Icardi to Atlético?

first_imgAt this time the Parisian club would have asked him a downgrade to Inter in the footballer’s purchase price, whose clause is 70 million. Ahead still month and a half to exercise the purchase option on the Argentine. While, Juventus also closely follow Icardi’s movements, who has scored 20 in 31 games with PSG this season. “Atlético de Madrid also comes into play for the future of Mauro Icardi“with these words Tuttosport puts Mauro Icardi back in Atlético’s orbit. A rumor that does not stop growing in recent days in the English press. Last summer, when Simeone was looking to close his squad with a striker, the name of the Argentine striker was firmly considered at the offices of the Wanda Metropolitano. Finally Inter transferred it one season with the option to purchase to Paris Saint Germain (PSG).“The Spanish club had already been interested in the Argentine forward at the end of last season, at the moment of maximum tension between the player and the Inter. Now the mattresses could represent the striker’s surprise landing, if Maurito and his wife-agent Wanda Nara prefer to leave Paris“, details Tuttosport in your information. The idea of ​​PSG is to sign the Argentine striker and then get a capital gain, but the crisis caused by the coronavirus also affects him. last_img read more

Cardiff City Face Transfer Ban over Non-payment of Emiliano Sala’s Fee: FIFA

first_img banCardiff CityEmiliano SalaFIFA First Published: November 4, 2019, 7:28 PM IST Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. Cardiff City face a three-window transfer ban unless they pay French club Nantes the first instalment for the transfer of Emiliano Sala who died in a plane crash on his way to join the Welsh club, world governing body FIFA said on Monday.FIFA released the full reasoning for their September decision that Cardiff must pay the agreed first instalment of 6 million euros (£5.2 million) to Nantes. After signing for Cardiff for £15 million in January, Sala was travelling to Wales from the French club when his plane crashed in the English Channel.The body of the 28-year-old Argentine striker was recovered nearly three weeks later after an underwater search found the wreckage.FIFA’s Players’ Status Committee said that if Cardiff does not pay the six million euros within 45 days of receiving bank details from Nantes, “A ban from registering any new players, either nationally or internationally, for the maximum duration of three entire and consecutive registration periods shall become effective”.The ban for three transfer windows would be lifted if Cardiff complied with the ruling in the meantime.Cardiff City did not immediately respond to a request for comment but the club had previously stated they intend to take the matter to the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Switzerland.”Cardiff City FC is extremely disappointed at the decision of the Players’ Status Committee to award against the club,” the Welsh club said after the initial verdict.”It would appear the committee has reached its conclusion on a narrow aspect of the overall dispute, without considering the full documentation presented by Cardiff City FC to FIFA.”Nevertheless, there remains clear evidence that the transfer agreement was never completed in accordance with multiple contractual requirements which were requested by Nantes, thereby rendering it null and void.”FIFA’s ruling argued that the transfer had been officially completed before Sala’s death and therefore Cardiff remained obliged to make agreed payments.The club, relegated from the Premier League to the second-tier Championship last season, had argued that the circumstances surrounding Sala’s death, in a plane organised by an agent who brokered the transfer, meant Nantes were liable for damages caused to them. last_img read more