Those football clubs used for brinkmanship, are going to back getting back to the longer summer transfer window.
The football world has heavily criticized the system used before. Its deadline was the end of August. It has been found quite chaotic. What’s more, wealthier football clubs were used to misusing it since they had up to 3 weeks to have the team stress-tested and add a couple of sportsmen if required.
That’s the reason why West Ham backs retaining the current Premier League transfer deadline date. West Ham actually expect Spanish, German, French as well as Italian leagues to join the initiative.
However, there’s no Brexit-style clash going to occur between the Continental powers and England who, certainly, will see the sense in ceasing transfers at the beginning of the football season due to the fact it’s both efficient and fair.
Meanwhile, Alexis Sanchez was told to be on $614,230 a week when the player moved from the Gunners to Manchester United.