euros) and Valencia (67 million euros).
Two French Ligue 1 clubs are on the other side of the table: LOSC Lille (+191 million euros) and Olympique Lyonnais (151 million euros).
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Big Money Manchester Club Accumulates Net Transfer Loss of € 1.2 Billion
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