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Discussion in 'Transfer forum' started by Daz_Blue, 4 Jul 2017.
Thanks for the reply PB and Blueco-op, was just curious.
If we've signed these 2 I see another transfer ban coming on.
Sorry to be pedantic, but if it's UEFA Fair Play or some such oxymoronic rules we are worried about then it's surely the Income Statement, not the Balance Sheet we would look at?
Surely as most clubs don't pay the full amount up front, the profit for any sales couldn't go straight into the accounts but would be staged.
I don't know if this is relevant as it doesn't include this summer's transfers (although I guess the first post covers that) but, it can give us an approximation of what the owner has been contributing since arriving.
Anyway yeah, I saw this on another forum...
all transfer prices taken from transfermarkt
all wages info taken from City's annual accounts
Wages: £82,630.00 (may '09)
Wages: £133,000.000 (may '10)
Wages: £174,000.000 (may '11)
Wages: £201,800.000 (may '12)
Wages: £216,000.000 (may '13)
Wages: £233,000.000 (may '14)
(new £200,000.000 training centre installed '14)
Wages: £193,800.000 (may '15)
Wages: £198,000.000 (may '16)
I get the feeling the point of this thread was simply to track the net spend in this transfer window rather than talk about the effect on the balance sheet/income statement.
But that figure is irrelivent to the balance sheet ( thread title). amortisation and wages paints a very different picture to the crude in and outs used by the likes of sky. Our transfer balance figure may amount to 150m but it does not necessarily mean we have spent more.
Released around £19m off the wage bill if the below are close to reality
Caballero 20k p/w
Sagna 100k p/w
Zabaleta 100k p/w
Navas 75k p/w
Clichy 80k p/w
I get that (i'm a part qualified accountant) My point is that I think the OP has just used the wrong terminology in the thread title and regardless of whether you think it's a worthy exercise or not, I think he just wanted to track reported net spend in this transfer window.