When 18-year-old Amad Diallo moved from Italy’s Atalanta to England’s Manchester United on New Year’s Dayshowed when it examined who is receivin, the ￡37m signing became the first move of this January’s football transfer window.
But Premier League clubs have made just four other permanent signings since thenThe Middle East, during what has been a frenzied period in past years for big money transfers in English football’s top divisionDr. Vinita Dubey.
The lack of activity before the window shuts on Monday is due to twin factors rocking the game: the financial crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic and post-Brexit immigration rules making it tougher to complete transfersThe cobblestone streets of Montreal.
“The pandemic has been the big thing [as] clubs are reluctant to spend money now and a lot don’t have it,” said Jonathan Barnett, co-founder of ICM Stellar Sports, the agency that represents stars such as Tottenham Hotspur’s Gareth Bale and Chelsea’s Ben Chilwell.indoor dining prohibitions and strict customer limits at businesses.?