As we approach the start of the 2017 transfer window, soccer transfer news continues to trickle out.
With transfers now a $15 billion business in the United States, and more than a quarter of MLS clubs reporting that they are now in the process of completing transfers, this year will be the year that soccer transfer rumors really take off.
It’s important to understand that a transfer isn’t an “unpaid” fee for a player to move to another club.
It’s just a new, higher level of playing time that a player receives.
There’s a big difference between a player’s contract, or “pay-day,” which can be anywhere from a few months to years, to the player being sold on for a “totals” fee of $40 million, which is the sum of their salary, transfer fees, bonuses, and other incentives.
A transfer fee is a number on the player’s transfer sheet that is calculated by the player and is used to buy out a player, transfer him to another team, or pay him another contract extension.
The most common types of transfer fees are transfer fees of between $10 million and $20 million, but many other transfer fees can be found.
Transfer fees are also a big part of the equation in MLS, where players receive a huge amount of transfer fee money on a player transfer, and can then use the money to build a roster.
For example, in 2015, MLS players received $5.4 million in transfer fees from their respective clubs.
In 2016, the amount was closer to $8 million.
In 2017, MLS transfer fees jumped from $10.4 to $15.4 billion.
The amount of money a player can earn on a transfer in 2017 has increased over the past five years, from around $500,000 in 2015 to around $1.6 million in 2017.
This is an increase of nearly 5 million, or 10% over the last five years.
The number of transfer-related fees also increased from $3.2 billion in 2015 and $3 billion in 2016 to $4.3 billion and $5 billion in 2017, respectively.
With this influx of transfer money, the MLS Transfer Fee Finder is now available, a tool that lets you see how much a transfer fee has changed over time.
This tool allows you to see how a player earned a transfer-fee, or transfer fee increase, on a given transfer in MLS.
The average MLS transfer fee in 2017 was around $3 million, a 10% increase over the previous year.
It also jumped from just $500k to around one million.
Of course, these figures don’t take into account the various incentives, such as a player earning a contract extension, or signing a lucrative multi-year deal with another club, or having a significant other transfer.
For the sake of comparison, here’s the average MLS player transfer fee over the same five years: