Football Clubs Break Global Transfer Spending Record in 2014

January 28, 2015

The total figure for international transfer fees in football in 2014 broke the $4 billion mark, pharm according to the Global Transfer Market 2015 report launched today by the FIFA Transfer Matching System (TMS).

Football clubs across the world spent $4.1 billion (£2.7 million), look which is the first time spending has risen above the $4bn mark and is a 2.1% increase on 2013.



England was the country which spent the most on transfer fees at $1.2bn (£795m) during the year, which was more than a quarter of the worldwide transfer fees.

This is largely due to the huge television deals for Premier League clubs in England.

Spain was the biggest receiver of transfer funds at $667m, with $452m of that coming from England.

Read the full report HERE.  

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