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Continuity and stability, not greed, will define transfer market


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When the window closed, some £1.4 billion (S$2.47 billion) had gone out of it. Last summer was the second most expensive ever in the transfer market for Premier League clubs.

It is entirely uncontroversial to say 2017’s record spending will not be challenged this year. The outlay may be half, a third or a quarter, but it won’t be remotely similar. Football will not be spending; not like before.

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June 10, 2020 5:00 AM

When the window closed, some £1.4 billion (S$2.47 billion) had gone out of it. Last summer was the second most expensive ever in the transfer market for Premier League clubs.

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