"The actual increase in the team is probably less than 5 percent and that's what you're searching for now. "You're searching for just a small percentage and having to pay millions and in some cases hundreds of millions for that little difference." Allardyce, who stepped down as England manager after only one match in charge last September, said he could be tempted back into managing a national side.
Sam Allardyce says rising transfer spending is making the job of manager "increasingly difficult".https://t.co/tvFBN44S3S pic.twitter.com/W5f6buBnXq — BBC Sport (@BBCSport) July 28, 2017
Sam Allardyce on is future: "United, Chelsea & Arsenal aren't going to come in for me so international football would be a good challenge." pic.twitter.com/jFaSWyt9Us — Squawka News (@SquawkaNews) July 28, 2017"It would depend on the opportunity and how successful that international team can be." In almost 20 years of managing in England's top division, Allardyce never once experienced relegation.
He's glad he's out of it!Sam Allardyce has spoken about the amount of money of being spent this summer.https://t.co/RTK1LxrAFG pic.twitter.com/MOS8mK4RYc — BBC Sport (@BBCSport) July 27, 2017