Football News: Will FIFA Have A ‘Third Transfer Period’?

Football News: The World Football Federation (FIFA) may offer a third transfer to help the club recover when football resumes operations after the pandemic crisis.

Football News: Will FIFA Have A 'Third Transfer Period

Will FIFA have a ‘third transfer period?

World football is now seriously affected by the global pandemic and is still in the postponement of competition indefinitely. The schedule for the rest of the season, the personnel plan for the next season is seriously affected, making FIFA, the European Football Federation (UEFA), member associations as well as teams difficult. in arranging and organizing.

Besides arranging the schedule to end the season in the most reasonable way, the contract extension and transfer are also planned by FIFA, UEFA as well as the teams. Not so long ago, FIFA issued a recommendation to allow clubs to keep players who are about to expire until the end of the season in that country.

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As such, players playing in Europe will expire on June 30 will still be allowed to play for the host teams when the tournament returns. This is considered a completely suitable problem for FIFA.

Football News: Will FIFA Have A 'Third Transfer Period

Following the above recommendation, FIFA is also planning to adjust the transfer issue of the teams. Accordingly, the most powerful agency in world football can propose a “third transfer”.

The head of FIFA‘s legal department, James Kitching, told German ARD Sportschau not long ago: “We are looking into the possibility of a third transfer.”

This plan means that the third transfer will allow heavily affected teams to reduce the load on the players as well as offset some of their losses. However, according to Mr. Kitching, the time for the transfer will not change, ie not exceeding 16 weeks.

“This will be dealt flexibly as long as the whole 16-week transfer period is not extended,” Mr. Kitching added.

PSG can lose Cavani, Neymar, Mbappe and half of the main squad

PSG is about to experience the biggest upheaval since it was invested by Qatar owners. With many pillars entering the final year of the contract, the Paris team will have to replace it with a bunch of new stars.

Football News: Will FIFA Have A 'Third Transfer Period

The first case is Edinson Cavani. The Uruguayan striker is the most beloved player at PSG. However, he is 33 years old and can no longer maintain his top form.

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This season, Cavani has only played 22 matches in all competitions this season, scoring 7 goals and 3 assists. The main stone position regularly belongs to Mauro Icardi and Cavani considering the departure from the winter transfer period but failed. There is no shortage of big clubs wanting to sign Cavani and his mother recently revealed the striker wants to go to Spain to play.

Another pillar almost certain to leave after this season is captain Thiago Silva. After eight seasons of battle with the French team, Silva has won countless victories and it is time to say goodbye from old age.

We currently believe Barca wants to sign a short-term contract with Silva, but it seems he wants to return to Milan. For PSG, they will have to look for a new leader in the defense.

Another case out of contract is right-back Thomas Meunier. The Belgian wants to stay but PSG is not excited and is looking for a more quality factor like Adam Marusic of Lazio. In January, Meunier turned down Dortmund and he was considering other stops this summer.

The last player in the final months of his contract with PSG is Layvin Kurzawa. Sports director Leonardo wants to bring in Alex Telles of Porto instead, while Kurzawa is also being contacted by Sevilla.

In addition to the four players who are out of contract, PSG is also considering with Angel Di Maria, who has only one year left. The Argentine still has certain contributions and the leadership will make a decision to extend or not depending on the developments on Techmart.

But the biggest concern for the French champions is the future of the two biggest stars, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe. In the case of not being able to keep both, the Prince of the Park will prioritize “tied” Mbappe.

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