Also Koeman supports plans to transferdeadline in England to bring forward
Ronald Koeman is supportive of the plans to the transferdeadline in the Premier League now for the start of the season. The manager of Everton is simply fairer for everyone.
“Now we start the competition while the transfer market is still open. This can be a team during the season already weakened. Therefore, I find it a good idea to have the deadline earlier,” said Koeman Wednesday at a press conference against the British media.
Tuesday, it was announced that fourteen of the twenty Premier League clubs are in favour of early closure of the transfer market. The current transferdeadline state on 31 August, while the Premier League season last weekend has already started.
Koeman is, like many of his colleagues, that the bringing forward of the transferdeadline especially the honesty in football promotes. “Fair Play is very important in football. Therefore, I will such plans always support.”
Historical transferbedragen in football
Everton and Koeman took advantage this week of the late transferdeadline. The ‘Toffees’ were Tuesday the arrival known of Gylfi Sigurdsson, with a transfer fee of reportedly € 50 million the most expensive purchase in the history of Everton.
Koeman gave this summer for nearly a hundred million euros on, among others, Davy Klaassen, Michael Keane and Jordan Pickford, but the Dutchman is far from finished in the transfer market. “It is still not done and everyone knows why. We want to make the selection even stronger.”
Everton is Thursday night action in the play-offs of the Europa League. The team of Koeman plays against Hajduk Split, and starts with a home fixture (kick-off 21.05 hours). A week later, the return on his program.
Clubs in the Premier League want to transferdeadline for the start of the season