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FIFA’s Football Stakeholders Committee are set to share their recommendations to the FIFA Council ahead of a meeting on 24th October, according to the Liverpool Echo.
The governing body is planning to change the transfer system and the committee will propose a cap on how much the agents can earn.
The report claims that selling clubs have to limit paying their agents to 10% of the total transfer fee for a player.
Buying clubs can only pay agents acting on their behalf only 3% of the transfer fee, while an agent representing a player in a deal would also be liable for 3% of the amount.
The Liverpool Echo reports that the selling club would be liable to pay a maximum of 10% of the fee to the agent while the buyer would pay a maximum of 6% of the value.
The 6% would be broken up into 3% for the agent representing the player and 3% to the agent representing the club.
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