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ManU Reportedly Among Clubs Opposed To Closing Transfer Window Early

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 18 / 17

ManU is among "a number of Premier League clubs" that have reservations about "closing the transfer window before the start of the season," according to Jason Burt of the London TELEGRAPH. Plans are reportedly "well advanced" and already at "approval level" in a "huge development" for English footba...

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