HOOFDDORP, Netherlands (AP) — The international footballers' union FIFPro is advising players not to sign for most clubs in Cyprus, Greece and Turkey because of unpaid wages and bonuses.
FIFPro says it cautions players "about the bad behavior of clubs" in those countries which have not qualified for UEFA competitions. Clubs entering the Champions League and Europa League face UEFA sanctions for unpaid wages.
The warning was issued Wednesday as the summer transfer window approaches its hectic final days.
FIFPro says the Netherlands players' union estimates that at least half of its members moving to Cyprus, Greece or Turkey will have "serious problems" with non-payment.
FIFPro says some clubs promise "fabulous wages, a luxurious home, ambitious plans, a bonus for signing a contract, a bonus scheme or a percentage of a future transfer payment."
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