Low turning transfer carousel: pandemic forces English clubs to spend carefully

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Carlo Ancelotti and James Rodríguez pose for a photo before the Everton press conference at on September 10 in Halewood, England.Picture: Tony McArdle/Everton FC via Getty Images
Carlo Ancelotti and James Rodríguez pose for a photo before the Everton press conference at on September 10 in Halewood, England.Picture: Tony McArdle/Everton FC via Getty Images

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Although income provided by fans buying tickets to watch the games is far from being the biggest revenue clubs receive (broadcasting rights are the biggest), the transfer carousel, which traditionally sees clubs spend huge money to improve their squads, is turning much slower this year than in previous years.

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