Braga was the only major club to spend more than in the previous year.
Benfica spent 20.3 million euros between 1 April 2020 and 31 March this year, the highest amount among professional clubs in Portugal, announced the Portuguese Football Federation (FPF).
In the table released today by the FPF, note for the amount spent by SAD of the reds, who as a club spent an additional 61.8 thousand euros, for women’s football.
The value is well above the national champion FC Porto, who spent 15.4 million with intermediaries in transfers and contractual acts, while Braga closes the podium with 9.9 million.
The Minho are above the leader of the championship, Sporting, who disbursed 8.5 million, and were the only one of the main clubs to spend more than in the previous period.
All others decreased, with the eagles being the ones that made the biggest reduction, from 34.2 million to 20.3 million. Dragons dropped from 23.7 million to 15.4 million, and lions went from 15.9 million to 8.5 million.
The only club also above the million euros in the list is Vitória de Guimarães, with 2.3 million, while Portimonense is the only club in the I Liga that does not appear on the table with any business.
The largest amount allocated by a sports society in the II League is that of Estoril, with 246.6 thousand. In the list, note for the 60 thousand euros spent by Santa Cruz Alvarenga, from the districts of Aveiro.
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