Tuesday, 14 July 2015

Man City Hopes Data Driven Transfers Can Slash Fees

Man City are about to spend £49 million on 20 year old Raheem Sterling but hope data analysis will make future transfers much cheaper
One of football’s longest running transfer sagas appears to be reaching a conclusion after Manchester City agreed a £49 million transfer fee for Liverpool’s unsettled winger, Raheem Sterling.
If the deal is completed, it would be the second largest purchase by a British club and would make Sterling the most expensive English player of all time.
But only last week, City Football Group (CFG), parent company of Manchester City, New York City and Melbourne City, was outlining how it believed data-driven player acquisition and monitoring could make it cheaper for Man City to buy quality players and develop home-grown talents.

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Man City Hopes Data Driven Transfers Can Slash Fees

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