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FIFA publishes International Transfer Snapshot (January 2022)

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  Club spending on transfer fees last month was almost back to January 2020 levels ZURICH Switzerland February 8 2022 APO Group 3 791 international transfers completed in men s and women s football Transfer activity in men s soccer is almost back to pre pandemic levels Transfers in women s football reach an all time high and increase by more than 40 compared to 2021 FIFA has released its International Transfer Snapshot January 2022 an analysis of player transfer activity during the recent reporting period According to the report a total of 3 791 international transfers were completed during the January window confirming that football is recovering from the repercussions of the COVID 19 pandemic In fact spending by clubs on transfer fees last month was almost back to January 2020 levels The number of transfers in men s football increased by 28 0 compared to last year increasing the total value of agreed transfers by 74 7 English clubs topped the international transfer spending table with a disbursement of USD 349 5 million followed by Italy with USD 113 6 million In women s football there was a spectacular increase of 42 8 in the number of transfers during the registration period of January this year compared to January 2021 The total stood at 257 transfers a new all time record that exceeds pre pandemic levels of January 2020 by nearly 40 Key findings include During the January registration period 3 534 international transfers of male professional players were made 28 0 more than last year International transfer fees totaled 1 03 billion in the men s professional game almost back to levels seen before the start of the pandemic In January 257 international transfers of professional players were completed an increase of 42 8 compared to the same period in 2021 This is the third year in a row that FIFA has published such a snapshot shortly after the end of the international transfer window providing an overview of global transfers involving male and female players FIFA will publish the next snapshot in early September after the conclusion of the mid year registration period To download the full snapshot click HERE or visit https fifa fans 3rCi3Ay
FIFA publishes International Transfer Snapshot (January 2022)

Club spending on transfer fees last month was almost back to January 2020 levels

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ZURICH, Switzerland, February 8, 2022/APO Group/ —

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3,791 international transfers completed in men’s and women’s football; Transfer activity in men’s soccer is almost back to pre-pandemic levels; Transfers in women’s football reach an all-time high and increase by more than 40% compared to 2021

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International Transfer Snapshot

FIFA has released its International Transfer Snapshot (January 2022), an analysis of player transfer activity during the recent reporting period.

According to the report, a total of 3,791 international transfers were completed during the January window, confirming that football is recovering from the repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic. In fact, spending by clubs on transfer fees last month was almost back to January 2020 levels.

The number of transfers in men’s football increased by 28.0% compared to last year, increasing the total value of agreed transfers by 74.7%. English clubs topped the international transfer spending table with a disbursement of USD 349.5 million, followed by Italy with USD 113.6 million.

In women’s football, there was a spectacular increase of 42.8% in the number of transfers during the registration period of January this year compared to January 2021. The total stood at 257 transfers, a new all-time record that exceeds pre-pandemic levels of January 2020. by nearly 40%.

Key findings include:

During the January registration period, 3,534 international transfers of male professional players were made, 28.0% more than last year. International transfer fees totaled $1.03 billion in the men’s professional game, almost back to levels seen before the start of the pandemic. In January, 257 international transfers of professional players were completed, an increase of 42.8% compared to the same period in 2021.

This is the third year in a row that FIFA has published such a snapshot shortly after the end of the international transfer window, providing an overview of global transfers involving male and female players.

FIFA will publish the next snapshot in early September, after the conclusion of the mid-year registration period.

To download the full snapshot, click HERE or visit https://fifa.fans/3rCi3Ay.

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