Superliga club will ensure: Fear transfermillioner

Coronakrisen has hit the League hard. There are no revenues from tickets for entrance, CHRONICALLY Group does not want to pay the tv money, as long as there n

Superliga club will ensure: Fear transfermillioner

Coronakrisen has hit the League hard. There are no revenues from tickets for entrance, CHRONICALLY Group does not want to pay the tv money, as long as there n

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
18 mart 2020 Wednesday 09:00
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Superliga club will ensure: Fear transfermillioner

Coronakrisen has hit the League hard.

There are no revenues from tickets for entrance, CHRONICALLY Group does not want to pay the tv money, as long as there not played football, and now fear FC Nordsjælland, to some club transfermillioner is in danger.

Our model is very much dependent on our ability to develop and sell talented football players.

- But the vast majority of the money, we have sold players for the last year, are now receivable in the countries, which are even harder hit by the crisis, than we are in Denmark, says FC Nordsjælland-director Søren Kristensen in a press release.

FC Nordsjælland have within the recent past, among other things, sold stortalenterne Andreas Skov Olsen and Mikkel Damsgaard to Italian football for the total of almost 100 million. kr.

You also have the money to Celta Vigo, after the Spanish club in winter sold the former FCN-profile Stanislav Lobotka to Naples.

FC Nordsjælland continue to have money for the good of Stanislav Lobotka. Photo: Jens Dresling
Farum-the club had a videresalgsklausul on slovakken, which secured them at least 30 million. kr. On the paper.

The question is how clubs such as Bologna, Sampdoria and Celta come out on the other side of the coronakrisen.

Both Italy and Spain are hard hit, and it is the best League also.

FC Nordsjælland have taken the consequence and Wednesday notified all employees - with the exception of a very few key personnel and the League-the squad - that they shall cease all work and remain at home.

The staff will, with the support of the government's third party agreement to get paid their full salary and can return to their work, when the FCN call them back.

- Jobs in the FCN is threatened, if we do not show a sense of responsibility and diligence. In this situation we have therefore decided to seek the government's tredjepartsordning, where our employees get completely free from work and should stay home, but in return we can guarantee their wages and the workplace going forward, as it looks now.

- A guarantee we would not be able to provide without this decision, says FC Nordsjælland-director Søren Kristensen in the press release.

the Superliga squad in Farum-the club are currently not a part of the trepartsordningen, but FC Nordsjælland, along with the organization of division - initiated a dialogue with Spillerforeningen to find the best possible solution, so players can be to secure jobs.

the Players, the risk, in other words, that should go down in wages.

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