AC Milan and right-back Davide Calabria have been fined €7,500 by FIGC as there were some irregularities with the extension of the player’s contract. On July 9, Davide Calabria signed a contract extension with AC Milan making him stay until 2025. And Davide Calabria’s agent Miguel Alfaro Garcia didn’t have the regulatory requirements to represent the player.
Davide Calabria has been with AC Milan since his youth days as he enrolled in Milan’s youth academy. And growing on he found his place in the under-19 team and the first team. And playing for AC Milan’s first team Calabria has appeared 155 times scoring 5 goals and 10 assists. While he has also lifted the Italian Super Cup with AC Milan in the 2016/17 season.
Following Calabria’s development, AC Milan wanted to offer him a contract extension as it was going to end in 2022. And doing the same, the club offered three more year’s stay and Calabria signed it on 9th July. But latest reports say that following the contract extension both AC Milan and Davide Calabria have to pay a fine of €7,500.
And the reason for that links to Davide Calabria’s agent Miguel Alfaro Garcia. When Calabria signed his contract, he was represented by Miguel and the agent didn’t have the regulatory requirements to represent him. Following which FIGC has ordered both the club and player to pay a fine of €7,500.
Currently out of the team due to injury Davide Calabria and the club board will be discussing splitting of the fine. And as the final decision is reached both will pay the fine to FIGC. While it is set that Calabria will stay until 2025 after his contract extension.
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