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At the height of the current Mercato this summer, there are many news that the newspapers are reporting on the million figures of the transfer transactions between the players of European major league. Numbers Some may not imagine their divisions between "fixed amount" and "variables" subject to the terms of the seller and the buyer. But what is important here is that some of the other parties whose names are rarely shown in the media sometimes benefit from these deals.

This is exactly what happened to the Dutch club RKC Valvik. With Ajax's Amsterdam midfielder Frankie De Jong recently moving to the Catalan castle for 75 million euros, his former club Valvik managed to finance the change of grass. Which is especially important after he managed to climb the end of last season to play in the first division in the Netherlands.

The Dutch club earned nearly 5 million euros after the De Jong deal. The club management decided to use the amount to raise artificial turf from the stadium and the team's training ground and put a natural herb instead. A process that, of course, costs millions of euros, but it remains important, a club official told "It is important that the training takes place in the same circumstances as the league."

The young Dutchman had played for the joint youth academy of Film Two Tilburg and RCV Valvik, before signing his first professional contract in early August 2013, where he played for the next season in the film Tue Tilburg until 2015, Ajax Amsterdam after moving in August 2015.

The Dutch club managed in May to return to the first division in the Netherlands after five years of absence.


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