“Transfer market doping” La Liga president, aiming for ‘1.2279 trillion spending’ EPL

La Liga president Javier Tebas strongly criticized the move in the transfer market of the English Premier League (EPL) with high-level remarks.

The January transfer window is over. 메이저사이트 EPL clubs, including Chelsea, actively supplied the players they needed, and in the process broke the highest spending. According to the British accounting firm ‘Deloitte’, EPL teams poured an astronomical amount of 815 million pounds (about 1.2386 trillion won) into the market this winter alone. It is the highest amount in history.

far surpassed the previous record. The previous record for the highest EPL transfer fee in January was 430 million pounds (approximately 653.5 billion won) in 2018. This is only about half of the total expenditure this time.

It is definitely Chelsea who has led this overheated market. Chelsea showed off the dignity of being number one in the total transfer fee in the winter as well as in the summer. They invested 288 million pounds (approximately 437.7 billion won) in signing Enzo Fernandez (161 million pounds, about 161.1 billion won), the number one EPL transfer fee, as well as Mihailo Mudrik and Benoit Badiacil. This is an amazing figure, accounting for 35.3% of EPL’s total spending.

Chelsea alone can beat the top 5 European leagues, excluding the EPL. The total transfer fee expenditure for the remaining four leagues is 225 million pounds (approximately 341.9 billion won). It is almost 100 billion won less than Chelsea.

It can be inconvenient for the La Liga president. The 20 teams in La Liga have spent just £25m this winter. It falls short of the five major leagues in Europe as well as the US Major League Soccer and the Argentine League, and is almost on the same level as the Championship, the second division of England.

Chairman Tebas has criticized England’s currently inflated transfer market. According to The Athletic, he said: “The English transfer market is doped. You can clearly see it this winter, when Chelsea have closed half of their EPL deal. We raised funds,” he said bitterly about the EPL ecosystem.

“This doesn’t happen in the Spanish league, nor does the German league. Economic sustainability needs to be controlled. Transfer market doping in Europe in recent years is quite risky, as it could jeopardize the sustainability of European football. is,” he added.

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