Thursday, July 19, 2018
EUROPEAN FOOTBALL CLUBS CAN ONLY HAVE THREE PLAYERS WHO ARE NOT FROM THE E..U. COUNTRIES.
According to U.E.F.A and F.I.F.A rules a European club can only have three players at the club who are not from the EUROPEAN UNION countries. Some clubs do have a problem over this issue. Let us take Barcelona for example here. Now Barcelona had Philippe Coutinho, Paulinho, Arthur and the Colombian defender Riya Mena. Now they had four players from none European Union countries mostly Brazil. To solve their problem Barcelona decided to release Paulinho and they also plan to either to sell or give their Colombian defender Riya Mena on a loan deal or on a deal wit a buy out clause put on his sale deal. But they did things even better Philippe Coutinho had applied for Portuguese passport as his Aina is from Portugal. Now he has got a letter saying that his passport will be posted to him soon. Now that means Barcelona will have place to buy another none European union player.