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English Teams Set New Transfer Record, Fans Back To Stadiums

​English clubs spent a huge £1.15billion on transfer fees this summer, more than teams in Spain, Germany and France combined. The Premier League's biggest clubs accounted for the bulk of the money spent, with Manchester City splashing out £100m on Jack Grealish alone, while Manchester United paid £73m for Jadon Sancho. (Daily Mail)

​The number of spectators allowed in Spanish stadiums has been increased to 40%. Therefore, around 40,000 fans will be present against Bayern at the Camp Nou. (Mundo Deportivo)

​The Brazilian FA are now considering whether to ask FIFA to invoke the five-day rule which sees players who fail to link up for national team duty then banned for a brief period from featuring for their clubs. (The Times)

​Inter CEO Marotta: “We’re in well advanced talks to extend Lautaro Martinez contract as with other players too. We’re confident - there’s no problem on contract situations”, he said to Sky. Brozovic and Perisic are currently out of contract in June 2022. (Fabrizio Romano)

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