Express contracts against leaks

Some clubs work at this time as if it were a closing day for the transfer market. This is because many players end contract or transfer on June 30 and ahead there are still six days to play. This is one of the problems that the coronavirus has brought to football. Starting tomorrow, July 1, there are several footballers who will leave their current team despite the fact that the season has not ended.

The problem, despite the fact that FIFA, UEFA or LaLiga itself have recommended to clubs and footballers to extend the contracts of their players until the end of the current season and even if they have a player on loan they keep him, it is that many will not carry it out. And no sports institution can compel them to end the season, since neither FIFA nor UEFA, the top councilors of football worldwide and European, have power over labor laws. This will set a before and after in the signing of contracts, in which the date of June 30 may be changed for the future by a “until the end of the season”.

All the clubs have had to negotiate this matter. Some because they had players on loan who had to return (and have decided to keep them in the club they currently play until the end of the season, as is the case of Madrid) or because many of their players ended their contract or transfer and lost them for the decisive stretch of The league. Real Madrid, for example, which has Areola on loan, will keep him until the end of the season in case Courtois is injured or needs rest. Other clubs that have reached agreements are Leganés, Athletic (until the last minute they have been negotiating with San José and Beñat), Betis, Espanyol Real Sociedad, Osasuna, Alavés and Villarreal.

Celta with Olaza and Getafe with Etebo and Jason are still sitting at the table. Kenedy points to his leaving, as Antunes and Deyverson have done before. In Mallorca he has also taken the suitcases Ki, which arrived on the winter market and has had almost no prominence. Talso leaves his current club Garay, who has experienced tensions with Valencia. Yes, The Ches keep Guillamón at least until July 20. In Levante Iván López will not continue, the club's youth squad whose injuries have been crushed. There are unknowns at Granada, they still don't know what will happen to Vadillo, who will play next season at Celta. It has not been announced if he will play the remaining five days at the Nasrid club. There are also negotiations in Seville for Banega, that this is their last season and they hope that it will be available the last five days, and in Valladolid with Sandro, that Everton wants me back.

But although everything seems like joy at Eibar after the last points that keep him from relegation, they have a big problem on the table. Although Mendilibar will continue (he also finished his contract), Orellana will not continue and the case of Escalante and De Blasis is very complicated. There is more hope in Cristóforo, Pedro León, Charles and Ramis.