In our latest review, we assess the most and least efficient player purchases of the 2021 Summer Transfer Window as well as the most and least efficient clubs and an efficiency table for each of Europe's top seven leagues.
The next man to find pastures new after coming through Monchi’s conveyor belt of talent looks to be Sevilla’s Jules Koundé. With interest from Real Madrid, Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham, where may the Frenchman move to?
Could Werner and Havertz's Premier League struggles have been expected? What has sparked the re-emergence of Inter and Milan as title challengers in Italy? We discuss this and more in our latest review here.
With another transfer window closed it is again time for our transfer window review. In this review, we will look at the major transfers from the 20/21 summer window by considering the most and least efficient player purchases across Europe’s top seven leagues. Before this, however, the transfer dealings of the most and least efficient clubs will be analysed. Finally, we will compare all the considered leagues in terms of transfer variance before presenting our league efficiency tables for the second season.
After Barcelona were humiliated in the Champions League once again, Lionel Messi has handed in a transfer request. With PSG and Manchester City interested, could he really leave Barcelona?
Following the Coronavirus outbreak, football clubs’ finances have taken a huge hit, demonstrated by clubs as large as Manchester United and Tottenham taking out loans in order to assist with running costs and the unfortunate news that Wigan Athletic has entered administration. For this reason, we have decided to produce a list of five players that appear to be undervalued in the current market as clubs aim to maximise the impact of any funds they are able to invest in the transfer market.
After the completion of the January transfer window, we look back and assess the business conducted by Club's over the season and the key dealings which took place.
When Gabriel Barbosa (Gabigol) burst onto the scene as a 16 year old at Santos, many of Europe’s largest clubs began tracking the young Brazillian. The forward eventually joined Inter in the Summer of 2016, which was regarded as somewhat of a coup for the capital Club. However, any initial excitement generated by this signing quickly turned to disappointment. After returning to Brazil, his form has rebounded, once again drawing attention for the player from Europe, with a host of clubs again beginning to circle for his signature.