With the January transfer window fast approaching, clubs up and down the country will be looking to improve their squads for what is arguably the most competitive season in Premier League history.
Will Arsenal manager Unai Emery buy that much needed centre-back? Will bottom side Fulham splash the cash to save them from the drop? Will Manchester United back their new boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the transfer market? These are the sort of questions that all football fans will be asking, but more importantly, these are the sort of topics which the media will be speculating on.
Football Index pays out a daily dividend to the footballer that has been talked about the most in the media on that day, also known as a Media Dividend. Plenty of traders have capitalised on the media’s fixation on transfers in the past, making the January transfer window one of the most opportunistic months on the football stockmarket.
We have already seen the prices on players like Real Madrid’s Isco and Lyon’s Houssem Aouar skyrocket in the past week with the pair of them linked with a move to the Premier League over the coming month. Isco’s stock has risen by 10.6 per cent or £0.56, with the 20-year-old French sensation’s share price increasing by 7.2 per cent or £0.27 in the past seven days.
Football Index allows customers to buy and sell shares in the world’s top footballers like commodities on a stock exchange. Traders can earn dividends on both media and Opta powered performance metrics from their portfolio of footballers. The share prices are dictated purely by demand, with profit potential in every trade.