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Lampard Is Already At Stamford Bridge Ahead Of His New Role As Chelsea Manager
Frank Lampard has recently arrived at Stamford Bridge and is preparing to officially be the Chelsea manager. The announcement, in fact, will be announced in the next few hours. And so, before Friday, the date on which the Blues gathering is scheduled. The former legend (from Chelsea, a team he played with from 2001 to 2014) will collect the legacy of Maurizio Sarri, who left London for Turin. The official decision comes at the end of a long negotiation with Derby County to bring to the base a piece of Blues historical legend with 648 presences, 211 goals - an absolute record holder of the club -, 11 trophies and 13 seasons. Meanwhile, There's Real Boom in The Market: Here's Why There is A Lot Of Spending. This is the Real Madrid market. And of Bayern Munich. But why can they spend so much? The turnover is not enough to explain it, other financial and non-economic parameters come into play, useful for picturing the health of a club and its spending capacity. So far Florentino Perez has spared no investments to satisfy Zidane's desire for revenge: 100 million Hazard, Jovic 60, Eder Militão 50, Mendy 48, Rodrigo 45, offset only minimally by the releases of Kovacic (45) and Llorente (30). And it's not over here. The Real can afford it not only because it has become a global money machine, with a turnover of 750 million (the highest ever) waiting for the new Bernabeu and the milestone of a billion revenue. In recent years the blancos have avoided crazy expenses by strengthening the accounts: To make a comparison, on June 30, 2018 the rivals of Madrid, Barcelona, had liquid assets of 40 million and net debts of over 150 million, in heavy deterioration. It is no coincidence that the Blaugrana are trying to finance the market with the transfers: from the school case of Neymar, whose termination clause covered the purchases of Coutinho and Dembélé, to the dynamics of this summer, with the De Jong crash ( 75 million) but a negative purchase-transfer balance of just 15 million, awaiting further sacrifices for Griezmann. And then there's Bayern. In the spring, President Hoeness announced the largest investment campaign in the history of the German club. The 80 million spent on Lucas Hernandez have already made the intentions clear. The Bayern group, which in 2017-18 ended the year with a profit for the 26th year in a row distributing 12 million dividends to shareholders, had liquidity of 221 million at June 30, 2018 and zero debts with the banks. The motto of the administrators is always the same: you can only spend as much as the cash available. This summer, it's time to spend. And a lot. Blessed are the Bavarians who can do it.
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Lampard Is Already At Stamford Bridge Ahead Of His New Role As Chelsea Manager
Frank Lampard has recently arrived at Stamford Bridge and is preparing to officially be the Chelsea manager. The announcement, in fact, will be announced in the next few hours. And so, before Friday, the date on which the Blues gathering is scheduled. The former legend (from Chelsea, a team he played with from 2001 to 2014) will collect the legacy of Maurizio Sarri, who left London for Turin. The official decision comes at the end of a long negotiation with Derby County to bring to the base a piece of Blues historical legend with 648 presences, 211 goals - an absolute record holder of the club -, 11 trophies and 13 seasons. Meanwhile, There's Real Boom in The Market: Here's Why There is A Lot Of Spending. This is the Real Madrid market. And of Bayern Munich. But why can they spend so much? The turnover is not enough to explain it, other financial and non-economic parameters come into play, useful for picturing the health of a club and its spending capacity. So far Florentino Perez has spared no investments to satisfy Zidane's desire for revenge: 100 million Hazard, Jovic 60, Eder Militão 50, Mendy 48, Rodrigo 45, offset only minimally by the releases of Kovacic (45) and Llorente (30). And it's not over here. The Real can afford it not only because it has become a global money machine, with a turnover of 750 million (the highest ever) waiting for the new Bernabeu and the milestone of a billion revenue. In recent years the blancos have avoided crazy expenses by strengthening the accounts: To make a comparison, on June 30, 2018 the rivals of Madrid, Barcelona, had liquid assets of 40 million and net debts of over 150 million, in heavy deterioration. It is no coincidence that the Blaugrana are trying to finance the market with the transfers: from the school case of Neymar, whose termination clause covered the purchases of Coutinho and Dembélé, to the dynamics of this summer, with the De Jong crash ( 75 million) but a negative purchase-transfer balance of just 15 million, awaiting further sacrifices for Griezmann. And then there's Bayern. In the spring, President Hoeness announced the largest investment campaign in the history of the German club. The 80 million spent on Lucas Hernandez have already made the intentions clear. The Bayern group, which in 2017-18 ended the year with a profit for the 26th year in a row distributing 12 million dividends to shareholders, had liquidity of 221 million at June 30, 2018 and zero debts with the banks. The motto of the administrators is always the same: you can only spend as much as the cash available. This summer, it's time to spend. And a lot. Blessed are the Bavarians who can do it.
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abumaryam
Lampard Is Already At Stamford Bridge Ahead Of His New Role As Chelsea Manager
Frank Lampard has recently arrived at Stamford Bridge and is preparing to officially be the Chelsea manager. The announcement, in fact, will be announced in the next few hours. And so, before Friday, the date on which the Blues gathering is scheduled. The former legend (from Chelsea, a team he played with from 2001 to 2014) will collect the legacy of Maurizio Sarri, who left London for Turin. The official decision comes at the end of a long negotiation with Derby County to bring to the base a piece of Blues historical legend with 648 presences, 211 goals - an absolute record holder of the club -, 11 trophies and 13 seasons. Meanwhile, There's Real Boom in The Market: Here's Why There is A Lot Of Spending. This is the Real Madrid market. And of Bayern Munich. But why can they spend so much? The turnover is not enough to explain it, other financial and non-economic parameters come into play, useful for picturing the health of a club and its spending capacity. So far Florentino Perez has spared no investments to satisfy Zidane's desire for revenge: 100 million Hazard, Jovic 60, Eder Militão 50, Mendy 48, Rodrigo 45, offset only minimally by the releases of Kovacic (45) and Llorente (30). And it's not over here. The Real can afford it not only because it has become a global money machine, with a turnover of 750 million (the highest ever) waiting for the new Bernabeu and the milestone of a billion revenue. In recent years the blancos have avoided crazy expenses by strengthening the accounts: To make a comparison, on June 30, 2018 the rivals of Madrid, Barcelona, had liquid assets of 40 million and net debts of over 150 million, in heavy deterioration. It is no coincidence that the Blaugrana are trying to finance the market with the transfers: from the school case of Neymar, whose termination clause covered the purchases of Coutinho and Dembélé, to the dynamics of this summer, with the De Jong crash ( 75 million) but a negative purchase-transfer balance of just 15 million, awaiting further sacrifices for Griezmann. And then there's Bayern. In the spring, President Hoeness announced the largest investment campaign in the history of the German club. The 80 million spent on Lucas Hernandez have already made the intentions clear. The Bayern group, which in 2017-18 ended the year with a profit for the 26th year in a row distributing 12 million dividends to shareholders, had liquidity of 221 million at June 30, 2018 and zero debts with the banks. The motto of the administrators is always the same: you can only spend as much as the cash available. This summer, it's time to spend. And a lot. Blessed are the Bavarians who can do it.
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