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  • Champions League round of 16 will be a clash of football’s financial giants
    The UEFA Champions League Round of 16, kicking off on 18 February, will be a battle of the world’s highest earning clubs, according to the Sports Business Group at Deloitte.
  • 2013/14 sets a new record for Premier League spending
    Premier League clubs spent around £130m in the January transfer window, according to analysis by the Sports Business Group at Deloitte.
  • 2013/14 sets a new record for Premier League spending
    At the start of the final day of this January’s window, analysis by the Sports Business Group at Deloitte shows Premier League clubs have spent around £95m on acquiring new players.
  • Combined revenue of top 20 Deloitte Football Money League clubs passes €5bn
    Revenue for the world’s 20 highest earning clubs reached €5.4bn last season, recording growth of over €400m (8%), according to the 17th edition of the Football Money League from Deloitte.
  • Value of global premium sports broadcast rights to rise by 14% to £16bn in 2014
    Deloitte predicts the value of premium sports broadcast rights worldwide will increase to £16bn ($24.2bn) in 2014, a 14% rise, or £1.9bn ($2.9bn) over 2013.
  • Premier League clubs spend a record £630m in summer transfer window
    Player transfer spending by Premier League clubs in the summer 2013 transfer window was a record, according to analysis by Deloitte.
  • Premier League heading for record summer transfer window
    The Sports Business Group at Deloitte will release its analysis of the 2013 summer transfer window on Tuesday 3 September 2013.
  • Premier League clubs’ revenues increase 4%, to £2.4 billion, in 2011/12, following 15% growth in commercial revenue
    Premier League clubs’ revenue reached a record £2,360m in 2011/12, according to the 22nd Annual Review of Football Finance from the Sports Business Group at Deloitte.
  • Eagles and Hornets just 90 minutes from £120 million Premier League promotion prize
    The Football League Championship Play-off Final on Monday 27 May will offer the biggest financial prize in world football, worth around £120 million to the winners.
  • Deloitte Sports Business Group comments on the announcement of Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement
    Dan Jones, Partner in the Sports Business Group at Deloitte, said: “Manchester United has been transformed as a football club under the management of Sir Alex Ferguson."
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