FIFA to investigate Bruno Fernandes move to Manchester United amid Sampdoria complaints.
FIFA has confirmed that its going to look into Bruno Fernandes’ transfer deal from Sporting Lisbon to Manchester United.
According to reports cited on Skysports, Sampdoria are claiming they are entitled to a percentage on Bruno’s £47m move in January.
Following Sampdoria’s claim on the financial obligations set out in the contract corresponding to the transfer of Bruno Fernandes who featured for them for a single season back in 2017, Sporting Lisbon is expected to hand the Italian side 10% (£4.7m) of the £47m.
“The matter is currently being investigated and consequently we cannot provide further comments,” says a FIFA spokesperson.
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