Wolfsburg Investigated Related UEFA Financial Fair Play
Wolfsburg – VfL Wolfsburg can not directly bring rejoice over Andre Schuerrle of Chelsea. With a number of expensive transfer, Wolfsburg now investigated the alleged violation UEFA financial fair play.
Schuerrle obtained Wolfsburg after paying 28.16 million pounds to Chelsea. The amount is clearly not a small amount. However, this is not the first time Wolfsburg spend big to get players.
Last season, Wolfsburg issued 19.36 million pounds to bring Kevin De Bruyne and 14.08 million pounds to get Luiz Gustavo. Total, plus other players, Wolfsburg issued 42.77 million pounds to buy players.
As for this season, fewer in number, namely 38.50 million pounds. By spending that much, but did not play in the competition for the Champions League, balance sheet Wolfsburg suspected biased.
Therefore, without participation in the Champions League, Wolfsburg allegedly earning less than their expenses. If proven so, Wolfsburg, who now occupies the second position Bundesliga– threatened sanctions.
However, club officials, Klaus Allofs, is confident his team will not be sanctioned. Allofs admitted, UEFA is investigating them, but he believes the European football federation was willing to listen to a financial model that was run club.
“We are facing this problem in recent weeks,” said Allofs as reported ESPNFC.
“We will of course continue to deal with UEFA and has sent several important documents. We have also been told they are related to this transfer. We really ready,” said Allofs.