And Brexit has dire consequences for the world of sport, especially football

And Brexit has dire consequences for the world of sport, especially football

These rules are as follows: A player who has played at least 50 percent of international matches in the two years prior to transfer will receive a work permit. Those who do not meet these requirements must obtain at least 24 points according to the new point system.

Eredivisie maximum 5 points

There is already a tough hurdle to overcome: the Dutch Premier League (for both men and women) is ranked in the so-called Band 2, where a maximum of 5 points can be earned. Band 1, for comparison, includes the English Premier League, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, La Liga and Serie A.

So it will not be easy as a young talented player to move from the Netherlands to England and fulfill the dream of the transfer. At the same time, it also means that there is a good chance the good players will remain in the Netherlands. KNVB says in its response that it is still studying the rules and does not want to talk too much about it.

What if the contract expires?

Playing in the tournament, the second division of men’s football in England, poses similar problems. Salaries are good, which is why the switch is so popular. The same applies here: existing contracts are honored, but what if the contract expires? For a contract extension or new contract with another club, the player in question must suddenly meet the new, more stringent requirements of the point system.

Take former PSV player Florian Josefson. He will play in Rotherham this season through a construction lease. The club does not yet know what will happen next. “If we’re satisfied with him and want to offer him a contract, that would be a problem indeed, but honestly, we haven’t looked at it yet.”

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