UEFA confirmed that players wishing to transfer from the Russian and Ukrainian leagues can be registered for the next stages of international competitions. Champions League, Europa League and UEFA Conference League will be able to receive new additions.
By Facundo Di Bona (@facudibona).
In the midst of the continuing war conflict between Russia and Ukraine, UEFA will allow clubs to register a maximum of two new players for the remaining Champions League, Europa League and Conference League matches before April 1.
The decision of the body’s Executive Committee to amend the regulations of the competitions with the possible registration of a maximum of two players, in line with the FIFA Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players, is based on the idea of incorporating players from the Ukrainian and Russian leagues.
Thus, the new temporary Annex 7 to the Regulations, entitled “Temporary rules to deal with the exceptional situation arising from the war in Ukraine“, has been introduced, which includes provisions related to the suspension of contracts between players/coaches and clubs, which are affiliated to the Ukrainian Football Association (UAF) and the Football Union of Russia (FUR).
?| UEFA have allowed clubs to sign 2 players from Russia or Ukraine for the quarter-finals of the #UCL.
— Atletico Universe (@atletiuniverse) March 21, 2022
The new provisions allow, among other things, the affected players to play for another club until June 30, 2022, although players have not yet been added for these competitions.
The UEFA Executive Committee therefore decided to include a provision allowing clubs to register a maximum of two additional players, who were previously registered with a club affiliated to the FAU or the FUR and whose contracts have been suspended in accordance with Annex 7 of the FIFA RSTP.
In order to be eligible to participate in the aforementioned UEFA competitions, any new player must be duly registered with the national association as a player of the club in question, in accordance with the associations’ and FIFA’s own rules.
? Top 10 most expensive players who play in Russia and Ukraine.
Would you like to sign any 2 for Real Madrid this week (UEFA approves)? pic.twitter.com/p5BRtjdBdB
— Los Blancos Live (@LosBlancos_Live) March 21, 2022
Among the clubs that will have to play in the Champions League Quarterfinals – Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Liverpool and Chelsea, among others – it is very difficult for them to incorporate players as they are elite.
Those who play in the Europa League have a good chance to take a good look at the players they could incorporate to the squad and in the UEFA Conference League it is already very likely because any player would fit perfectly in each team.
In relation to price-quality, there are some players like Malcom, Wilmar Barrios, Claudinho, Yusuf Yazici and Quincy Promes, among the most prominent in the Russian Premier League, while the Ukrainian League has two heavyweights like Teté and David Neres, former Ajax and with a good record in the Champions League.
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