Setting aside which division we are going to be in next season (Championship, obviously!), I was reading an article - Bristol City connected - talking about Championship budgets for next season. Forgetting those relegated from the PL. the author was referring to one of the sides in the top 6 play off places already having set next season's summer transfer budget at £1m, and was suggesting that was likely to be at the higher end of clubs within the division. Obviously a result of the impact of the pandemic on clubs' finances. The reporter stated that Bristol City were soon to release 'awful' financial figures, a lot of their squad are out of contract, and players (generally) have a very low resale value (as clubs can't afford to buy). Interesting times ahead, and a club - like Bristol City - on a downward slide, may be one team that is likely to be suffering next season. Suspect others will be the same - Blackburn, maybe? It will certainly be a different market to usual. Again, may be a good season for clubs coming up from League 1? Sunderland - if they can do it - in particular, with their 20+ year old billionaire?