The child of notorious Luciano Moggi, Alessandro Moggi, agent for many, notable players in Italy, for example, Ciro Immobile, reacted to the transfer expense for Mauro Icardi. For the latter, the amount of 50 million euros (in addition to eight rewards) agreed to pay for the Argentinean by the Ile-de-France club is intelligent of a declining pattern in transfer costs.
Agent Alessandro Moggi says the Mauro Icardi agreement is representative of how the transfers will impact the pandemic of coronaviruses. ‘They ‘re prone to cut all charges by 30 percent.’
Entomb today revealed Icardi ‘s move to Paris Saint-Germain had been finished, yet this was accounted for €50 m in addition to up to €8 m in rewards rather than the agreed €70 m expense.
“The impacts of the financial emergency on football will be serious,” Moggi said in the Corriere Dello Sports sections. “This all creates a contraction in values and an inclination for trading players rather than getting them… Icardi, for example, had a choice to purchase for EUR 70 million, at the end of the day diminished to EUR 50 million or more rewards. I assume all costs are probably going to be decreased by 30 percent … The best clubs will be left by less enormous stars because they would prefer not to lose value. On the off chance that a player is worth EUR 80 million, and you can sell him for just EUR 50 million today, you ‘d better save him for another year.