Roma are set to curb the agent commissions included in future deals related to the club’s transfer market, reports Il Messaggero.
The Giallorossi spent a reported fee of €19 million in agent commissions over the last year, and the Friedkins do not intend to spend as much in the near future.
The owners have set a maximum limit of 10% on any agent commissions which will be administered by Tiago Pinto over the course of upcoming transfer windows.
Roma also want to limit the number of intermediaries involved in transfer deals to a minimum.
This way, the capital club intend to respect FIFA’s regulations and cut their spending which is being deemed excessive by the new ownership.