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    • 1 Madrid-Spain, September 5th 2013-
    • 2 1. Technical sheet 2. Summer transfers window 2013/14 3. Squads review La Liga 4. Barça vs Real Madrid 5. Conclusions 6. Annexes: - European Football Finances - Tables - About Prime Time Sport Football Transfer Review 2014
    • 3 About Football Transfer Review Content Mission Football Transfer Review by Prime Time Sport provides relevant data and insightful and independent analysis on the variables that influence squad designs and player transfers at main European Clubs, with special focus on Spanish La Liga • 2 releases published every year, related to Summer and Winter transfer windows • Combines content produced by Prime Time Sport and content from other relevant football industry studies • The objective is to combine the available data in a way that helps to come-up with insightful analysis, rather than the publication of the information itself • Addressed to both football industry professionals and those that follow it with special interest
    • 4 Technical sheet Team Specifications • Data included refer to main division of Spanish La Liga and the other top 4 European leagues (English Premier League, Italian Serie A, German Bundesliga and French Ligue 1) • Transfer figures include guaranteed amounts only • It includes player transfers that took place until September 2nd 2013 • Player loans with purchase obligation are accounted as a transfer at the time of effective player exit (examples: Ibrahimovic to AC Milan in 2010/11; Pedro León to Getafe in 2011/12) • Transfer figures are gross of agent fees or revenue share with other stakeholders • It is considered that teams where players are landing have paid for transfer fees, regardless of the participation of other investors • Transfer fees paid on managers have not been taken into consideration (Carlo Ancelotti to Real Madrid) • Squads review includes only players registered as first team members • Sign-up means new player arrivals (not total number of registered players) and Exit means players leaving a team (either on loan or because of contract expiration) • Director: Bruno Batlle • Analyst: Aleix Piqué • Collaborates: ESADE Business School
    • 5 1. Technical sheet 2. Summer transfers window 2013/14 3. Squads review La Liga 4. Barça vs Real Madrid 5. Conclusions 6. Annexes: - European Football Finances - Tables - About Prime Time Sport Football Transfer Review 2014
    • 6 1. Background 2. European football 3. La Liga Summer transfers window 2013/14
    • 7 Background Europe • Implementation of UEFA Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulation continues and is taken into account both by big and smaller teams. FFP will not allow to participate in European competitions the teams with more than 45mio€ of accumulated losses during 3 seasons until 2014/15. • Appearance of a new heavy spending teams (Monaco) along with loss of spending power of others (Anzhi). • New 2014/16 TV deals in the Premier League and 2013/15 in UEFA Champions League has increased prizes for participating teams by 57% and 20% respectively • Majority of teams (with exception of big 2) have little chance of further increasing revenues under current financial climate • As a result, income opportunities are almost restricted to selling the best players and continue to fight for the implementation of a new TV value distribution model. • Spanish Professional League (LFP) is closely monitoring clubs finances and must approve business plans. • Most clubs have agreed long term debt payment plans with Tax office, which severely impacts their ability to splash cash Spain
    • 8 1. Background 2. European football 3. La Liga Summer transfers window 2013/14
    • 9 Player acquisition spending- top 5 European leagues Mio€ 1.713 1.855 1.322 1.723 1.544 2.154 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 +40% Top 5 European Leagues combined investment grew by 40% to 2,2bio€, highest amount ever, despite Financial Fair Play and economy downturn
    • 10 Player acquisition spending- top 5 European leagues 510 400 470 245 230 435 327 262 140 157 553 465 360 194 151 617 335 128 226 238 731 402 388 375 258 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 Mio€ +18% +303% +66% All big European leagues have experimented significant expenditure growth, with Premier League, Ligue 1 and Bundesliga reaching highest levels ever. Premier League has been the market driving force thanks to fresh an increased money from new TV contracts. La Liga experimented the highest growth led by Gareth Bale signing by Real Madrid +20% +8%
    • 11 % of total investment by top 4 in each league Mio€ 89,3% 79,5% 63,6% 55,5% 49,7% Real Madrid (47,3%) FC Barcelona Sevilla FC At.Madrid SSC Napoli AS Roma Fiorentina Juventus B. Munich B. Dormund Wolfsburg Shalke 04 AS Monaco (44,3%) PSG O.Marsella Saint-Etiene Investment stays monopolized by few teams with high revenue generation potential, wealthy owners or significant income from sales of best players Tottenham Man.City Chelsea Liverpool
    • 12 5 year accumulated investment top 5 leagues Mio€ 2.846 1.929 1.608 1.180 1.034 * Winter window transfers not included
    • 13 Player sales- Top 5 European leagues Mio€ 1.060 1.344 1.146 1.579 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 +38% Total income from players sales recuperates growth trend to 1,6bio€ (+38%) and reaches the highest level since 2010/11 season
    • 14 Player sales- Top 5 European leagues €Mio 287 269 187 176 141 290 438 336 152 128 183 365 299 164 135 480 410 261 228 200 2010/11 2010/12 2012/13 2013/14 La Liga makes close to half billion € in player sales, its highest level ever and highest amount in Europe. All European leagues -except English Premier League- experimented increased income from player sales +262% -13% +39% +12% +48%
    • 15 €Mio 248 -36 16 58 -24 217 42 23 27 70 318 62 103 -30 -55 470 147 58 -8 -92 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 Net spending- Top 5 European leagues Premier League dominance becomes even stronger when deducting income from player sales, with a net investment still of 470mio€. On the other extreme, Spain continues to lose talent and experiments a negative net investment of 92mio€.
    • 16 # of player signings- Top 5 European leagues Nº. of players 307 97 120 95 101 59 58 23 35 19 Loans Signings 366 155 143 130 120 One more year, Serie A shows the highest number of player arrivals
    • 17 # of player exits- Top 5 European leagues Nº of players 251 158 155 140 127 356 100 50 56 41 Loans Transfers 607 258 205 196 168 # of exits confirms Serie A as the league with highest players circulation. More than half of exits (52%) have been in loan format
    • 18 Nº.of players -285 -75 -94 -54 -38 -250 -115 -54 -56 -59 -247 -113 -56 -54 -55 -242 -115 -66 -50 -48 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 Net # signings vs exits- Top 5 European leagues For the 4th consecutive season all leagues have experimented a net players reduction as teams continue to optimize squad wages costs
    • 19 183 166 122 111 107 87 78 67 67 66 Real Madrid AS Monaco Tottenham PSG Man. City Napoli Chelsea Dinamo Moscú Shakhtar Donetsk AS Roma Mio€ Real Madrid is back to top spending position 2 years later after by investing 183mio€ (101 in Gareth Bale). Under new Russian ownership, AS Monaco reaches 2nd position by spending 166mio€. Tottenham takes advantage of Bale sale to join top 3. Top 8 of clubs represents 60% of total investment of European football Top 10 spending ranking
    • 20 Mio€ 147 100 95 70 65 65 64 52 43 43 PSG Chelsea Zenit B. Munich Tottenham M. United M. City Juventus Arsenal Inter Top 10 spending ranking 2012/13
    • 21 55 87 93 86 44 60 62 57 86 33 2330 147 64 100 70 33 43 65 52 43 24 183 111 107 78 62 57 50 34 32 29 26 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 Mio€ Top European teams spending ranking Real Madrid lead the spending ranking after 2 years of low investment. PSG stays in the podium after another year of high expenditure to confirm its ambitious project. Real Madrid (+600%) , FC Barcelona (+212) and Man. City (+67%) have spent more after 3 years in a row decreasing its expenditure
    • 22 Top 5 spending clubs in each league Tottenham 121,8 Manchester City 106,5 Chelsea 77,8 Liverpool 56,0 Arsenal 45,0 Real Madrid 182,5 FC Barcelona 57,0 Sevilla FC 33,9 At. Madrid 33,0 Villarreal CF 16,0 SSC Napoli 86,9 AS Roma 66,2 AC Fiorentina 38,3 Juventus 32,1 Inter 28,8 Bayern Munich 62,0 Borussia Dormund 50,0 VfL Wolfsburgo 26,7 Shalke 04 25,0 Bayern Leverkusen 21,4 AS Mónaco 166,2 PSG 110,9 O. Marsella 41,7 Saint-Etienne 15,5 Toulouse 8,6 Mio€
    • 23 611 549 370 348 331 274 227 227 197 191 141 Accumulated 5 year spending of top teams Mio€ Real Madrid (611mio€) is the team with the highest combined expenditure in the last 5 years, followed by Manchester City (549mio€) and PSG (370) * Winter window transfers not included
    • 24 Mio€ 140 128 105 104 82 78 74 71 68 45 Anzhi Tottenham Roma R.Madrid Sevilla At.Madrid Porto Napoli Shakhtar Lille Top 10 teams in player sales income Anzhi is the European leader in player sales income after reduced ownership commitment. Tottenham (128mio€) reaches 2nd position thanks to Gareth Bale sale to Real Madrid.
    • 25 Mio€ Top 10 teams in player sales income 2012/13 81 71 69 67 56 41 40 40 39 39 Porto Benfica AC Milan Tottenham Arsenal Genoa At. Bilbao Lille Villarreal Real Madrid
    • 26 17 5 12 3 24 18 70 23 33 25 11 39 0 17 3 0 69 56 24 35 10 11 104 41 37 29 28 16 12 9 7 3 0 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 Mio€ Top European teams player sales ranking Real Madrid is the team with highest income from player sales among the top ones. Bayern Munich, Juventus and PSG get important revenues from sales after 2 years of failing to reach high figures
    • 27 Tottenham 127,7 Everton 39,4 Liverpool 30,8 Sunderland 22,2 Arsenal 11,6 Real Madrid 103,5 Sevilla FC 81,9 Atlético Madrid 78,0 Valencia CF 41,7 Real Sociedad 39,0 AS Roma 91,9 SSC Napoli 70,7 AC Fiorentina 40,0 Juventus 36,7 Udinese 26,2 Borussia Dormund 44,1 Bayern Munich 41,0 Bayern Leverkusen 34,7 Werder Bremen 12,9 Mainz 05 11,3 Lille OSC 45,0 PSG 28,5 O. Lyon 24,5 Saint-Etienne 23,0 Toulouse 12,7 Mio€ Top European teams player sales ranking
    • 28 260 212 200 193 143 142 116 114 81 58 36 Accumulated 5 year player sales of top teams Mio€ * Winter window transfers not included Real Madrid gets confirmed as the most active team in the market having also the highest accumulated sales in the last 5 years. Inter Milan and AC Milan follow in 2nd and 3rd position
    • 29 Top European teams net investment ranking Mio€ 70 84 38 61 -8 46 36 0 39 5 4440 144 -9 90 -13 54 33 8 70 -45 36 98 82 79 75 38 34 29 22 21 10 -5 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 Manchester City is the team with highest net investment this season. PSG keeps signing players without selling much for the 3rd year in a row and gets 2nd position. Juventus doesn’t invest the income from player sales and is the only top team with mores sales than spending in players
    • 30 Accumulated 5 year net investment of top teams Mio€ 435 351 333 274 192 161 146 84 -2 -16 -59 * Winter window deals not included
    • 31 European club ranking in # of signings Players 84 26 24 23 20 17 17 17 17 15 Parma Genoa Chievo Verona Hellas Verona Sassuolo Livorno Inter Milan Udinese Monaco Roma Italian teams top ranking of number of player arrivals and exits
    • 32 European club ranking in # of exits Players 120 44 37 35 33 32 30 28 28 28 Parma Genoa Udinese Milan Juventus Chievo Verona Bologna Roma Inter Milan Napoli
    • 33 Top 10 most expensive players 2013/14 €Mio 101 65 60 57 45 45 40 39 38 37 Bale Cavani Falcao Neymar Özil James Fernandinho Illarramendi Willian Higuaín Bale signing is the most expensive of the summer and in football history. The average cost of signings in the top 10 (53,1mio€) is 41% higher than last season Gotze
    • 34 Top 10 most expensive players 2012/13 €Mio 55 42 40 40 40 40 32 31 30 26 Hulk Thiago Silva Javi Martínez Witsel Lucas Hazard Oscar Van Persie Modric Lavezzi * Winter window transfers not included
    • 35 Average value Top 10 European signings last 5 years 44 26 32 38 53 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 Average value of top 10 signings in 2012/13 is 53mio€, setting a new record Mio€
    • 36 Top 5 most expensive players in each league Özil 45 Fernandinho 40 Willian 38 Fellaini 32 Soldado/Lamela 30 Bale 101 Neymar 57 Illarramendi 39 Isco 30 Guilagovi 10 Higuaín 37 Strootman 17 Mario Gómez 16 Benatia 14 Ogbonna 13 Götze 37 Mkhitaryan 28 Thiago 25 Luiz Gustavo 18 Aubameyang 13 Cavani 65 Falcao 60 James 45 Marquinhos 31 Moutinho 25 Mio€
    • 37 Ranking most expensive transfers ever 101 94 72 66 65 65 60 60 59 57 Bale C.Ronaldo Zidane Ibrahimovic Kaka Cavani Figo Falcao F.Torres Neymar €Mio Half of the top 10 most expensive transfers ever have been made by Real Madrid. Also 4 of the top 10 transfers took place this summer (Bale, Cavani, Falcao and Neymar)
    • 38 Usage top 10 European signings 2012/13 91% 77% 67% 64% 61% 58% 56% 54% 53% 21% Van Persie Hazard Oscar Modric Lavezzi Javi Martínez Thiago Silva Witsel Hulk Lucas % Minutes Van Persie is the most profitable signing (number of minutes). Chelsea’s signings (Hazard and Oscar) are both at the top of the list *Winter window transfers not included. Calculated on domestic league minutes **Was transferred in summer but incorporated to the team in winter **
    • 39 1. Background 2. European football 3. La Liga Summer transfers window 2013/14
    • 40 Total player acquisition spending- La Liga Mio€ 270 470 262 360 128 388 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 +303% La Liga has tripled investment in new players to almost 400mio€, 2nd largest ever, as a result of reinvestment of income from sales and extraordinary signing of Gareth Bale by Real Madrid
    • 41 Player acquisition spending- La Liga Mio€ 470 94 262 111 360 245 128 65 388 148 Total Liga Liga excl. FCB & RM 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 Signings by Barça and Real Madrid accounted for 62% of La Liga total (49% in 12/13, 32% in 11/12, 57% in 10/11, 80% in 09/10)
    • 42 New players investment R. Madrid vs FC Barcelona Mio€ 265 112 78 73 55 60 30 33 183 57 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 Both Real Madrid and Barça recuperate growth trend after 3 consecutive years of decline. Season 2009/10 expenditure by Real Madrid is still its highest ever
    • 43 New players spending by team Mio€ 55 60 11 71 22 32 7 2 3 58 8 8 1 30 33 13 1 3 23 6 3 2 4 2 6 1 183 57 34 33 16 15 14 6 5 5 3 3 3 1 1 1 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 Sevilla and Atlético Madrid follow the 2 giants by partially reinvesting income from players sales. 4 teams did not spend any money and 10 spent 3mio€ or less
    • 44 Top 10 on 5 year accumulated investment Mio€ * Winter window transfers not included Real Madrid accounts for 38% of total La Liga players investment of the last 5 years and has spent 82% more than FC Barcelona 611 335 136 103 96 79 57 30 26 19 Real Madrid FC Barcelona At.Madrid Valencia Sevilla Málaga Villarreal At.Bilbao Getafe Granada
    • 45 €Mio Top 10 most expensive players 2013/14 Bale and Neymar signings joined top 10 of most expensive signings ever. 5 of top 10 signings in Spain were made by Real Madrid or FC Barcelona (vs 3 at previous season) 101 57 39 30 10 8 8 8 7 7 Bale Neymar Illarramendi Isco Guilavogui Beñat Pabón Gameiro Bacca Alderweireld Baptistao
    • 46 Top 10 most expensive players 2012/13 €Mio 30 19 14 8 6 5 4 4 4 4 Modric Song Jordi Alba Canales Cissokho El Arabi Kondogbia Vela Pereira Gago D.López
    • 47 Total value of player sales- La Liga Mio€ 245 286 290 183 480 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 Spanish La Liga sold players for 480mio€ at 13/14 summer transfer window, the highest amount in European history
    • 48 Player sales by team Mio€ 17 14 85 39 24 18 20 5 2 8 39 18 30 1 29 1 6 3 4 5 2 40 104 82 78 42 39 37 28 13 12 9 8 7 6 6 4 4 1 1 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 Real Madrid is also the most active team in player sales by releasing Ozil, Higuain, Albiol and Callejón. FC Barcelona is only 7th (Thiago, Villa & Fontás). Sevilla, Atlético Madrid and Valencia, forced to sell their best players
    • 49 Top 10 on 5 year accumulated player sales Mio€ Financial constraints and availability of top players have put At. Madrid and Valencia very close to Real Madrid over a 5 year period. FC Barcelona traditionally more reluctant to sell its best players * Winter window transfers not included 260 220 215 145 122 93 67 65 55 40 Real Madrid At.Madrid Valencia FC Barcelona Sevilla Villarreal Málaga Getafe Espanyol At.Bilbao
    • 50 Sales abroad of national players Mio€ 57 47 17 74 79 115 139 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 Spanish players exports grew for 4th consecutive seasons to 139, the highest number ever *Includes transfers of Liga BBVA and Liga Adelante
    • 51 Total net spending- La Liga €Mio 225 -24 70 -55 -92 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 The highest ever sales at La Liga resulted in a negative net investment of 92mio€, also the highest ever. La Liga moving from “buying” into “selling” type of league
    • 52 Net players spending by team €Mio 79,0 28,9 15,3 10,0 2,8 0,2 0,0 -0,9 -1,0 -3,0 -4,0 -6,1 -7,0 -11,7 -12,8 -27,3 -33,5 -36,0 -45,0 -48,0 Real Madrid and FC Barcelona clearly lead net investment ranking. 13 of 20 teams had higher sales than investment. Most teams did not reinvest their significant income from players sales
    • 53 Net players spending by team 2012/13 €Mio 33,0 12,5 4,5 3,8 3,3 3,0 2,2 1,5 1,0 0,0 -2,6 -3,6 -3,8 -4,7 -5,3 -6,8 -8,5 -17,0 -29,3 -37,5
    • 54 # of signings- La Liga Nº of players 95 53 34 58 31 28 36 37 58 37 58 63 39 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 Loans Signings 126 122 57 147 Signings 0€ 134 The number of new players is the highest of last 5 years. As usual, there is a significant presence of loans and signings at 0 cost * Data of free signings at season 2009/10 not available 155
    • 55 # of exits- La Liga Nº of players 133 126 146 133 155 46 50 58 55 51 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 Loans Signings 176 204 179 188 The number of exits is the highest in recent years. In average, every team released 10 players 205
    • 56 Net # of signings vs exits- La Liga Nº of players -53 -54 -57 -54 -50 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 For the 5th consecutive season, La Liga teams took advantage of the transfer window to reduce the number of players in the pay roll
    • 57 # of signings by team Nº of players 14 10 0 9 11 0 13 9 8 8 13 6 1 5 2 2 6 12 12 0 8 12 0 0 4 4 7 7 7 6 6 6 3 2 4 2 14 13 13 13 12 9 8 8 8 8 7 7 6 5 5 5 5 5 3 1 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 Sevilla has made the biggest squad turnaround of La Liga, with 14 new players and 19 exits. Granada and Rayo Vallecano traditionally among the most active teams. FC Barcelona repeats as team with lowest number of new players *does not include registration in first squad of home grown players
    • 58 # of signings by team and category 9 2 0 1 3 1 0 5 6 5 1 4 3 3 2 3 4 5 1 1 5 5 5 7 2 1 4 1 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 6 8 5 7 7 4 2 2 2 1 0 0 2 2 1 0 Signings 0€ Loans Signings Nº of players
    • 59 Nº of players 14 14 15 10 10 14 10 7 9 10 9 12 14 8 6 22 11 10 6 12 10 10 10 8 9 9 11 12 5 3 14 5 22 19 14 13 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 9 8 8 7 7 7 6 5 4 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 13 teams have released 9 players or more. Granada leads releases ranking again (22). Real Sociedad only saw 4 players leaving the club # of exits by team
    • 60 Net # of signings vs exits Nº. of players 3 2 2 2 1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -3 -3 -3 -3 -4 -4 -5 -5 -6 -6 -9 Granada repeats has the team with highest reduction of players in the squad. The majority of teams (15 out of 20) have now less players in the pay roll
    • 61 Continuity of signings of last season 100% 100% 71% 66% 66% 62% 60% 60% 55% 50% 42% 40% 40% 33% 33% 2/22/2 2/3 3/5 8/13 3/5 5/9 5/12 2/5 2/35/7 2/5 2/6 1/3 3/6 FC Barcelona and Real Madrid, with lower number of signings, are the only teams keeping all signings from previous season *Includes transfers made at winter window
    • 62 1. Technical sheet 2. Summer transfers window 2013/14 3. Squads review La Liga 4. Barça vs Real Madrid 5. Conclusions 6. Annexes: - European Football Finances - Tables - About Prime Time Sport Football Transfer Review 2014
    • 63 % of non national players by league 63,2% 44,9% 49,7% 40,3% 37,9% 63,3% 47,3% 48,6% 39,4% 38,8% 64,0% 52,2% 49,2% 41,1% 36,7% 69,6% 54,4% 45,8% 45,1% 40,2% 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 Non-national players La Liga is still the league that has the highest % of national players. English Premier League the lowest
    • 64 Age Average age of players in squad 28,5 28,4 28,1 27,9 27,7 26,7 26,7 26,7 26,6 26,5 26,2 26,0 25,9 25,8 25,7 25,7 25,6 25,5 25,4 25,4
    • 65 17 17 14 11 10 8 8 7 6 5 5 4 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 Players Home grown players by squad * Players having participated in any youth teams of the club, including reserves (B teams)
    • 66 Average stability of squad- Top 10 3,8 3,1 3,2 2,4 1,7 1,2 1,1 1,3 3,7 3,5 3,3 3,0 1,7 1,3 1,5 1,7 1,6 1,6 4,3 4,2 2,8 2,7 2,3 2,3 2,0 1,7 1,7 1,7 FC Barcelona R.Sociedad At.Bilbao Real Madrid Osasuna Espanyol R.Valladolid Celta Málaga Getafe 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 Barça repeats as the team with most stable squad Years* * Average time of stay in the club
    • 67 Average stability of squad- Bottom 10 Years* 1,2 1,6 0,8 2,0 1,0 1,0 1,01,1 1,8 1,3 2,0 1,2 1,1 0,8 1,43 1,41 1,4 1,2 1,18 1,1 0,91 0,88 0,87 0,75 At.Madrid Villarreal Valencia Granada Almería Sevilla Elche Betis Levante Rayo 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 * Average time of stay in the club
    • 68 1. Technical sheet 2. Summer transfers window 2013/14 3. Squads review La Liga 4. Barça vs Real Madrid 5. Conclusions 6. Annexes: - European Football Finances - Tables - About Prime Time Sport Football Transfer Review 2014
    • 69 Players movement 2012/13 2013/14 2012/13 2013/14 Revenues* (mio€) 470 N/A 517 N/A Profit/Loss* (mio€) 35,9 N/A 32,4 N/A Signings investment (mio€) 33 57 30 183 Player sales (mio€) 0 28 39 104 Net signings investment (mio€) 33 42 -8,5 79 # of signings 2 1 2 5 # of exits 3 7 9 8 Average cost per new player 17 57 15 37 Continuity players signed last season 2/2 2/2 4/5 2/2 Most expensive signing (mio€) Song (19) Neymar (57) Modric (30) Bale (101) * Forecast Real Madrid 2012/13 y FC Barcelona 2012/13
    • 70 Players movement- accumulated 5 years 2009/14 2009/14 Signings investment (mio€) 335 611 Player sales (mio€) 143 260 Net signings investment (mio€) 192 345 Most expensive signing (mio€) Ibrahimovic (66) Bale (101) Most important sale (mio€) Touré (30) Ozil (45) * Seasons 2009/10, 2010/11, 2011/12, 2012/13 y 2013/14
    • 71 2013/14 2013/14 Nº players in First team 25 23 Average age 26,7 25,7 Average stability of squad (Average time of stay in the club) 4,3 2,7 % Foreign players 36% 48% Nº Nationalities 6 7 Home grown players by squad 17 8 New home grown players by squad 2 4 U21 Players 2 6 Squad review
    • 72 # of signings- La Liga 2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 20010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 Van Bronckhorst Larsson Sylvinho Belletti Edmilson Giuly Deco Eto’o Van Bommel Ezquerro Thuram Gudjohnsen Zambrotta Y.Touré Abidal Milito Henry Pinto Piqué Henrique Keita Cáceres Hleb D.Alves Maxwell Keirrison Chygrynskiy Ibrahimovic Adriano Mascherano Villa A.Sánchez Cesc J.Alba Song Neymar
    • 73 8,8 1,5 7,0 2,2 9,5 0,0 0,0 20,8 0,0 26,0 Homegrown player sales FC Barcelona 2004-2014 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Luis García (8,75) Sergio Garcia (1,5) Gabri (0) Motta (2) G. dos Santos (6) Jorquera (0) V.Sánchez (0) Thiago (25) Santamaría (0) Ros (0) Damià (1) ToniCalvo (0,2) Oleguer (3) O.Romeu(5) Fontàs (1) Tortolero (0) Fernando Navarro (6) Crosas (0,5) Jeffren (3.75) Bojan (12) Mio€
    • 74 1. Technical sheet 2. Summer transfers window 2013/14 3. Squads review La Liga 4. Barça vs Real Madrid 5. Conclusions 6. Annexes: - European Football Finances - Tables - About Prime Time Sport Football Transfer Review 2014
    • 75  El mercado europeo de fichajes de verano ha crecido un 40% respecto la temporada pasada, alcanzando un gasto de 2,2bio€, lo que supone un nuevo record histórico en inversión en fichajes a pesar del Financial Fair Play y la crisis económica  Todas las grandes ligas europeas han experimentado un importante crecimiento en el gasto, alcanzando la Premier League, la Ligue 1 y la Bundesliga los valores más altos de su historia. La Premier League ha sido el principal dinamizador del mercado con un gasto de 731mio€, gracias a mayores ingresos por nuevos contratos televisivos. La Liga ha experimentado el mayor crecimiento de Europa liderado por el fichaje de Gareth Bale por el Real Madrid.  La inversión sigue monopolizada por pocos equipos con gran potencial de generación de ingresos, propietarios con gran capacidad económica o equipos que han generado importantes ingresos por la venta de sus mejores jugadores. Los 8 equipos con más inversión representan hasta el 60% de la inversión en Europa.  Los ingresos por venta de jugadores recuperan la tendencia de crecimiento alcanzando 1,6bio€, la cifra más alta desde la temporada 2010/11. La venta de jugadores, junto con mayores ingresos por los contratos televisivos en Inglaterra y mayores premios por participar en la Champions League han ayudado a financiar la inversión en fichajes de los equipos. Conclusiones FTR 2014- verano (1 de 6)
    • 76  La Liga ha vendido cerca de medio billón de Euros en jugadores en esta ventana de verano. Esta es la cantidad más alta de ventas alcanzada por una liga de toda la historia del fútbol, lo que confirma a España como el principal país de producción de talento y desarrollo de jugadores del mundo. Todas las ligas Europeas – exceptuando la Premier League Inglesa – han experimentado un crecimiento en la venta de jugadores.  El dominio de la Premier League es aún superior deduciendo el ingreso por venta de jugadores, con una inversión neta de 470mio€. En el otro extremo, España continúa perdiendo talento y experimenta una inversión neta negativa de 92mio€. De este modo, por segunda temporada consecutiva, los ingresos por ventas han sido superiores a la inversión en nuevos jugadores.  La Serie A es una vez más la más activa en llegadas de jugadores (366), doblando a la Liga que se sitúa en segundo lugar con 156 nuevos jugadores. Cesiones y fichajes a coste cero continúan siendo el formato más utilizado para la incorporación de jugadores y por cuarta temporada consecutiva todas las ligas han experimentado más salidas que incorporaciones.  En el ranking de clubes, el Real Madrid vuelve a ser el club que más ha invertido con 183mio€ (101 en Gareth Bale). El AS Monaco, con su nuevo propietario ruso, alcanza la 2a posición gastando 166mio€. El Tottenham aprovecha la venta de Bale para unirse al top 3. Conclusiones FTR 2014- verano (2 de 6)
    • 77  El Anzhi ruso es el líder europeo en ingresos por venta de jugadores tras un menor compromiso por sus propietarios para continuar invirtiendo de forma importante. El Tottenham (128mio€) alcanza la 2a posición gracias a la venta de Gareth Bale. 3 equipos de La Liga (Real Madrid, Sevilla y Atlético Madrid) se sitúan en el top 10 de ventas de jugadores.  El Real Madrid es el dinamizador indiscutible del mercado Europeo de fichajes en los últimos 5 años, siendo el club con una mayor inversión acumulada (611mio€) y un mayor ingreso por venta de jugadores (260mio€). El Manchester City es el club con mayor inversión neta (inversión en fichajes menos ingresos por ventas) con 435mio€ en 5 años.  El fichaje de Bale (101mio€) es el más caro del verano y de la historia del fútbol. El coste medio de los 10 principales fichajes europeos es de 53,1mio€, un 41% más alto que la temporada pasada. El Real Madrid ha realizado 5 de los 10 fichajes más caros de la historia de Europa. 4 de los 10 fichajes más caros de la historia de Europa han sido realizados este verano (Bale, Cavani, Falcao y Neymar) Conclusiones FTR 2014- verano (3 de 6)
    • 78  La Liga ha triplicado su inversión en nuevos jugadores este mercado de verano alcanzando una cifra de casi 400mio€, la segunda más importante de su historia, gracias a la reinversión de los ingresos generados por las ventas de jugadores y el fichaje de Gareth Bale por el Real Madrid  Los fichajes del Real Madrid (183mio€) junto con los del FC Barcelona (57mio€) continúan concentrando la mayoría del valor, representando un 62% del gasto de La Liga (49% en la 12/13, 32% en la 11/12 y 57% en 10/11). Tanto Real Madrid como FC Barcelona recuperan la tendencia de crecimiento en la inversión después de 3 años de decrecimiento. Los fichajes del Real Madrid representan un 38% del total de La Liga (610mio€) en los últimos 5 años y ha gastado un 75% mas que el FC Barcelona (348mio€) en este periodo.  El Sevilla y el Atletico de Madrid siguen a los 2 gigantes reinvirtiendo parte del ingreso por la venta de jugadores, gastándose 34mio€ y 33mio€ respectivamente. 4 de los equipos de la liga no realizaron ningún gasto en fichajes y 10 ficharon por valor igual o inferior a 3mio€. Conclusiones FTR 2014- verano (4 de 6)
    • 79  Real Madrid (104mio€), Sevilla (82mio€) y Atletico de Madrid (78mio€) ocupan el top 3 de la Liga de ventas de jugadores. El FC Barcelona, habiendo vendido a Thiago, Villa y Fontás es sólo el 7o en el ranking. El Real Madrid también lidera las ventas de los últimos 5 años con 263mio€, seguido por el Atletico de Madrid (220mio€) y Valencia (215mio€). Durante los últimos 5 años, el Real Madrid ha ingresado 81% más que el FC Barcelona en ventas de jugadores.  La venta de jugadores españoles ha crecido por 4º año consecutivo hasta 139mio€, la cifra más alta de la historia (17 en la temporada 2009/10)  La cifra más alta de ventas de la historia de la Liga (480mio€) ha representado una inversión neta negativa de 92mio€, también la más alta de la historia. La Liga ha pasado de ser una liga compradora a una liga vendedora teniendo dificultades para mantener el talento (exceptuando Real Madrid y FC Barcelona). 13 de los 20 equipos de La Liga han vendido más de lo que han invertido en fichajes Conclusiones FTR 2014- verano (5 de 6)
    • 80  El Sevilla es el club con mayores cambios en su plantilla, con 14 llegadas y 19 salidas. Granada y Rayo siguen siendo de los clubes con mayor número de movimientos. El FC Barcelona repite como el equipo con menos incorporaciones (sólo Neymar), en los últimos 10 años nunca había incorporado únicamente un jugador  El FC Barcelona se mantiene como la plantilla más estable de La Liga (4,3 años de media). También tiene el mayor número de jugadores de la cantera (17) en el primer equipo junto al Athletic Bilbao  La Liga BBVA tiene el menor porcentaje de jugadores extranjeros (40,2%) de todas las ligas europeas Conclusiones FTR 2014- verano (6 de 6)
    • 81 1. Technical sheet 2. Summer transfers window 2013/14 3. Squads review La Liga 4. Barça vs Real Madrid 5. Conclusions 6. Annexes: - European Football Finances - Tables - About Prime Time Sport Football Transfer Review 2014
    • 82 Revenue trend top European leagues Mio€ Source Deloitte Annual Review of Football Finance, June 2013 Big five leagues have experimented revenue growth for the 4th consecutive year, except Ligue1 in 2010/11. Revenue ranking remains unchanged and clearly led by Premier League, followed by Bundesliga and La Liga. 2.326 1.575 1.501 1.494 1.048 2.479 1.664 1.622 1.532 1.072 2.500 1.746 1.718 1.553 1.040 2.917 1.872 1.765 1.570 1.136 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12
    • 83 Club European ranking by revenues Mio€ Source: Deloitte Football Money League 2013 While we wait for all teams publishing their 2012/13 results, season 2011/12 saw the same teams in top 6 positions in a ranking lead once again by Real Madrid followed by FC Barcelona 401 366 327 290 245 263 102 197 203 197 439 398 350 323 259 274 153 244 205 225 480 451 367 321 253 251 170 235 154 211 513 483 396 368 323 290 286 257 195 186 Real Madrid FCBarcelona Man.United B.Munich Chelsea Arsenal Man.City AC Milan Juventus Inter 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12
    • 84 1. Technical sheet 2. Summer transfers window 2013/14 3. Squads review La Liga 4. Barça vs Real Madrid 5. Conclusions 6. Annexes: - European Football Finances - Tables - About Prime Time Sport Football Transfer Review 2014
    • 85 Arrivals & exits La Liga 2013/2014 Equipo Altas €Mio Bajas €Mio Neymar Total 57 -57 Fontàs Abidal David Villa Deulofeu Thiago Rafinha Total 1 0 2,1 Ced 25 Ced 28,1 Carvajal Casemiro Isco Illarramendi Bale Total 6,5 6 30 39 101 182,5 Carvalho Callejón R.Albiol Higuaín Kaká Cheryshev Adán Özil Total 0 9,5 12 37 0 Ced 0 45 103,5 Nelson Valdez Javi Fuego Míchel Oriol Romeu Hélder Postiga Dorlan Pabón Total 3 0 0,4 Ced 3 8 14,4 Tino Costa Nelson Valdez Gago Soldado Cissokho Total 7 3 1,7 30 Ced 41,7 Equipo Altas €Mio Bajas €Mio José Giménez Demichelis Baptistao David Villa Roberto Aranzubia Alderwireld Guilavogui Total 0,9 0 7 2,1 6 0 7 10 33 Falcao Silvio Cisma Rubén Micael Joel Rubén Pérez Pulido Cata Díaz S.Asenjo Pizzi Roberto Borja Bastón Demichelis Cabrera Total 60 Ced 0 3 4 Ced 0 0 Ced 6 Ced Ced 5 0 78 Fontàs Charles Nolito Rafinha Aurtenetxe Total 1 1 2,6 Ced Ced 4,6 Roberto Lago Iago Aspas Dani Abalo Bustos Jota Insa De Lucas Total 0 8,2 0 Ced Ced 0 0 8,2
    • 86 Arrivals & exits La Liga 2013/2014 Equipo Altas €Mio Bajas €Mio Chuli Steinhöfer Cedrick Andersen Reyes Joan Verdú Sara Jordi Figueras Dídac Vilà Juanfran Rennella Xavi Torres Total 0,8 0 0 0 0,9 0 Ced 0 Ced 0 0 2,8 4,5 Cañas Adrián Beñat Pozuelo Ezequiel Mario Agra Ángel Casto Fabri Rennella Álex Martínez J.Pereirea Total 0 0 8 0,5 Ced 0 Ced 0 0 0 Ced 0 0 8,5 Raúl Baena Nery Castillo Mojica Saúl Ñíguez Rubén Galeano Larrivey Alberto Bueno Cueva Zé Castro Iago Falqué S.Fernández J.Viera Total 0 0 Ced Ced 0 0 0 0 Ced 0 Ced 0 Ced 0 Javi Fuego Baptistao Piti A.Domíngez Casado Fiménez Delibasic Machado Rafa García Tamudo Total 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 Equipo Altas €Mio Bajas €Mio Beto Rusescu Pareja Jairo Marko Marin Vitolo Bacca Carriço Figueiras Gameiro Cristóforo Iborra Mbia Cherysev Total 2 2,5 Ced 2,5 Ced 3,2 7 Ced 1 7,5 2,3 6 Ced Ced 33,9 Palop Jesús Navas Luna Luis Alberto Espinosa Spahic Del Moral Ibusuki Campaña Negredo Acosta Botía Alexis Medel Hervás Babá Guarente Kondogbia Total 0 17,5 2 8 0 0,4 Ced 0 2 19 0 Ced 0 13 Ced Ced 0 20 81,9 Bergdich Alcatraz Deigo Mariño Omar Bermettler Osorio Rossi Total 0,7 0 0 0 0 0 Ced 0,7 Balenziaga Hernández Alberto Bueno Quique Lázaro Total 0,5 Ced 0 0 0 0,5
    • 87 Arrivals & exits La Liga 2013/2014 Equipo Altas €Mio Bajas €Mio Sérgio da Silva David Barral Xumeetra El Adoua Ivanschitz Jvai jiménez Gomis Nong Babá Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0,3 Ced 0,3 Míchel Munúa Barkero Dudka Iván López Morales Juanlu Roger Iborra Total 0,4 0 0 0 Ced Ced 0 Ced 6 6,4 Balenziaga Etxeita Beñat Kike Sola Mikel Rico Total 0,5 0 8 4 2,8 15,3 F.Llorente Amorebieta Xabi Castillo Igor Martínez Raúl Isma López Zubiaurre Iñigo Ramalho Aurtenetxe Iñigo Pérez Total 0 0 0 0 Ced 0 0 Ced Ced Ced Ced 0 Equipo Altas €Mio Bajas €Mio Roberto Lago Escudero Alexis L.López Total 0 0,5 0 Ced 0,5 Hugo Fraile Mané Barrada Güiza Arizmendi Xavi Torres Miguel Torres Álex Pérez Á.Vázquez Total 0 0 10 0 0 2,8 0,5 Ced Ced 13,3 Jordan Lotiès Joan Oriol De las Cuevas Oriol Riera Silva Total 0 0 1,2 0,7 1,2 3,1 Kike Sola Zabal Timor Nano Annunziata González Rúper Masoud Total 4 0 Ced 0 0 0 0 0 4
    • 88 Arrivals & exits La Liga 2013/2014 Equipo Altas €Mio Bajas €Mio Tissone Santa Cruz Antunes Ferreira Anderson Angeleri Pawlowski Chen El Hamdaoui Total 0 0 1,2 0,5 1 0,2 Ced 0,4 Ced 3,3 Saviola Demichelis Edinho Iturra Joaquín Isco Toulalan Baptista Rubén Recio S.Fernández Total 0 0 0 0 1,8 30 5 0 0 Ced 0 36,8 Stevanovic Gil Sapunaru Toño Del Moral Lombán Cisma Rubén Pérez Botía Carlos Sánchez Javi Márquez Boakye Total Ced Ced 0 0 Ced 0,1 0 Ced Ced 0 Ced Ced 0,1 Montagud Etxeita Xumetra Palanca Linares Pelayo Verdés Flaño Rivas Powel Total 0 0 0 0 0 Ced 0 0 Ced 0 0 Equipo Altas €Mio Bajas €Mio Lanzarote David López Fuentes Abraham Pizzi Sidnei Álex Torje Córdoba Total 0 0,2 0 0 Ced Cedd 0,5 Ced Ced 0,7 Petrov Joan Verdú Baena Amat Forlín Álvarez C.Alfonso C.Gómez Wakaso Albín Luna Total 0 0 0 2,9 3,5 0 Ced Ced 6 0 0 12,4 Perbet Pina Jokic Pantic Gio Dos Santos J.Pereira S.Asenjo Gabriel Total 1,4 5 0 0,3 6 0 Ced 3,3 16 Zapata Senna Mellberg Joan Oriol Truyols Javi Venta Diego Mariño Joselu G.Bordas Juanma Camuñas Total 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
    • 89 Arrivals & exits La Liga 2013/2014 Equipo Altas €Mio Bajas €Mio Gai Assulin Brahimi Iturra Piti Riki Douglas Belkalem Coeff Karnezis Ighalo Foulquier Recio Campos Pereira Widmer Total 0 4 0 0 0 2,3 0 Ced Ced Ced Ced Ced Ced Ced Ced 6,3 Iñigo López Cases Widmer Toño Pudil Kitoko Iriney Anya David de Coz Lucena Gai Assulin Yuste Ferreiro Machí Belkalem Mikel Rico Álex Bernal Toti Santos Siqueira Total 0 0 0,7 0 0 Ced 0 0 0 0 Ced Ced Ced Ced Ced 2,8 0 Ced Ced Ced 3,5 Equipo Altas €Mio Bajas €Mio Dubarbier Óscar Díaz Tébar Rodri Suso Ustari Nélson Torsiglieri Barbosa Total 0 0 0 Ced Ced 0 Ced Ced Ced 0 Charles Diego García Carlos Calvo Bernardello Mejía R.Suárez Abel Total 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Seferovic Abora Granero Oscar Vega Total 3 0 Ced 0 3 Illarramendi Llorente Abora Oscar Vega Total 39 0 Ced Ced 39
    • 90 Home grown players by team Club Canteranos Valdés, Oier, Piqué, Puyol, Bartra, J.Alba, Montoya, Busquets, Xavi, Iniesta, Dos Santos, Sergi Roberto, Cesc, Tello, Pedro, Cuenca, Messi Casillas, Jesús, Diego López, Nacho, Carvajal, Arbeloa, Jesé, Morata Manquillo, Koke, O.Torres, Mario Suárez, Gabi Bernat, Alcácer, Guaita, Gayà, Míchel J.Varas, Julián, Cala, I.Puerto, A.Moreno, Reyes M.González, I.Martínez, Ansotegui, Zubikarai, C.Martínez, Estrada, Elustondo, Bergara, R.Pardo, Zurutuza, Javi Ros, X.Prieto, Griezman, Aguirretxe Iraizoz, San José, Gurpegi, Ekiza, Iraola, Iturraspe, Ibai, Susaeta, Muniain, Aduritz, Herrerin, Laporte, Unai, Etxeita, Saborit, Morán, Beñat Vadillo, Nano Alvaro Garcia Parreño, R.Rodríguez, Capdevila, V.Alvarez, J.Lopez, Tejera, Thievy, Kiko Casilla, Carlos Clerc, David López
    • 91 Home grown players by team Club Canteranos Juan Carlos, Iñiguez, Costa, Gaspar, Bruno, Manu Trigueros, Moises, J.Pereira Jesús Gámez, Portillo, Juanmi, Samu Arroyo S.Alvarez, Tuñez, J.Vila, Hugo Mallo, Oubiña, Alex Lopez, Yoel, D.Costas, Jonny Castro, Levy Madinda, A.Rodríguez Flaño, Echaide, Oier, R.Torres, Puñal, Raoul Loé, Onwu - Hector Rodas Lass Bangoura, Perea Rueda, Baraja Angel Trujillo, Zongo, Azeez
    • 92 Players exits R. Madrid 2004-2014 9,3 45,0 15,2 30,8 66,0 87,5 11,0 16,5 38,5 103,5 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Morientes (9,3) Figo (0) Zidane (-) Helguera (0) A. Gonález (-) Heinze (1,5) Metzelder (0) Garay (5) Altintop (3,5) Ozil (45) Owen (25) Portillo (0) Pavón (0) Cassano (0) Parejo (3) Guti (0) Pedro León (5) Canales (7,5) Higuaín (37) Celades (0) Cobeño (0) Mejía (0) Balboa (4) García (7) Raúl (0) Sarabia (3) Gago (3,5) Albiol (12) Solari (2) Sánchez (0) Bravo (2,3) García (0) Codina (0) Van der Vaart (11) Juan Carlos (2.5) Granero (8) Callejón (9,5) Samuel (18) Arbeloa (1,3) Diogo (4,5) Granero (3) Saviola (5) Fran Rico (1) Diarra (5) Carvalho (0) César (0) Borja (-) Beckham (0) Soldado (6) Cannavaro (0) Drenthe (-) Kaká (0) Juanfran (0,4) R. Carlos (0) Baptista (10) Huntelaar (15) Carvajal (5) Adán (0) Gravesen (3) Diego López (7) Robinho (43) Negredo (15) Joselu (6) Jurado (3) Cicinho (9) De la Red (-) Sneijder (15) González (-) De la Red (3) Robben (24) Ronaldo (7,5) Émerson (5) Torres (2) Salgado (0) Van Nistelrooy (0)
    • 93 Player exits FC Barcelona 2004-2014 14,8 10,0 13,0 14,0 55,0 22,0 69,0 23,8 0,0 28,1 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Cocu (0) Rochemback (1,5) Larsson (0) Van Bronckhorts (0) Edmílson (0) Eto’o (20) Touré (30) V.Sánchez (0) Keita (0) Thiago (25) Santemaría (0) Ros (0) Gabri (0) Saviola (0) Oleguer (3) Gudjohnsen (2) Chygrynskiy (15) Milito (0) Henrique (-) Fontàs (1) Luis García (8,75) Albertini (-) Damià (1) Giuly (4,5) Ronaldinho (25) Jorquera (0) R. Márquez (0) Jeffren (3.75) Villa (2,1) Overmars (-) Riquelme (7) Recber (0) Máxi lópez (2) Ezquerro (0) Sylvinho (0) Henry (0) Bojan (12) Abidal (0) Kluivert (0) Gérard (0) López (-) Belletti (5,5) Deco (10) Ibrahimovic (24) Cáceres (3) Quaresma (6) García (1,5) Navarro (6) Motta (2) Thuram (-) O.Romeu(5) Dani (0) Rodri (0) G. dos Santos (6) Luis Enrique (-) Mark van Bommel (6) Zambrotta (10,5) Reiziger (0) Crosas (0,54) Tortolero (0) Enke (-)
    • 94 1. Technical sheet 2. Summer transfers window 2013/14 3. Squads review La Liga 4. Barça vs Real Madrid 5. Conclusions 6. Annexes: - European Football Finances - Tables - About Prime Time Sport Football Transfer Review 2014
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