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Simply explained

It's not like in baseball when acquiring teams simply take over the player's contract. In a soccer transfer, players are able to negotiate new contracts.

Although some who understands football will read your post in a little surprise, this post is really good and explained excellent!
There are plenty of people in the world (such as the U.S. and others) who did not really understand the transfers area, and recognize only the "Trade" term, so it's nice to know.
And BTW, it's a great explanation for women.

So for the next time, for the women who reads your blog, explain what is an Offside:)

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