Shakhtar The other Ukrainian teams and players are required to continue to pay any money due to them from outside Ukraine, even for those who have been permitted to terminate their contracts.

Palkin described a scenario in which Palkin referred to a team that signed an Italian player just before the Russian invasion. This player did not enter the team. Ukraine Shakthar was allowed to leave the country and Shakthar was left with a bill of $9 million. This is for a player who had never been in India. Ukraine. He was asked by his ex-team to cancel the deal and sell him somewhere else, but they failed to do so. Shakhtar Palkin stated that Palkin had refused to pay the money and the club (which he declined not to identify) is seeking the funds. FIFA You can be punished Shakhtar.

Palkin indicated that they are trying to make an arrangement. FIFA They have been mostly met with silence. Numerous Ukrainian clubs have requested that the governing body suspend all obligations to other clubs, until normal operation can be restored. He offered another suggestion. FIFAThe company, which reported it made $7.5 million from the World Cup in Qatar, may also be able to establish “a reparation fund” Ukrainian Teams

ShakhtarThe highest-paid Ukrainian team is ”, owned by Rinat Akhmetov (a billionaire). But it is also benefiting from playing in the Champions League, Europe’s top club competition. Its home games are played across the border in Poland and have provided a lucrative — and much needed — financial boost, as well as providing a platform for its domestically reared talent, which, unlike foreign players, are not able to suspend their contracts.

Palkin was able to use this opportunity to attempt player sales before the next month’s mid-season European player trading windows opens. He attended meetings in London recently with English clubs interested in signing forward Mykhailo Mudryk, 21, who is considered to be one of European soccer’s biggest emerging talents.

Palkin said he is conscious of teams looking to take advantage of his team’s situation and is unwilling to be forced to sell for a below-market price despite the ongoing hardship. Mudryk might remain. Shakhtar until next summer’s off-season, a time when the biggest trades are typically made. “It’s quite a long negotiation process,” He said.

The Ukrainian league, currently out of action for winter, will resume in March. There should be an agreement by then. Shakhtar’s case against FIFA.

“We want to sit together with all the stakeholders and work out a plan,” Palkin stated. “And we want fairness and justice.”