An English football club is refusing to pay for a player that died shortly after a transfer, and could now be banned from making further signings

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The former Premier League club Cardiff City FC is still refusing to pay part of the transfer fee for the late Emiliano Sala.The Argentine died in a plane crash just two days after completing a $16.7 million move from FC Nantes in January.FIFA ordered Cardiff to pay $6.7 million to Nantes in September; with no payment having been made, the club now faces a ban on signing players for a minimum of three consecutive transfer windows.Nantes’ lawyers told L’Equipe that Cardiff had acted in “bad faith” and had exploited Sala’s death to avoid payment.Read more of our soccer stories here.Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.FIFA has

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