The European Football Union (EFU) has announced that the number of countries where the value of a football player’s international contract is greater than €20m will increase to 25 in the 2018-19 season.
This is a major change from the previous 10-year period, when the number was 21 countries.
EURACTIV’s football expert, Alessandro Bini, has put together the calculation to give you a rough idea of the difference between the IRQ scores of players.
The new IRQ scoring rules were approved in December and take effect from the end of next season.
FIFA, which governs the World Cup, has also revised the IRq scoring rules.
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