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Broadcasters aim to lower Uefa fees after Turkish lira collapse

Media groups beIN and Saran are seeking to renegotiate their Uefa club competition media rights deals in Turkey, as the further depreciation of the Turkish lira against the euro, dollar and pound has inflated their fees by as much as 75 per cent.

Late last year, beIN and Saran agreed deals in principle for rights to the Uefa Champions League and Europa League respectively.

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