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  • #16
    Article 21 Solidarity Mechanism. If a professional is transferred before the expiry of his contract any club that has contributed to his education and training shall receive a proportion of compensation paid to his former club (solidarity contribution).

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    • #17
      We had a similar thing with Sterling,when he moved to City we got a percentage of the fee!
      I came here to chew gum and kick ass,and I'm all outta gum!

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      • #18
        Originally posted by qprjeff1882 View Post

        Unless you are Paladini doing the negotiating

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        • #19
          Originally posted by andythefish View Post
          We had a similar thing with Sterling,when he moved to City we got a percentage of the fee!
          Correct. The thick end of 10m quid I think. I believe it is one of the largest sell-on fees ever earned.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by CroydonCaptainJack View Post

            Correct. The thick end of 10m quid I think. I believe it is one of the largest sell-on fees ever earned.
            We sold Sterling to Liverpool and wanted a % of the profit they made. This is different to Stevenage selling Freeman to Bristol and getting a % of the fee they earned, plus a % of the fee the buying club makes when they sell. I have never heard of this type of % of profit, done for two transfers. I can only imagine that when Bristol should have paid a % of the transfer to Stevange, Bristol instead arranged a % of the profit should QPR sell Freeman, and they offered this to Stevenage instead of cash. So we might have to pay x% of the profit we make on selling Freeman (whatever x is) and though officially we pay Bristol, Bristol will effectively owe this to Stevenage.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Southport View Post

              We sold Sterling to Liverpool and wanted a % of the profit they made. This is different to Stevenage selling Freeman to Bristol and getting a % of the fee they earned, plus a % of the fee the buying club makes when they sell. I have never heard of this type of % of profit, done for two transfers. I can only imagine that when Bristol should have paid a % of the transfer to Stevange, Bristol instead arranged a % of the profit should QPR sell Freeman, and they offered this to Stevenage instead of cash. So we might have to pay x% of the profit we make on selling Freeman (whatever x is) and though officially we pay Bristol, Bristol will effectively owe this to Stevenage.
              Yes, it does sound unusual but not impossible.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by andythefish View Post
                We had a similar thing with Sterling,when he moved to City we got a percentage of the fee!
                So 3 clubs involved yeah....the buyer (City) the seller (liverpool) and us

                Therefore it will be whoever we sell to, us and Bristol City.....

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                • #23
                  Apparently Bradley Dack is worth 15 mil. So how much Freeman? Knowing our lot about 2 mil.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by knocker View Post
                    Apparently Bradley Dack is worth 15 mil. So how much Freeman? Knowing our lot about 2 mil.
                    IMO Dack was one of the best players in the league last season.

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