(4) PADDINGTON UNITED wishes to acquire the player`s registration and Maracané has agreed the following conditions regarding the transfer of the player`s registration to Paddington United. It took two weeks to break the record when Lus Figo made a controversial $37 million move from Barcelona to his fierce rival, Real Madrid.  From this period to the 2015/16 season, Real Madrid held the record, the next players broke The record later Zinedine Zidane in 2001, when he signed for $46 million from Juventus, Kaké of Milan for just under 60 million dollars in 2009 and $80 million transfer of Cristiano Ronaldo from Manchester United the same year.  The last time was Gareth Bale in 2013, who was the first player to lose 100 million euros from Tottenham Hotspur. Manchester United won the record in 2016, when they spent 105 million euros for Paul Pogba, who returned to the club after four seasons at Juventus Turin.  This record was broken in 2017, when Paris Saint-Germain spent 222 million euros on Neymar from Barcelona.  Since July 2015, several youth football clubs and the U.S. Soccer Federation have been the subject of persistent controversy. When the Seattle Sounders sold DeAndre Yedlin`s rights to Tottenham Hotspur for $4 million, a Seattle youth club Yedlin had played for, Crossfire Premier, was looking for his share of solidarity funds. While the Spurs acknowledged Crossfire`s assertion, MLS and U.S. Soccer intercepted the funds before being sent to Crossfire and claimed that the verdict sealed in a 1996 antitrust proceeding granted MLS exclusive rights over all transfer fees involving league players. Since then, Crossfire has asked FIFA to either impose the payment or allow the club to sue MLS and U.S.
Soccer; Since then, several other youth clubs have joined the demand for crossfires, including one of Clint Dempsey`s former clubs.  The first player ever transferred for a fee of more than $100 was Scottish striker Willie Groves when he moved from West Bromwich Albion to Aston Villa in 1893, eight years after the legalisation of professionalism in the sport. It took only 12 years for the figure to be $1,000 when Sunderland striker Alf Common moved to Middlesbrough.   Not as much as now. Before 1995, many European clubs had quotas for foreign players. The Bosman decision of that year prohibited restrictions on EU players, opening up a competitive international market. Replacement amounts have increased, as has the number of foreign players. In 2016, almost 70% of English footballers were expatriates.
Another type of free transfer is when a player is transferred from one club to another without a price, sometimes a transfer is credited for a small fee as a free transfer. In English football, the first million U.S. dollars was recorded in 1979, when Nottingham Forest hired striker Trevor Francis from Birmingham City.