The international football Federation (FIFA) has published an annual report on the transfer activity of clubs on the end of 2019, according to which worldwide during the reporting period for the purchase of 15 463 players were spent, a record amount of 7.35 billion dollars. This is 5.8% more than in 2018.
European clubs have spent on transfers $ 5.6 billion (76.2% of the total). Five billion of this amount occurred in five countries: England (1518,7 million), Spain (1286,6), Italy (873), Germany (686,2) and France (684,2). Russia (285,6) ranked sixth on this indicator.
The figure for Russia was one of the worst in the world – domestic clubs have spent on transfers 285,6 million and earned a Total of 100.4 million negative balance amounted to 185.1 million
FIFA reports show further upward trend in both men’s and women’s transfer markets in 2019
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Worldwide, only four countries, the balance was worse than in Russia – this is England (- amounted 549.9 million), Spain (- 373,8 million), Italy (- 346,2 million) and China (- 289.7 million). The positive balance of Portugal (384 million), Brazil (299 million), the Netherlands (273,6 million), France (251,1 million) and Argentina (of 144.7 million).
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