Why schools have not yet received a percentage from the transfer of Golovin. Here is the full explanation
In the summer of 2018, Alexander Golovin moved from CSKA to Monaco for 30 million euros. Money in such a transfer is not only relied on to the selling club: schools that educate a football player can claim 5% of this amount. If the transfer is international, then the payment to schools is due within two years. It turns out that football schools have a chance to receive money until the summer of 2020.
The creative director of Meta.football Ilya Shteblov spoke about this in an article on Sports.ru: “The amount is divided into parts: 0.25% for each year of education at the age of 12-15 years, 0.5% for every year at the age of 16-23 years. Total – 5%. If a player has spent all these years in the system of one club, his school will take the full amount. If a player was brought up by several academies, each will receive a share. ”
There are two more points to this situation. First: 5% are divided between all the schools where the football player studied. In the case of Golovin, these are just four institutions from different cities: Kaltan, Novokuznetsk, Osinniki, Leninsk-Kuznetsk. Second: schools themselves must take the initiative to take the money. The mention of them should be in the football player’s passport – otherwise difficulties will arise.
One question at the conference – a storm of stories
The first reminder of the money for Golovin sounded back in April 2019. Eugene Savin then made about Golovin the next issue of “Beauty”. Savin arrived in Kaltan, where Golovin was just starting his football lessons. There was an interview with Alexander Plyasunov – the first coach of Golovin. He said that he did not receive any compensation for raising a player.
On February 10, Sport Connect held a meeting with the former vice president of Monaco, Vadim Vasiliev. Another speaker there was RFU Technical Director Andrei Vlasov. Shteblov signed up for this meeting and asked Vasiliev a question about this money. Vasiliev is no longer working at Monaco, but promised to sort it out. Vlasov added that the school itself must apply for payments.
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Where exactly is the money that schools rely on? Plyasunov has already commented on the “Championship”, where he clearly said: “Monaco” really paid the required amount. But the school in Kaltan did not receive any money. This money was transferred to the RFU, and it hung there. The school should have stated that it was applying for these payments. Apparently, they didn’t. ”
The RFU has different information – they are still waiting for money from Monaco. This was told by the Deputy Secretary General of the RFU Denis Rogachev: “At the moment, the RFU and Monaco solve several technical issues related to the actual payment to the RFU. And we would like to thank the management of the football club for their prompt cooperation on this important issue. ”
A powerful story from the Sports School in Osinniki: when Golovin moved to Monaco, an official letter came there. The director of the Sports School, Galina Rudolf, told the details: “At first I thought it was some kind of divorce or a joke. They asked for documents from us that he was engaged in with us. Like, “Monaco” are ready to pay compensation. Honestly, we did not send them anything. Moreover, by that time the football school was not already with us. ”
Journalist Ivan Karpov wrote in a telegram channel that other problems arose with payments to schools. There are questions about the official status of the school in Osinniki, and Kaltan is not included in Golovin’s football passport. He confirmed the information that the money from Monaco has not yet been received by the RFU. Although the organization has been discussing this issue with Monaco since the summer of 2019. In the RFU, they promise to distribute money between all schools – or give them through the new infrastructure.