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Chinese Super League Clubs Spent More Per Player Than European Elite

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 02 / 05 / 16

Data revealed that China "spent more money per player than any other country during last month’s transfer window," according to Matt Hughes of the LONDON TIMES. With 30 transfers yet to be processed by FIFA’s Transfer Matching System, Chinese clubs "have moved up to third in the table of...

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