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Porto Refuses To Release Brazilian WonderKid To RealMadrid

Militao's Transfer to Real Madrid Delayed
It's been widely rumored for a number of weeks that Real Madrid will once again return to Porto in order to sign a Young Talented Defender, after Eder Militao's move to the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu has been delated due to a dispute over a compensatory training fee.

The Los Blancos have already come to an agreement on personal terms with the Brazilian defender and his representatives, but the Portuguese club had allowed these negotiations to take place, as that has made the deal sink in a sand.

According to reports, six million euros has been put to stand between what is an acceptable fee for the defender, 
with Sao Paolo owed exactly that figure as a training fee, as is stipulated in FIFA's regulations.

Porto have have went further to argue that the payment must be made by the European champions, 
however the Spanish club are unwilling to be bullied into a payment that they feel has absolutely nothing to do with them.

Their reason is further strengthened by the fact they will have to part with 50 million euros anyway if they hope to sign the 21-year-old.

Compensatory training fees is only claimed by a club who has developed a player from the age of 12 to 21, although the payment remains valid until the player turns 23, which then the fee won't be paid again.

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