Cardiff ordered to pay Nantes €6 million for Sala
05 October 2019 | 9:44 am
Cardiff City must pay Nantes six million euros ($6.54 million), the sum agreed as the first instalment for the transfer of Emiliano Sala who died in a plane crash on his way to the Welsh club, FIFA said on Monday.
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