By Danny Gallagher For Mailonline
Published: 09:57 BST, 1 July 2019 | Updated: 09:57 BST, 1 July 2019
Premier League clubs have been handed a boost in the market, after changes to the ruling in the transfer window freed up additional budget for player wages.
Each summer, and January, teams compete against each other to acquire the best talent while adhering to recruitment guidelines and spending within their means.
With Financial Fair Play (FFP) forever looming over top level sides, Premier League teams have always been cautious when taking to the market. Now, however, a rule keeping check on wage bill increases has been removed.
Daniel James signed for Manchester United and received a huge rise from his Swansea salary
The change will also assist Manchester City in their pursuit for Atletico Madrid's Rodri
As of July 1, an adjustment to the ruling system has increased the scope for clubs to buy players, as report the Times.
As part of the transfer window, clubs have been governed clubs and somewhat limited by Short Term Cost Control (STCC), which was brought into play in 2013.
The STCC meant that any 12-month increase in player wages of above £7m had to be funded by new commercial deals.
This however has now been dropped, meaning clubs have more room for manoeuvre when it comes to agreeing wage deals with players.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka took in the region of a 1000 per cent rise on his wages joining United