Canada Werner-Transfer rinses money into the cash register of VfB Stuttgart

10:40  10 august  2022
10:40  10 august  2022 Source:   pressfrom.com

test for the league? VfB wins without Kalajdzic and Sosa

 test for the league? VfB wins without Kalajdzic and Sosa It could be good that the prelude in the DFB Cup was already a personnel anticipation of the upcoming season in the Bundesliga. After all, it is still likely that VfB Stuttgart will also hand over the striker Sasa Kalajdzic and the left -back Borna Sosa in the current transfer period in addition to the midfield player Orel Mangala, which has changed to Nottingham Forest.

Bundesliga club VfB Stuttgart benefits financially from Timo Werner's change from English Club FC Chelsea to RB Leipzig. VfB receives several hundred thousand euros for the transfer fee, which is said to be 20 million euros. First, the “Stuttgarter Nachrichten” and the “Stuttgarter Zeitung” reported.

Timo Werner steht vor einem Spiel im Stadion. © Federico Gambarini/dpa/archive image Timo Werner is in the stadium before a game.

Reason is a regulation of the FIFA World Association in the form of a solidarity payment that comes into play through the change, as VfB confirmed. Depending on how long a player was active in a club at a club, training clubs can receive up to five percent of the transfer fee for a transfer. This except for German training associations within Germany.

The VfB received a payment two years ago at Werner's change from Leipzig to London thanks to the FIFA regulation. The transfer was around 55 million euros at the time. Accordingly, the Swabians received an approximately seven -digit amount as compensation.

Timo Werner: Fun with football more important than a lot of money .
international Timo Werner is currently more important than money. When moving from FC Chelsea back to Bundesliga club RB Leipzig, the 26-year-old media reports are said to have dispensed with several million euros in salary. © Sebastian Willnow/dpa Timo Werner The fun of football is more important than a lot of money. «We have a short career as a footballer. You have to see that you deserve what you can earn during this time. We footballers still earn enough.

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