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Football leagues will be allowed to open transfer windows before the current campaign is concluded under new regulations issued by FIFA on Thursday.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino has called for the prospect of salary and transfer fee caps to be discussed at all levels of the game.
The Football Association has challenged FIFA’s verdict in relation to Chelsea’s transfer ban, with their appeal to be heard by the Court of Arbitration for Sport next month.
Football’s lawmakers have approved a temporary rule change that will allow each side up to five substitutes per match while opening up the prospect for the controversial video assistant referee system to be suspended.
UEFA medical chief Professor Tim Meyer has said it is “definitely possible” to plan for the suspended 2019-20 season to restart, a day after his FIFA counterpart warned against resuming play before September.
FIFA is refusing to give up on resolving a corruption case relating to Germany’s successful 2006 World Cup bid, despite a trial in Switzerland ending due to a statute of limitations.
A decision on whether to allow teams to make up to five substitutions in a match will be made by the game’s lawmakers by early next week at the latest.
Yellow cards should be handed out to players who spit on the field when football resumes, a FIFA council member has said.
FIFA is releasing around 150 million US dollars (£121million) to its national associations whose finances have been badly affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
FIFA has confirmed that investment worth 1billion US dollars (£804million) in women’s football will go ahead despite the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
English clubs paid out 22 per cent less on international deals in 2019 compared to the previous year but were still comfortably the world’s biggest spenders, according to a new FIFA report.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has repeated his calls for a football-wide agreement on fixture scheduling to prevent players being over-worked.
Sir Alex Ferguson believes a global Super League would not be attractive to leading English Premier League teams.
FIFA has been advised to take legal proceedings to recover an “undue payment” from its former president Sepp Blatter to ex-vice president Michel Platini.
FIFA has announced it will scrutinise the Court of Arbitration for Sport’s decision to lift Chelsea’s transfer embargo.
Chelsea have hit out at FIFA’s “deeply unsatisfactory” conduct when imposing a two-window transfer ban on the west London club.
Agents’ fees across the globe have climbed above the half a billion pound mark for the first time in 2019, although commissions paid in international transfers by English clubs fell by a third.
Human rights continue to play second fiddle to “politics and money” at FIFA, according to Amnesty International.