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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Umberto Gandini
A group representing Europe's football clubs presented a study Tuesday that defends football's current transfer system, which the international footballers' union wants to overhaul.
The Italy striker will undergo a medical on Wednesday and is then expected to sign a 4½-year deal with Milan through 2017.
"The fact that the majority of the transfers are out-of-contract means the Bosman rule is being applied and that there are no restrictions," said Gandini, an ECA vice chairman. "It is difficult when there are clubs not respecting contracts and paying players, but, on the other hand, the system is working."
"We wanted to have a picture of the situation to explain it from inside the industry. We found out the actual transfer system is working," AC Milan director Umberto Gandini said.