52.2 Unless otherwise stated: an addendum of a sale clause in an agreement reached after 1 July 2015 between a Transferor Club and a Transferee Club (only member clubs and not other clubs) must be interpreted to include all loan fees received from this Transferee Club in the amounts received by the Transferor Club under the sale clause (if it exists) ( Copies of the latest manuals can be seen here in the CPS Readers` Administration section. In summary, however, clubs are reminded that each sales tax on sell-on contained in a financial agreement is calculated on the basis of the distribution of the surplus on the basis of the assumption of the percentage of the surplus and the payment to the third party according to the share of the payment received by the selling club. Clubs are free to negotiate an alternative sell-on-fee agreement (for example. B if the third league receives all of its sales costs in the event of a transfer or if the selling club gets its money back before the third-party club receives one of its funds). In the past, the EFL has made a number of findings regarding whether regulation 46 authorization should be granted both under this Regulation and in light of the application of Regulation 50 and 114. The following examples are offered as a guide, but each application is considered on the effective date on its own merits: Player Acquisition Options. The EFL will allow a club to enter into a transfer option for a player at a later date, provided that he is subject to the player`s agreement at the time of exercise of the option, prior authorization under Regulation 46.3 and agreement with a club or club in another division. In addition, EFL clubs and a player who will receive a standard loan will allow for the inclusion of a permanent player acquisition option at a later date to establish agreements between the new club and the player who binds them to a standard contract if the option is exercised. Buyback clauses.
The EFL does not accept redemption clauses in financial agreements, but it is acceptable to have an option to respond to any offer made by another club for that player. One of the options on the table is proposed in a leaked internal document that was presented to the FIFA coronavirus working group. The document recommends extending current contracts for players and coaches until the end of the extended national football season and changing transfer windows to reflect new season dates. Clubs should bear in mind that the League reserves the right to require an audit certificate to establish that the terms of a loan agreement have been met. A formal loan agreement must be entered into with the player. This loan agreement must: The only situations in which an agreement has been reached concern known serious illnesses that may have to stop, for example. B heart disease. Faced with this, what are the possibilities for players when faced with a club that wants to impose a salary cut without their consent? If the club actually continues to deduct money from a player`s wages (or as in the case of the Reds players above, to make another step like removing him from training), then he may decide to treat these actions as a negative violation and terminate the contract as the Reds players did. Alternatively, a player may decide to ”stand up and sue” – i.e.
continue to work for the club, but then claim reduced compensation in an action for contractual or legal damages (or possibly as illegitimate deductions on wages in the labour court).