Fode Fofana of the vip Fifa 16 Coins Netherlands and Matias Lacava of Vanezuela, both of Barcelona’s U14 A-team squad, won’t receive new contracts on Thursday as the Catalan club aim to steer clear of the Fifa Coins Account laws governing the movement of players under the age of 18.
Barcelona are currently serving a transfer suspension for breaking the same rules back in 2014, and as a result won’t have recent summer captures Arda Turan and Aleix Vidal at their disposal until the ban is lifted next January. “Barcelona wish to inform that the club has decided in a preventative measure, not to renew the licences of some players training with the club, so they cannot be interpreted as non-compliance with FIFA, ” the club’s official statement said.
“Barcelona, in co-ordination with FIFA, are currently in the process of regularising the documents of the players that led to the penalty. “In the wflfifa12 same vein, and in view of possible interpretations of the applicable FIFA rules, the club will act at all times to avoid any situation possibly liable to breach such legislation. “To this end, Barcelona have taken the measures it deems appropriate. ”
FIFA issued the current ban in April of fifa after Barcelona were found guilty of repeatedly breaching transfer rules, and rejected the club’s appeal in August. Barca then took their appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, but that was also rejected, ensuring the club would not be able to sign and play any new players in 2015.