Asked by: Eros Carrapeiroasked in category: General Last Updated: 27th January, 2020
What does DP stand for in soccer?
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Likewise, what is DP in MLS?
The Designated Player (DP) rule in the MLS allows for teams to sign a limited number of players whose salary exceeds the maximum cap, as each DP player counts for $480,625 (£381,000) against the cap in 2017.
Also, what does TAM mean in soccer? Targeted Allocation Money
Keeping this in consideration, what does Designated Player mean in soccer?
The Designated Player Rule, nicknamed the Beckham Rule, allows Major League Soccer franchises to sign up to three players that would be considered outside their salary cap (either by offering the player higher wages or by paying a transfer fee for the player).
How does the MLS transfer system work?
Transfers and Loans: Any MLS player can be transferred or loaned to a club outside of the league as long as any deal is agreed inside the transfer windows. Players under the age of 24 can be loaned to another club in MLS but the deal must take place inside the first transfer window of the season.