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Record EPL Transfer Spending Will Increase When New TV Deal Kicks In, Experts Predict

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 03 / 15

Foreign clubs are the "main beneficiaries of the Premier League's transfer dealings and will continue to be so with forthcoming increases in broadcast revenue," financial analysts predicted as the summer window "finally closed" this week, according to Steve Tongue of REUTERS. Although many fees...

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