On July 1, 2021, the player transfer market will open. He specified that the professional players are those who will be in the competition of the 1st and 2nd Division League, and the other players are NOT professional, they must, despite being charged to play, compete in NON-professional categories, and THIS Although the RFEF has created the new categories of 1st, 2nd and 3rd RFEF in an attempt to compete with the League, but THIS attempt is unfeasible, as the Sports Act of 1990 is Very clear When determines which category is professional and which is not.

Therefore, the professional players are those who belong to the 42 franchises of the League, at a rate of 25 players per team, because the numbers are clear: 1050 players. In the 1st RFEF we will have 40 Teams, but although their players will be paid a salary and will have labor rights, they will still have no Collective Agreement, AFE has NOT DONE anything to promote the First Collective Agreement, and Despite the Attempts by FUTBOLISTAS ON to try 1the First Collective agreement, so far it has not been possible. We will have another 1000 players in 1st RFEF, and we will have in 2nd RFEF of the Order of 90 Teams that will have Between All THEM almost of the Order of 2200 players, and also without Collective agreement, and without labor clarity for the players. In any case, there is a big difference between the League franchise teams and the non-professional amateur clubs, and This is Noteworthy and Much during the transfer market. In any case, Our friendly customer players are and will be duly advised of the Movements that the market provokes around you.

We would like to welcome Raúl Gómez Pérez to play a role. Our professional office as trainers and advisers in his incipient football career, once his training football stage is OVER, and THIS will be his first summer with us. In any case, our great experience since the football market in the summer of 2004 allows us to continue advising our fellow players, so that we do not have to have anxiety or suffering or any problems. There are MANY teams, and it’s just a matter of getting the best possible scenario to be able to enjoy the sport and continue to grow personally and footballingly.