Traducción de transfer fee en Español:

transfer fee

traspaso, n.


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    traspaso masculino
    • One obvious solution would be a transfer fee to be exchanged, but for now, he will continue an extended loan spell.
    • What were once called footballers are now referred to as assets while the equation that equals a transfer fee is composed not just of a player's talent but also their marketability.
    • Everything has to be right, the transfer fee must be right and the player has to want to go.
    • It took about two weeks to agree a transfer fee and then the deal was done.
    • The issue is the transfer system, where a player who has a contract with one club is not allowed to move to a different club unless a compensation fee, a transfer fee, is paid.
    • But this perception that agents are just there to take a percentage of either the transfer fee or the player's contract is wrong.
    • He also noted that she ‘can come at a reasonable price’ because, as there is no longer a women's professional league, there is no need to pay a transfer fee.
    • It's rumoured he even paid his own transfer fee.
    • Any hopes of a transfer fee in exchange for his services looks increasingly remote though.
    • Personally I think that the maximum transfer fee should be around £3 million.
    • Yes, the player was on a hefty weekly wage and he also took a cut from the transfer fee, but the club must still have banked somewhere in the region of £6 million on the deal overall.
    • He said: ‘I am sure the agent has had his own interests at heart in this matter more than the player's, as he knew we would not be able to stump up such a large transfer fee.’
    • The obtaining of such permission invariably involves the payment of a transfer fee to the former club, in ostensible compensation for the loss of the player concerned.
    • A player going to a first division team either up or down would command a registration transfer fee of say up to £1m.
    • With only one year left on his contract, the transfer fee should be modest and his recent poor form may have scared off the big European clubs.
    • He would cost a transfer fee which Bolton could not afford.
    • The move surprisingly fell through over the transfer fee, with United reportedly offering as little as £5 million.
    • However, the two clubs have yet to officially confirm a transfer fee - United having increased their bid to £25 million over the weekend.
    • The sticking point would seem to be the transfer fee.