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London: Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho has warned that the transfer market will look quite different due to the coronovirus fallout, adding that football will not be ready for “crazy numbers”.

Spurs bought Steven Bergvision from PSV in January for £ 27 million ($ 33 ​​million), while breaking their club’s record for allegedly signing Tanguy Ndombele for £ 54 million last year.

But Mourinho believes that the Premier League and other leagues around the world will need a different approach to deal with the financial impact of COVID-19.

“It’s normal that you’re going to have a different market,” the 57-year-old told Sky Sports. “I don’t see the world, and the football world in particular, make up for some of the crazy numbers we use and have some crazy investments that are sometimes used to do some clubs and some leagues .

“But then my first question is: when will the transfer window happen?” Because I don’t think it will be July-August any more, it will obviously go beyond this.

“If you ask me what I want in my club, I would like my club to be what I know it’s going to be: sensible, balanced, not to spend rivers of money, and we Trying to respect the situation, not just football, but the world and society. ”

The Premier League return date has yet to be set and the players have not resumed full contact training.

Top-flight clubs are expected to approve phase two of the training on Wednesday as they will resume after the Premier League postpone in March.

The Bundesliga has already resumed and Mourinho is itching to play again.

“Honestly, ever since the Bundesliga started, the Portuguese League and the Spanish League announced the start date, I think this is the most difficult moment for us, because we want to play,” he said.

“It’s hard to see other countries playing football and we don’t.”

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