PARIS (AFP) – Around Europe, football is waking up from the coronavirus shutdown, but things are different for players and supporters, and it is changing behind the scenes too. While the German Bundesliga returns in stadiums devoid of fans, the sport is preparing for an economic crisis which will impact all levels of the game. That will be particularly visible in the transfer market, where it has become the norm to see leading clubs splash out €100 million (S$155.3 million) fees. Damien Comolli has observed events from afar, having left his role at Turkish club Fenerbahce in January. The former Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur sporting director told AFP he foresees fees dropping by "between 30 and 50 per cent compared to the usual prices, and a reduction of 70-75 per cent in terms of activity". In particular, the loss to clubs from match-day revenue as a result of games being played behind closed doors will impact budgets. When it comes to signing players, those in charge of recrui..