FIFA 18 Ultimate Team Tips - Trading & Earn Coins Guide (Transfer Market) - FUT 18 / futmt.com（http://www.futmt.com）：FIFA says deal close to resolve transfer system complaint?
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FIFPro, which has campaigned to let players terminate contracts after going unpaid for several weeks, cautiously welcomed its constructive talks with FIFA.
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It was an issue that was stewing for a long, long, long time, FIFA vice president Victor Montagliani told reporters after chairing the meeting. Because of our impetus they came to an agreement.
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Another shared goal is enforcing cases more efficiently with a clearer path to applying sanctions. Players can wait many months and even years pursuing claims for unpaid wages in FIFA judicial bodies.
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Then, a European Court of Justice ruling gave players more freedom to move within the European Union and drove up salaries by letting clubs sign out-of-contract players without paying a transfer fee.
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(Its) premature to discuss what might happen next regarding our legal complaint against the transfer system, or any prospective deal until we are satisfied with the proposals put forth, the Netherlands-based union said.
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FIFA has been open to reviewing a transfer system which has seemed weighted in vor of wealthy clubs and was widely criticized in the European summer trading window. Salary caps, limits on squad sizes and restricting loan deals have been suggested.
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FIFAs ruling council must approve the accord next week at a meeting in India. A new draft of transfer regulations could then be put to the Council next March in Zurich, clearing FIFPro to drop its complaint case.
Representing 65,000 players, FIFPro had suggested its September 2015 filing threatened the biggest upheaval in transfer rules since the Bosman case in 1995.
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After a meeting Thursday of the FIFA stakeholders committee, soccers world governing body said a tentative agreement relating to unpaid player wages and transfer fees reached with FIFPro, European clubs and a global leagues group can help end the dispute next year.
However, talking points such as club salary caps, allowing an extra Copa America tournament in 2020 on the international match calendar, and issues around the 2022 World Cup in Qatar were not raised.
The tentative accord FIFA announced Thursday seeks to amend complex transfer regulations and better protect players and clubs from unpaid salaries and transfer fees.
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ZURICH (AP) A complaint to the European Commission challenging soccers transfer market is set to be withdrawn by the global group of players unions, according to FIFA.
The session also discussed changing rules that govern players eligibility for national teams and switching allegiance, FIFA said.
Delegates at FIFA headquarters Thursday included English Premier League CEO Richard Scudamore and two-time Champions League winner Edwin van der Sar, now CEO at Ajax.
A formal complaint that the trading system is anti-competitive, unjustified and illegal was filed in Brussels two years ago by FIFPro.