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Each chat lasted 15 minutes before the buzzer would sound, and two women would then strut down the aisles holding up a number, signalling the next session was about to start. Among those taking part in the networking event was the former FA Technical Director Dan Ashworth who has now taken up a similar role at Brighton and former Chelsea and Tottenham Director of Football Frank Arnesen. I think Frank [Lampard] will put a very good squad together and they will challenge again for the championship".
Speaking about Chelsea's transfer ban, Arnesen - now with Anderlecht - told : "Obviously it is not easy, but on the other hand some young players on loan have done well. Transfer Room, which organised the networking event, is offering a new approach for clubs where a yearly subscription is paid in return for contacts and information on potential players.
“By letting us communicate directly with other clubs, it removes all the ‘maybes’ and keeps it simple to a ‘yes’ or ‘no’.” The company charges clubs a subscription to use the service which allows them to see which players are available to loan or buy and/or to let it be known what they are looking for and what they have available.
Other fans include Sevilla sporting director Monchi and his Leeds counterpart Victor Orta, who initiated five deals through Transfer Room in the summer of 2018.
And crucially, those pesky agents were nowhere to be seen. Attendees listened attentively as Tom Vernon told how he went from a teenage coach in Ghana, to Manchester United African scout, to owner of FC Nordsjaelland where he has sold more than £30million worth of players in five seasons.
Brentford director of football Rasmus Ankersen said: “We clubs end up paying way too much in intermediary fees because we have no transparency over what players are available, what the prices are. Then it was down to business as some of football’s biggest deal-makers filtered through to the long centenary room that overlooks the pitch.
Everton chief scout Gretar Steinsson said: “Transfer Room has become a big part of what I do.In a room overlooking the pitch at Stamford Bridge, rows and rows of tables and chairs had been meticulously laid out to allow scouts and top executives to meet their counterparts from other clubs.Some had laptops out, showing videos of players, others exchanged handshakes and business cards, but everyone had their own agenda.Representatives locked horns mano-e-mano before a bell would ring and it was onto the next quarter-of-an-hour session.Business cards were exchanged, there were more handshakes than a politician on an election campaign and with as many languages spoken as at an EU convention.