Chelsea to respond to UEFA’s ‘transfer payment installment trick’

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Reporter Kim Dong-ho = The European Football Federation drew a knife to Chelsea’s transfer fee installment scheme. We are reviewing a plan to set the installment period up to 5 years.

Chelsea are currently in the midst of a storm in the winter transfer market. He signed an eight-and-a-half-year contract with Mihailo Mudrik until 2030, and signed a long-term contract with central defender Badiacil until 2030. He signed a 7-year contract with Popana and a 7-year-6-month contract with Madueke. 스포츠토토

The reason for this long-term contract is to comply with Financial Fair Play (FFP). For example, Mudric’s transfer fee is 100 million euros. But with Mudric under contract for 7 years and 6 months, Chelsea can calculate the 100 million euro split in 7 installments, leaving 13.3 million euros a year.

Other players who signed long-term contracts with Chelsea were for the same reason. It is Chelsea who actively uses the ‘installment concept’ to comply with FFP.

But UEFA wasn’t watching this idly. According to a report by ‘The Times’, UEFA is showing a move to set the deadline for splitting the transfer fee to a maximum of five years. Nevertheless, Chelsea are known to be planning to sign several additional players in the winter transfer window.

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