How Are Bridge Transfers Being Regulated In Football Now?
I had previously written an article on LawInSport discussing bridge transfers. As a long time has passed and a lot has happened in terms of case law and at regulatory level. Therefore, this is a necessary update.
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Ariel is a lawyer in Argentina focused exclusively on the sports sector, mainly the football industry. He has particular experience advising on third party player ownership issues, player´s transfers and international sports disputes before FIFA and CAS. He has also spoken at conferences on these issues in Argentina and at international level.