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The most expensive Championship players of all time



On 9 September 2020, Aston Villa forked out a staggering fee for Championship Player of the Year Ollie Watkins, in a deal that could be worth up to £33m.

In the process, Watkins became the most expensive player to ever be bought from a Championship club (excluding relegated players), but he wasn’t the only player from the second tier to move for big money that summer.

Birmingham City teenager Jude Bellingham went overseas to join Borussia Dortmund, while QPR’s Eberechi Eze and Nottingham Forest’s Matty Cash both secured Premier League moves for eight-figure sums.

Eberechi Eze
Eze was one of the Championship’s brightest young players last season | Catherine Ivill/Getty Images

Buying from the Championship is always a risky move, especially with such massive fees involved. Some have thrived, but others haven’t been able to adjust to the higher division.

Here are the 30 most expensive Championship players of all time.

Jordan Hugill
Hugill struggled for playing time at West Ham | Charlie Crowhurst/Getty Images

Best remembered for his comically awkward announcement video, Jordan Hugill played just 22 minutes for the Hammers.

After a couple of loan spells at Middlesbrough and QPR, he was sold to Norwich for a significant loss.

Verdict: Miss

Benik Afobe
Afobe scored 11 goals for Bournemouth | Dan Istitene/Getty Images

In January 2016, Bournemouth smashed their transfer record to bring Wolves striker Benik Afobe to the Vitality Stadium.

After an encouraging start to life in the top flight, Afobe went off the boil, scoring 11 goals in 70 appearances for the Cherries. However, Bournemouth were able to recoup the £10m they paid for him.

Verdict: Miss

Jordan Rhodes
Rhodes was once one of the most feared forwards in the second tier | Pete Norton/Getty Images

Scotland international Jordan Rhodes was one of the most prolific forwards in the Championship at Blackburn, so it was no surprise when promotion-chasing Middlesbrough splashed out the big bucks to bring him further north in January 2016.

Although he helped them achieve automatic promotion, Rhodes never recaptured his best form at the Riverside and failed to net a single goal in the following Premier League campaign. Although, like Afobe, Boro managed to break even on the transfer when he was sold to Sheffield Wednesday in 2017.

Verdict: Miss

Bobby Reid
Decordova-Reid joined after Cardiff’s promotion in 2018 | Henry Browne/Getty Images

Following their promotion in 2018, Neil Warnock’s Cardiff needed someone who could score goals; so Bristol City’s Bobby Decordova-Reid was brought in for a hefty fee.

He only netted five times as a Bluebird, before he was on his bike again to join Fulham.

Verdict: Miss

Zaha made little impact at Old Trafford
Zaha made little impact at Old Trafford | Brendon Thorne/Getty Images

Having established himself as one of the brightest young talents in the division, Wilfried Zaha was Sir Alex Ferguson’s last signing as Manchester United boss, for a fee of £10m with potential £5m add-ons.

Things didn’t work out for the youngster, who made just four appearances for the Red Devils before being sold back to Selhurst Park for a massive loss.

Verdict: Miss

Jeff Hendrick
Hendrick spent four years at Burnley | Matthew Ashton – AMA/Getty Images

Newly-promoted Burnley brought in Jeff Hendrick from Derby County on deadline day 2016 for a then-club record fee.

The Irishman made 122 Premier League appearances for the Clarets, scoring nine times. He may not have been a superstar, but Hendrick was an ever-reliable asset to Sean Dyche’s side.

Verdict: Hit

Ross McCormack
Ross McCormack scored 42 goals for the Whites | Harry Engels/Getty Images

Off the back of their relegation to the second tier, Fulham raised eyebrows all over the country when they shelled out £11m to bring Golden Boot winner Ross McCormack to Craven Cottage.

While the Whites underperformed, McCormack shone, scoring 38 league goals in two seasons – effectively keeping them in the Championship single-handedly.

He was later sold on for a profit, but more on that later.

Verdict: Hit

Jonathan Kodjia
Kodjia scores against Liverpool | James Williamson – AMA/Getty Images

Jonathan Kodjia enjoyed a fantastic debut season at Ashton Gate, scoring 19 goals. This prompted Aston Villa to bring the Ivorian to the Midlands in a deal worth £11m with an extra £4m in add-ons.

Kodjia managed to equal his previous season’s tally in his first campaign at Villa Park in nine fewer games. However, injuries and high competition for places left the former Reims man out of favour under manager Dean Smith, and he was let go to Qatari side Al-Ghafara in January 2020.

Verdict: Miss

Matej Vydra
Vydra has struggled for starts at Burnley | Pool/Getty Images

With a Player of the Year award in 2013 and a Golden Boot in 2018, Matej Vydra was one of the Championship’s most emphatic forwards.

However, he has never managed to replicate this form in the Premier League and has often found himself stuck on the bench at Burnley.

Verdict: Miss

Josh Murphy
Murphy has made 66 appearances for the Welsh side | Pete Norton/Getty Images

Another player brought in following Cardiff’s promotion, Josh Murphy joined from Norwich for £11m in 2018.

His career in Wales hasn’t hit the heights that many hoped it would, but there’s plenty of time to turns things around.

Verdict: Miss

David Brooks
Brooks celebrates a goal against Chelsea | Warren Little/Getty Images

Wales international David Brooks moved to the south coast in 2018 for a sizeable sum, aged just 21 at the time.

The former Sheffield United man enjoyed a fine debut season at the Cherries, scoring seven and finishing as the club’s third top scorer.

A long-term ankle injury kept him out for large parts of the 2019/20 campaign as Bournemouth were relegated. Nonetheless, Brooks has done well at the Vitality.

Verdict: Hit

Murphy has had a limited impact at St. James' Park
Murphy has had a limited impact at St. James’ Park | Chloe Knott – Danehouse/Getty Images

Sure to cause tension at the next Sunday roast in the Murphy household, Jacob Murphy was sold to Newcastle for £1m more than twin brother Josh.

Much like his brother, Jacob Murphy’s career has gone downhill since leaving Carrow Road, struggling for minutes at St. James’ Park. He has had spells on loan at West Brom and Sheffield Wednesday.

Verdict: Miss

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Couldn’t find an image of Roberts in a Man City shirt – says it all, really | Jamie McDonald/Getty Images

Patrick Roberts had attracted a lot of attention for his performances at Craven Cottage, leading to his £12m move to Manchester City.

Roberts has since made just one league appearance for the Cityzens, with his most notable contribution at the Etihad being a goal for Celtic against his parent club in a Champions League group stage game.

Verdict: Miss

Hogan never recreated his Brentford form at Aston Villa
Hogan never recreated his Brentford form at Aston Villa | Marc Atkins/Getty Images

While languishing in mid-table, Aston Villa forked out for one of the division’s top marksmen on deadline day of January 2017.

The Republic of Ireland international managed to find the net just seven times for the Villans in 56 outings, and was later sold to Birmingham City for a loss.

Verdict: Miss

Ezri Konsa Ngoyo
Konsa scores Villa’s first goal of the season | Julian Finney/Getty Images

Following the same path as Hogan, Ezri Konsa joined Dean Smith’s ranks after an impressive season at the Bees.

The 22-year-old made 25 league appearances in his debut season at Villa Park, regularly partnering England international Tyrone Mings at centre-back.

Verdict: Hit

Chris Mepham
Mepham joined Bournemouth in 2019 | Dan Mullan/Getty Images

Following an encouraging two seasons at Griffin Park, Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth splashed out £12m for the services of the young Welshman.

A serious knee injury kept him out for large parts of his debut season, but the Wales international has all the qualities required to put that disappointment behind him.

Verdict: Miss

Another Bournemouth defender to add to the list | PETER POWELL/Getty Images

Another Cherries defender joins the list.

After breaking through the ranks at Bristol City, Kelly made the switch to the Vitality Stadium in the summer of 2019. Unfortunately, his career in red and black has been blighted by injuries, with the England Under-21 international making just eight appearances as Bournemouth were relegated.

Verdict: Miss

Oliver Burke
Burke went to Germany as a 19-year-old | Steve Bardens/Getty Images

Burke made a flying start to the 2016/17 Championship season, scoring in four of his first five games. This encouraged newly-promoted RB Leipzig to take a gamble on the youngster.

The move had mixed success. He only made five starts for Die Roten Bullen, scoring just once. However, the Bundesliga side were somehow able to sell him a year later for a £2m profit, so it wasn’t a complete disaster.

Verdict: Miss

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McCormack left Fulham for Aston Villa in 2016 | Malcolm Couzens/Getty Images

Making his second appearance on this list, McCormack was brought to Villa Park for a hefty price in 2016.

Unfortunately for the Midlands side, his signing was a miserable failure. McCormack scored only three goals for the club before falling out with manager Steve Bruce over fitness and attitude problems.

Verdict: Miss

Chris Wood
The New Zealand international has done well at Burnley | Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images

After finishing the 2016/17 season as the Championship’s top scorer, Leeds United forward Chris Wood was snapped up by Burnley in the summer transfer window.

Since his arrival, Wood has been Sean Dyche’s top scorer at Turf Moor and continues to bully Premier League defences week after week.

Verdict: Hit

Benjamin Gibson
Gibson joined Burnley in 2018 | Matthew Ashton – AMA/Getty Images

What on Earth happened to Ben Gibson?

The Middlesbrough man looked to be a promising young centre-back, earning an England call up in 2017. So when Burnley made the decision to spend £15m on the Englishman, it seemed like a shrewd signing.

Wrong. One appearance and loan spells later, he’s been a complete waste of money.

Verdict: Miss

Che Adams
Adams had a tough start to life at the Saints | Pool/Getty Images

Ralph Hasenhuttl opted to spend the big bucks to bring Birmingham City striker Che Adams to St. Mary’s. Did it work out?

Well, for a long time it looked like he would be a disaster signing, as Adams failed to score in any of his first 24 outings. However, four goals in six games towards the end of the 2019/20 season turned things around.

Alongside Danny Ings, Adams is now flourishing – but still has a long way to go.

Verdict: Miss

Daniel James
The Welshman has had a mixed season at Old Trafford | Jan Kruger/Getty Images

Arriving from Swansea in 2019, Daniel James wasn’t exactly the marquee signing that Manchester United fans were looking for. However, after scoring three in his first four appearances, it looked like the Red Devils had picked themselves up a bargain.

It’s been all downhill from there, especially after the Welshman lost his place to 18-year-old Mason Greenwood. And, with the club still looking to secure a deal for Jadon Sancho, it is looking increasingly unlikely that he’ll ever find his way back into the starting XI at Old Trafford.

Verdict: Miss

Britt Assombalonga
Assombalonga joined Middlesbrough after their relegation | James Baylis – AMA/Getty Images

Britt Assombalonga established himself as one of the second tier’s top strikers after three successful years at Nottingham Forest. Seeking an instant return to the Premier League, Middlesbrough coughed up £15m for the DR Congo international.

While Boro struggled for promotion, Assombalonga has had a decent spell up north, netting approximately a quarter of Middlesbrough’s league goals between 2017//18 and 2019/20.

Verdict: Hit

Oli McBurnie
McBurnie found the net six times last season | Alex Livesey – Danehouse/Getty Images

Daniel James wasn’t the only Swansea player to make the step up to the Premier League during 2019/20 as newly-promoted Sheffield United brought Scottish forward Oli McBurnie to Bramall Lane.

While his tally of six goals wasn’t exactly groundbreaking, McBurnie ended the season as the Blades’ top scorer – helping Chris Wilder secure a surprise top ten finish.

Verdict: Hit

Adama Traore
Traore is a regular starter at Wolves | James Baylis – AMA/Getty Images

The Spaniard had struggled to make an impact in the top flight with Aston Villa and Middlesbrough, gaining a reputation as a player who was all physique and no end product. However, he began to emerge as a more complete player when Tony Pulis arrived at the Riverside.

Traore’s performances in the 2017/18 Championship earned him a move to Molineux, and he hasn’t looked back since. The former Barcelona man is now one of the most feared wingers in the league, despite some very average 2020/21 displays.

Verdict: Hit

Adam Webster
Webster has slotted in comfortably at Brighton | James Williamson – AMA/Getty Images

Centre-back Adam Webster joined the Seagulls off the back of an impressive season at Bristol City – winning their Player of the Year award for the 2018/19 campaign.

Since arriving at the AMEX, Webster has formed a solid partnership with Lewis Dunk and is a regular starter each and every week.

Verdict: Hit

Neal Maupay
Maupay celebrates a late winner against Arsenal | Mike Hewitt/Getty Images

After finishing as runner up to Norwich’s Teemu Pukki in the Championship Golden Boot race, French forward Neal Maupay earned a big money move to Brighton.

He netted ten goals in his debut season at the Amex, and even ruffled a number of Arsenal feathers during a feisty home game. Plenty more to come too.

Verdict: Hit

James Maddison
Maddison has kicked on at Leicester City | Visionhaus/Getty Images

James Maddison enjoyed a sensational 2017/18 season, recording 14 goals and eight assists in a mid-table Norwich side, so it was no surprise when he got his move to the Premier League.

At Leicester City, he’s become one of the most reliable attacking midfielders in the country, helping the Foxes establish themselves as credible Champions League qualification contenders.

Verdict: Hit

jarrod bowen
Bowen has made an encouraging start at the Hammers | Chloe Knott – Danehouse/Getty Images

Jarrod Bowen was a goalscoring phenomena for Hull City, scoring a staggering 52 league goals in two and a half years at the club.

It was only a matter of time before a Premier League club made a move for the 23-year-old, and it eventually came when West Ham paid a handsome fee for his services in January 2020.

Bowen has stepped up to the plate well, and helped the Hammers stave off relegation during 2019/20 with a number of energetic displays.

Verdict: Hit

Ollie Watkins
Watkins has been electric early on for Villa | Pool/Getty Images

As alluded to earlier, the most expensive signing from the Championship is striker Ollie Watkins, who could cost Aston Villa £33m when every clause imaginable is taken into account.

Brentford’s loss has been very much been Villa’s gain, with Watkins hitting the ground running to help Dean Smith banish the memories of a difficult 2019/20 campaign.

It’s early days for Watkins, but a bright future looks like it lays ahead.

Verdict: Hit


Erling Haaland, Chelsea: los ‘Blues’ compiten por un valor de 145 millones de euros por el delantero noruego | Premier League | NCZD | FUTBOL-INTERNACIONAL



Chelsea, como la hizo en el período estival del transporte en 2020, quiere volver a desempeñar un papel importante en la transferencia de este verano. En ese sentido, la lista inglesa, comandada por Thomas Tuchel, pretende dar el golpe en este mercado de pases y así mejorar su zona ofensiva.

El objetivo es bastante claro, pues la escuadra de la capital británica busca hacerse with los servicios de Erling Haaland. Si todo sigue por buen camino, los ‘Blues’ harán un esfuerzo notable para llevarse al joven delantero. El ariete, que actualmente juega en el Borussia Dortmund, es uno de los principales goles de la extratega alemana.

Ahora, tras la información brindada para Football Insider, Román Abramóvich, dueño del Chelsea, está dispuesto a desembolsar 145 millones de euros para el internacional noruega.

La razón es sencilla: buscará satisfacer las exigencias monetarias de uno de los clubes más populares de la Bundesliga. Además, espera adelantarse ya que el atacante también tiene otras ofertas de grandes instituciones como el FC Barcelona, ​​Real Madrid, Manchester City, Bayern Múnich o Manchester United.

Jürgen Kohler, por su lado, comparado en Haaland con Mbappé mencionando lo siguiente: “Todavía no es un jugador de clase mundial. Es un delantero ‘Top’ y contiene la habilidad para serlo, pero todavía contiene que demostrarlo. Él le da un punto extra de clase. Mbappé tiene potencial alcalde. Le veo más como jugador de clase mundial porque no se basa únicamente en la velocidad, también hace desmarques y realiza controles cortos. No hace nada precipitado ”.

En caso de que llegue a concretar la operación, el futbolista noruego dará un gran salto en su carrera tras dejar que el fútbol alemán comienza a quedarle corto, pues tras 59 apariciones, lleva marcados 57 goles y 12 asistencias.

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Acuerdo cerrado de Florentino Pérez with el jugador of Bayern de Múnich que no puede hacer nada por retenerlo: de Alemania a España



Fiorentino Pérez Staría muy intenta confirmar una incorporación TOP para el Real Madrid. El presidente blanco está en conversaciones con a de las estrellas del Bayern de Múnich y el mediocampista Leon Goretzka, quien se encontró negociando en la renovación con el club bávaro, pero los alemanes no están dispuestos a acercarse a lo que pide el jugador internacional.

El futbolista alemán que actualmente estaría ganando 10,5 millones de euros por temporada estaría pidiendo 20 millones de euros al año para seguir en el Bayern de Múnich donde acaba contratado el curso que viene. Los bávaros no están dispuestos aceptar es propuesta de jugador y no subirán de los 11.5 millones de euros que están ofreciéndole actualmente.


Según apuntan varios medios alemanes el Real Madrid si hubiera puesto en contacto con Leon Goretzka para saber que están dispuestos a mejorar la propuesta salarial del Bayern de Múnich sí no renueva con los bávaros y llega gratis al conjunto blanco que está curso.

Pese al altísimo sueldo que está pidiendo el internacional con Alemania parece que el jugador es pedido por Carlo Ancelotti y ya estuvo busca de traarlo hace dos campañas Florentino Pérez al Real Madrid. Los informas que se manejan en el club of the Bayern de Múnich midfielder son muy buenos y aconsejan su fichaje antes que el de otros futbolistas que podrían ser más problemáticos de llevar como el francés Paul Pogba.

El conjunto alemán podría pasarle with Goretzka lo mismo que le ocurrido este año con el lateral austríaco David Alaba, aquí les propongo una oferta de reformas sólo para plantear acabar sin vincular a un acuerdo con el Bayern y el marqués en verano en la costa cero con un sueldo superior al que iba a mantener en la Bundesliga. Goretzka sabe que el Real Madrid y varios equipos de la Premier están tras su contratación.

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Los clubes de LaLiga aumentan su deuda por la pandemia



21/06/2021 a las 13:41



Los clubes del fútbol profesional español han aumentado su deuda neta en 746 millones de euros -la mitad de ellos correspondiente a Barcelona, ​​siguiendo al presidente de LaLiga Javier Tebas– por el impacto de la pandemia, que dejó 1.999 millones de ingresos en dos temporadas, 1.019 en impacto neto.

Este aumento del endeudamiento, provocado por el descenso de ingresos y el mantenimiento de inversiones en jugadores e infraestructuras aun habiendo reducido salarios, provoca que la deuda financiera neta total de los clubs de LaLiga sea de 1.705 millones de euros a 2019- de la temporas 20, siguiendo la Información Económico-Financiera que presentó la organización.

«De esos 700 millones, el Barcelona es la mitad», reconocido el presidente de la asociación de clubes, Javier Tebas, que ha señalado que «otros clubes han hecho más esfuerzos para reducir deudas» y ha resaltado el «esfuerzo encomiable» del Real Madrid «igual que el Atlético y el resto».

El patronal ha destacado que su nivel de endeudamiento con respecto a su resultado de explotación (ebitda) es de 1,6, una proporción «razonable» después del director general corporativo, José guerra, que ha asegurado que si fueran una empresa estarían en el séptimo lugar del Ibex-35 por este indicador.

Los clubes de fútbol profesional dejaron de ingresar entre la temporada 2019-20 y la recién terminatoda 2020-21 unos 1.999 millones de euros por el impacto de la pandemia, cifra que une los 278 millones de euros de merma a los ingresos de la campaña antes de la previsión de 1.721 millones en 2020-21 por la consultora PriceWaterhouseCoopers. El golpe neto se reduce a 1.019 millones de dólares en los dos cursos, para la financiación consequida por los clubes.

En la temporada anterior 2019-20, ya con cifras realis de las cuentas por los clubes, el impacto de la pandemia fue de 278 millones de euros, ya que se ingresaron 5.043 millones de euros en total frente a los 5.321 millones de euros que, según LaLiga, habrían obtenido sí no si se hubiera producido la pandemia.

Aun así, esos datos son superiores a los ingresos de la campaña 2018-19, los últimos antes del impacto de la pandemia, cuando los clubes de Primera y Segunda generan 4.869 millones de euros; y el resultado neto de la temporada 2019-20, covid-19 incluido, es positivo: los clubes ganaron 77 millones de euros en conjunto, que hubieran sido 244 millones sin la situación sanitaria.

«En la temporada 2019-20 superamos por primera vez los 5.000 millones de euros de ingresos, que hubieran sido 5.321 si hubiéramos tenido público. Eso supone que hemos crecido a 3.6% comparado con la temporada anterior, y comparado con 2014-15 hemos crecido un 12% anual. El Ibex en este mismo período ha perdido un 1,2% «, ha valorado José Guerra.

Según los datos de ofrecidos por la organización de clubes profesionales españoles, 5.045 millones de entradas en la temporada 2019-20, aunque en términos absolutos están detrás de los que obenga el fútbol inglés (7.224 millones de euros entre la Premier League), medidos en relación a la población suponen unos ingresos de 107 euros por ciudad en el fútbol español, frente a los 86 euros por habitante de los equipos ingleses.

«Somos los primeros entre las cinco ligas europeas per cápita y los segundos en ingresos absolutos», ha destacado guerra, que también ha resaltado que en la 2019-20 fueron la única de las cinco grandes ligas europeas con resultado positivo: 77 millones, frente a los 213 millones de pérdidas de la Bundesliga alemana or los 1.000 cases que calculan has perdido el fútbol inglés.


No obstante, para la temporada 2020-21 LaLiga estima una reducción de los ingresos drástica, de 1,721 millones, lo que hará caer los ingresos hasta los 3,545 millones. La merma es de 683 millones de euro en ingresos en día de partido (entradas y abonos) to the call disputado a puerta cerrada except in the last jornadas, 180 millones less en ingresos comerciales y 58 menos por televisión. También se reducen en 491 millones los ingresos por traspasos.

«En la 2020-21 tendremos pérdidas con seguridad. Han stado los cerrados estadios toda la temporada», reconoció José Guerra, quien explicó que los clubes «tardarán algunos años en absorber» y el impacto de la pandemia, pero aun así consideró que «a medio plazo» van a «salir muy reforzados».

«Si en la 2019-20 hemos tenido 77 millones positivos estando tres meses, hay que hacer la regla de tres y teniendo en cuenta que va a haber una concción majorísima de los ingresos por la venta de jugadores. Estaremos entre los 600 y 700 millones, ese será el importe que tengamos, y sobre todo en un club, no nos olvidemos «, ha añadido Javier Tebas.


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