It’s a pleasure to announce the new edition of the FootballTransfer Review 2020 – summer Edition. A report that provides relevant data and insightful and independent analysis on the variables that influence squad designs and player transfers. The report was unveiled in a preview version this Thursday 5th September in the Soccerex Europe event in Oeiras (Portugal) by Esteve Calzada (CEO Prime Time Sport) and its global version goes live this 6th September.
Main topics FTR 2020 summer edition:
La Liga and SerieA established a new investment record this summer after investing 1,3bio€ and 1,2bio€ respectively in player signings. After Premier sides investing 1,5bio€, LaLiga and SerieA represent 87% and 78% of English spending respectively.
Premier League’s growth is slowing down due to stagnation of TV income and sterling pound depreciation. The English tournament had only 3 teams in the European spending Top 10 and only signed 3 of the most expens...
One more edition of the Football Transfer Review and one more time the covering from national and international media was outstanding. In this edition the main headline was that La Liga broke its investment record in the 2018-2019 season, reaching 955m€.
You can download the clipping of the FTR 2019 Winter edition in this link.
Also, as the report was presented at the Johan Cruyff Institute of Barcelona, here is a little video of how the event went.
Esteve Calzada presented this 18th November the exclusive Football Transfer Review Americas Edition in the Soccerex USA event in Miami. The presentation was a total success and was followed by a debate with Richard Motzkin (Wasserman), Domingos Soares de Oliveira (Benfica), Paul McDonough (Inter Miami CF) and Daniel Cravo about the evolution of the Transfer Market in the Americas.
Esteve Calzada will present a special edition of the Football Transfer Review this November 15-16 in Miami at the Soccerex USA event. A presentation that will kick off an expert analysis of "The Evolution of the Transfer Market in the Americas", featuring figures from Benfica, Boca Juniors, and Wasserman.
This report will review the recent trends in transfer spend and player movement across the top 5 leagues in America (US, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico), looking at key areas of the transfer market. It will also include the progression of these leagues' investments and sales in the last two years, comparisons between the top five American and European leagues, a general comparison between the Americas and Europe, the most expensive American signings and the most expensive American sales to the US.
Once again the Football Transfer Review by Prime Time Sport was very successful in terms of covering by the media. All the sports journals in Spain and some international ones mentioned the report and spoke about La Liga's record investment, Premier League's net investment record and also Real Madrid and FC Barcelona's improved numbers in players sold.
You can download all the articles here: https://tinyurl.com/ybbceky6