The FRF’s Judicial Bodies’ Approach in Relation to Bridge Transfers

The FRF’s Judicial Bodies’ Approach in Relation to Bridge Transfers
One of the frequently used methods at the international level in order to avoid paying taxes or to reduce the amount of training compensation or solidarity contribution is the so-called bridge transfers.
 

Back in 2014, when the FIFA legal bodies started sanctioning clubs for implementing bridge transfer schemes, FIFA explained through a media release what in their eyes constituted a bridge transfer: “bridge transfers involve clubs collaborating to transfer players through a “bridge” club to a destination club where the player was never fielded by the bridge club.”[1]

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