Alberto Cerri (1 Viewer)


May 3, 2012
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loan with obligation is rather a financial/accounting technique that helps the loaner with a lower amortization. (1st year: 100% of the loan fee is the amortization for that year, which is usually lower than the amortization after actually buying the player. for instance, we loaned douglas costa from bayern for a fee of 6m, then we bought the player for 40m on a 4-year contract, so the yearly amortization is 10m.)
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But since it's technically still a loan he should still be considered part of the squad, no?
 

s4tch

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But since it's technically still a loan he should still be considered part of the squad, no?
in serie a: yes
in uefa competitions: no :D

that's why you should consider two access lists and treat rugani (spinazzola, mandragora) as a homegrown player in serie a, and as an association grown player in europe.
 

Durden

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Anybody knows what the obligation fee will be next year?
 

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