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英超转会推动全球转会费记录新高  

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   根据国际足联提供的转会费统计数据显示,2014年全球俱乐部球员转会消费支出高达41亿美元(约27亿英镑)。相比2013年度同期的40亿美元增长2.1%。英国依旧是传统的转会消费大国高达12亿美元(近8亿英镑),近全球消费的1/4。西班牙虽然是饱受经济不景气的影响依旧以7亿美元的转会消费支出稳居第二转会消费国。

同时,根据国际足联转会数据中心的数据显示,2014年度国际足联记录的球员转会记录为13090人,其中欧洲球员转会累计消费为2014年度转会消费贡献87%的市场份额,由于2014年巴西世界杯的举办,巴西成为球员转会最活跃的国家,涉及到国际足联记录的转会球员多达1335人。英国、葡超牙、西班牙依次成为球员活跃国后四位。而西班牙亦是成为球员转会净支出最大消费国约6.67亿美元。印度以球员平均年龄最大,以高达平均年龄28岁10个月荣膺养老联赛。在足球转会消费前10名中,中国以球员转会支出超过1亿美元而位列前10以内。

 

英超的转会高消费亦是和英超转播版权的高收入有关系,据数据显示英超版权自2016/17赛季到2018/19赛季的三个赛季转播包的预计能为英超带来30.2亿英镑的收益,英超能赚钱所以球员转会亦是很任性。

 

 

Premier League clubs drive record global transfer fees。

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Angel Di Maria signed for Man United from Real Madrid for ?59.7m last year。(迪玛利亚从皇马转会到曼联转会费是5970万英镑。

 

 

Football clubs around the world spent a record $4.1bn (?2.7bn) on international player transfers during 2014, according to global governing body Fifa.

It is the first time spending has risen above $4bn and a 2.1% increase on 2013.

England was the world's biggest spender, with its clubs paying $1.2bn (?795m) during the year.

That was more than a quarter of the total spending worldwide, and also 67% higher than the second biggest spender, Spain, which spent $700m.

Increasingly lucrative TV deals have given top-flight English clubs the financial muscle to bring in global stars. Bidding has opened for the next tranche of Premier League live domestic television rights for the seasons from 2016-17 to 2018-19, and that is expected to bring in more than the ?3.02bn achieved previously.

"From a spending perspective the English market is dominating," said Mark Goddard, from Fifa's transfer unit.

English clubs also accounted for more than one-third of the $236m paid to agents during the year, handing over $87m to what Fifa calls "intermediaries".

The new global figures refer to international transfers and do not cover "domestic" transfers between two clubs in the same country.

Delays reduced
 
The data was revealed by Fifa's International Transfer Matching System (ITMS) organisation, which uses modern electronic technology with the aim of making international football transfers more transparent and legally compliant.

Mr Goddard said the system also helped Fifa to gauge the size of the global football transfer industry, and how best to manage it.

He also said the creation of an electronic system over the past seven years, switching from an old-style paper and telephone-based system, to a 21st century digital, online platform, had been welcomed by football clubs and associations.

Doria playing for Brazil Brazilian player Doria moved from Botafogo to Olympique Marseille
Other findings included:

In total, there were 13,090 international transfers worldwide in 2014
European countries accounted for 87% of worldwide spending, with international transfers between different European nations representing three-quarters of all spending
Brazil was again the most active nation, with 1,335 transfers, both incoming and outgoing
England was the second most active nation, with Portugal third
Spain was the biggest receiver of transfer money in 2014, some $667m
India hired the oldest players, at 28 years and 10 months
China entered the top 10 biggest spenders worldwide in 2014, forking out more than $100m
In order for an international transfer to be validated, the two clubs involved must enter the relevant information on the deal into the ITMS system.

Fifa ITMS says that the financial benefits it has identified, in terms of increased processing speed and associated cost savings, are estimated at $7.2m-$8m a year.

"The secondary benefits relate to the reduction in transfer delays," it said.

A youngster players football in Soweto, Johannesburg The system is also designed to prevent the exploitation of minors
It means clubs will no longer have to pay players' salaries while being unable to play them due to a backlog of transfer paperwork waiting to be processed.

The transfer body said its electronic system also provided protection against the use of fake documents.

In addition, it is designed to help safeguard the protection of minors - players who are not yet 18.

As in 2013, the busiest months of 2014 were January, July and August, when the European transfer window periods were open.

The big five European leagues - England, Germany, France, Italy and Spain - have transfer windows during these months, as does Scotland.

The current winter transfer window closes on 2 February.

 

 

 

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