New tax rules: Serie A can offer the lowest tax rates among the major leagues

9 September 2019

Hirving Lozano
Photo: Getty Images It was not only the top teams that have intensified their transfer activities after new tax rules - SSC Napoli purchased Mexican winger Hirving Lozano from PSV

New Italian tax rules mean players in Serie A now pay half the tax of players in the UK.

Andrea Sartori, KPMG's global head of sports, sees a clear link between the inflow of recognisable names to the Serie A and the new tax rules.

Henrik Lønne loenne@offthepitch.com

New Italian tax rules have given Serie A clubs a competitive advantage as they can now offer the lowest tax rates of Europe's top leagues to newcomers.

The recently closed transfer window saw a remarkable number of internationally recognised players moving to the Italian Serie A, as players and coaches signed this summer can benefit from the new rules starting in 2020.

Do you want to read this article?

Get instant access by signing up for a 14-day free Premium trial

No credit card, no commitments and it will expire automatically.

You will receive a link that activates your trial in an email.

Already a standard subscriber? Upgrade here