UEFA president Ceferin is open for a shorter summer transfer
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin is not unkind towards the idea of the summer transfer in to limit. Especially from the Premier League are therefore asked.
“I do not think that it is good that a player still transitioning while already the competition has begun,” says Ceferin Wednesday.
Many prominent figures from English football like the transfer market closed before the Premier League starts. Now refused certain players, for example, in the first matches in action because they are still hoping for a transfer.
Furthermore, the proponents of an earlier deadline, the current regulations as competitievervalsing. An earlier stop in England, however, only partly as those in other countries is not followed.
For a joint appointment, the UEFA needed. “We follow the discussion in the foot,” said Ceferin. “Certainly, we are also open to change. Perhaps the transfer to be long.”
The largest foreign transfers
An overview of the largest foreign transfers. Neymar left Barcelona FC for no fewer than 222 million euros for Paris Saint-Germain.
Ousmane Dembélé: from Borussia Dortmund to FC Barcelona
Kylian Mbappé: from AS Monaco to Paris Saint-Germain
Romelu Lukaku: Everton to Manchester United
Alvaro Morata: Real Madrid to Chelsea
Benjamin Mendy: from AS Monaco to Manchester City
Alexandre Lacazette: from Olympique Lyon to Arsenal
Kyle Walker: Tottenham Hotspur to Manchester City
James Rodriguez: Real Madrid to Bayern Munich (on rental basis)
Bernardo Silva: AS Monaco to Manchester City
Leonardo Bonucci: Juventus to AC Milan
Mohamed Salah: from AS Roma to Liverpool
Corentin Tolisso: from Olympique Lyon to Bayern Munich
Tiemoué Bakayoko: from AS Monaco to Chelsea
Ederson: from Benfica to Manchester City
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Federico Bernardeschi: from Fiorentina to Juventus
Nemanja Matic: Chelsea to Manchester United
Davinson Sanchez: from Ajax to Tottenham Hotspur
Near Keita: RB Leipzig to Liverpool (summer 2018)
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As a result of the call from England for the summer transferdeadline to bring forward also showed Jacco Swart, the director of the Eredivisie CV, last month to hear.
“In the ideal scenario, the transfer market in the whole of Europe at the same time closed. And even before the competitions begin,” he said then.
“In september we come with the colleagues of the European leagues together. Let’s see if we can agree on a solution. I go there in any case my best to do.”
The clubs in the Premier League vote Thursday during a meeting about the proposal to make the summer deadline, which is now still on 31 of August, to bring forward. The expectation is that the plan will proceed.
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