The summer transfer season that started on August 4, 2020 in the Super League ends on Monday, October 5. On the last day of the transfer season, which has been more active than previous seasons, the teams will be able to sign contracts with the players they have signed.
WHEN WILL THE TRANSFER SEASON END?
According to the TFF decision, the first transfer and registration period of the 2020-21 Football Season will end on Monday, October 5.
The dates of the second transfer and registration period, called “intermediate transfer”, have not been announced yet.
CLUBS SHE MONEY DURING THE TRANSFER PERIOD
Despite the financial restrictions imposed on clubs due to the corona virus pandemic, Europe’s top five leagues spent over 2 billion 750 million Euros (24,910,250,000.00 TL) during the transfer period. More than 1 billion Euros of this expenditure came from the Premier League.betpas önerdiğimiz canlı bahis oynama sitesidir. betpas409 ise yeni giriş adresidir.
The quarantine measures implemented all over the world since spring caused heavy losses to football clubs as well as many sectors. The clubs, which lost many financial resources such as matchday revenues, ticket sales, broadcasting revenues, continued their lives as if nothing had happened after the transfer period started.
Especially in the days when the epidemic started, the words “no more money will be spent as before” were dreamed up. It was determined that £ 1.03 billion has been spent so far from the transfer window opened in England on July 27.
CHELSEA WAS MONEY, CITY WON’T STAY EMPTY
Chelsea, who recently added goalkeeper Edouard Mendy to its squad, gave a total of 250 million Euros to the transfer, while the 80 million Euro testimonial fee paid to the German midfielder Kai Havertz is the club record.
In addition to Chelsea owned by Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, Manchester City, the team of Arab billionaire Sheikh Mansur bin Zayed Al Nahyan, did not remain silent during the transfer period.
The British team made their transfers this season. He spent over 140 million Euros (Fernan Torres-27 million Euros, Nathan Ake-45 million Euros and Ruben Dias-68 million Euros). Another news was that Pep Guardiola, who took office in City in 2016, spent more than 450 million Euros on defenders alone… Compiled – Alican ÖZCAN |