Shamrock Rovers manager Stephen Bradley says it will take time to determine if it is ‘practical’ to bring in any foreign players living in Russia and Ukraine that have been offered to the players. clubs in leagues across Europe and beyond.
radley was among the managers who received a list of 646 foreign-born players (340 in Ukraine and 306 in Russia) who had been given permission by FIFA to leave their current owners and sign contracts with football players. new club between now and 7 April with the transfer window provisions abandoned.
The League of Ireland bosses were able to go through the roster and get a grasp of the players’ salaries so they could determine who could make their shortlist.
As it stands, players must return to their Russian or Ukrainian clubs by June 30 but the milestones are expected to move on that date.
However, Bradley said it is a complicated process and competition from other countries means it will be difficult to find the right options but he feels the right thing to do is explore. it thoroughly.
“I think that’s important. You get players every day of the week from agents around the world, so it’s really important that you look at them all and see if there’s something that matters. mind or not,” he said.
“I’m sure every club in Europe or in the world has that list. If something really comes out that we think will improve us, that’s what we’re going to bring. administrative Council.
“It’s a long, long list and it takes time to go through but we’re looking at it but I’m sure everyone else in Europe and the world is looking at it.
“It’s very detailed what we get, and it takes time to go through the list. Obviously there are some very good players on the list so it will take time to see what is real. economic no.”
https://www.independent.ie/sport/soccer/league-of-ireland/stephen-bradley-it-will-take-time-to-see-if-signing-ukrainian-players-is-realistic-41431494.html Stephen Bradley: It will take time to see if signing Ukrainian players is realistic