Dermot Corrigan/Getty Images Dermont Corrigan of Football Italiano reports on a possible rise in the popularity of the players who make up the Italian Football Association (FIGC).
The FIGC is currently negotiating the new TV deal, which is expected to be in the region of €1.5 billion.
This is significantly higher than the previous agreement which was negotiated in 2012.
It is estimated that the new agreement will bring in €2.6 billion a year to the FIGC.
This year, the FIGP is currently in negotiations for the TV deal.
The negotiations are ongoing.
However, the new deal could see the FIGF increase the total amount of the TV rights it pays to a staggering €20 million per season.
This would mean that it would take the FIGN’s total TV rights to be €40 million per year.
However a number of other factors will be crucial to this agreement.
The first is the level of the television deal.
According to FIGP president Andrea Maranelli, the TV deals should be €1 billion per season, which would mean the new television deal would be around €40m per season per year, which the FIGS already pay.
However it is estimated the new agreements deal will be around £40m-50m per year less than the existing deal.
This could mean that the FIGCs TV rights are now €40-50 million less than their current deal.
The second issue is that the agreement will be negotiated by the FIGPA and the FIGCC.
However, this has not been confirmed.
However the deal is expected be signed by both parties this summer.
However the deal could also be concluded by the next FIGP election in 2022.
The current election is expected in 2019, with the next election in 2021.
This will mean that by the time the new contract is approved, the two parties will have reached an agreement on the television rights.
The final issue is the transfer of the FIGB.
The FIGB currently holds 30% of the shares of the ownership of the club, and that share is expected increase to 40% in 2022, although this is subject to negotiation.
However Maranello said that the transfer fee of €3 million per transfer would be acceptable.
He also said that if the transfer fees for players do not rise to the minimum, the price of players would fall.
However this does not mean that all the issues related to the transfer market are solved.
The transfer market has been plagued by numerous scandals and controversies, such as the sale of players to the highest bidder.
These players have gone on to win big prizes.
For example, the player Giorgio Chiellini was sold to AC Milan in 2014 for €1 million in a deal that reportedly cost the club €7.6 million.
This was after the transfer ban of Juventus’ Mario Balotelli was lifted, after he had already won Serie A with Juventus.