FC Twente are one of the clubs to have previously found themselves in huge trouble for allowing players to be owned by third parties, receiving severe sanctions from Fifa over a deal made with Doeyn Sports.
Therefore, the Dutch club like to keep everything out in the open these days. With Mateusz Klich on Friday completing his move from Twente to Leeds United, the Dutch club have disclosed everything they can.
That doesn’t include the transfer fee paid by Leeds United, stated as ‘undisclosed’ and reported in the Netherlands as €1.5m.
But Twente won’t be keeping all the money from the Klich sale, with 30% of it going elsewhere. These payments to third parties are all above board and FC Twente say part of the money will be going to Klich’s former club FC Kaiserslautern.
Twente only paid €49k for the midfielder, but FC Kaiserslautern are said to be cashing in from the player’s subsequent sale to Leeds United.