LaLiga launches ‘Transfer Tracker’, a tool to help all football clubs collect training compensation
Today, LaLiga announced the launch of ‘Transfer Tracker’, a service developed with Sevilla FC which aims to help football clubs recover financial compensation linked to training and the solidarity mechanism towards training clubs.
Even if the national federations are already helping clubs (especially amateurs) to help them receive training compensation, this new tool should arouse the curiosity of many clubs, especially in France.
The offer is enough to make your mouth water. LaLiga Tech estimates there are over $1.2 billion in unclaimed player transfer compensation that clubs can now recover. The service is remunerated only with a percentage of the sums that will be collected by the clubs (which therefore do not advance any costs).
Current regulations state that when a player is transferred, the club that trained him can claim up to 5% of the transfer value.
For two years, Sevilla FC teams used the system which identified 700 player transfers that involved players trained at the club. In total, the Spanish club recovered more than one million euros. Under current FIFA rules, clubs can claim these sums on all transfers for which final payments have been made in the last two years.
“We created Transfer Tracker to help clubs of all sizes discover and receive this extra income, without needing to invest their own time and resources” explains Marcos Gonzalez, value proposition manager at LaLiga Tech.
For clubs wishing to find out more about this service, go here
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