More:A recruiter is someone who is paid by a football club to recruit a player.
It’s a key aspect of the job.
It’s also a critical part of the club’s recruitment process.
It can take a few months before a player actually leaves the club, but when they do, the company pays them.
That’s where they are most likely to find themselves in contact with prospective employers.
The company may send out offers to other clubs and/or recruiters, but if the player is still available for the right price, the recruitment company will then pay the player to stay in the club.
If the player’s salary is below €2m a season, the player will usually be released.
However, if the club is able to offer a better pay and/our offer is above the player, the recruiter will be paid a higher wage.
The recruiter’s role may vary depending on the club but it’s the responsibility of the individual to keep the club in the loop.
A lot of clubs hire a recruitment agent, who will then manage all of the details of the player signing deal, and will liaise with other recruitment companies to ensure the player remains on the books of the team.
We have an article on the topic of player recruitment, here.