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Tax dodgers to face points chop

China Daily | Updated: 2018-02-14 07:44

Chinese Super League teams who evade the country's 100 percent levy on foreign player transfers face crippling points deductions under new measures aimed at discouraging clubs from exploiting loopholes in the rules.

The Chinese Football Association (CFA) said clubs could be docked up to 15 points depending on the value of a transfer and would be prevented from registering such players until all contract details and proofs of payment are submitted to the league.

The CFA bulletin issued late on Monday appeared to be a response to Congolese striker Cedric Bakambu's move from Spain's Villarreal to Beijing Guo'an, after reports suggested it was structured to dodge the transfer tax.

Tax dodgers to face points chop

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