The pound rose to its highest value since February on Friday morning as it became clear that the Tories had sealed an overall majority win at the general election.
Sterling rose by more than 2% against the Euro, from €1.35 to €1.38, meaning Premier League sides will be getting better value in the transfer market this summer.
A signing like Manchester United newboy Memphis Depay, with a transfer fee of around €30m, would cost £21.7m today instead of yesterday's figure of £22.2m.
And that could be just the start of the savings. Should the club decide to shell out €40m on the heavily-linkedRead More »from Why the Conservative election win could save Manchester United £500,000