In the midst of the summer transfer market, a fundamental turning point may come for the lists, starting with the next transfer market: players from the United Kingdom may no longer appear as non-EU players, in the wake of what is already happening with Swiss players, treated as EU players. A move hoped for by Lega Serie A and which has now found the side of the FIGC, even if it would not start from this transfer market session.
SERIE A, LISTS AND NON-COMMUNITY: THE SITUATION TEAM BY TEAM
THE REQUEST – The Federal Council which took place today, by virtue of the commercial cooperation agreements between the EU and Great Britain, resolved to ask CONI to treat players from the United Kingdom as EU players, thus exempting them from entry quotas. If it materialises, this change could drastically change the strategies on the market….
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