Barcelona bought Breiswaite through a special signing in La Liga at the beginning of this year, but Leganes, who lost the main striker but was unable to sign in, was relegated by one point at the end of the season. Recently, the Spanish Football Association issued a new rule to abolish it. This signing exception.
In February of this year, Barcelona winger Dembele suffered a serious injury and was reimbursed for the season. According to La Liga regulations, if a player is injured for more than 5 months, the club can sign another replacement player, but this new aid can only come from La Liga or a free agent. In the end, Barcelona paid a penalty fee to sign Leganes striker Breiswaite.
But Leganes, who lost important players, suffered unfair treatment. They did not have an additional transfer window to supplement players. They also lost the best player in the team. They had no choice during the whole process. Therefore, FIFA has given the Spanish Football Association a recommendation to cancel the regulation on this matter, and the Spanish Football Association has recently responded.
On Tuesday, local time, the Spanish Football Association issued a new general rule, in which the third point of Article 124 concerning this special case was cancelled. Starting from the 2020/21 season, La Liga teams will only be able to process player transfers within the two transfer windows specified by FIFA.