FIFA transfer rule change set to save Manchester United and Man City millions FIFA president Gianni Infantino announced new agent rules, with Man United and Man City set to benefit significantly

New FIFA regulations will see football clubs pay less agent fees during a player transfer, with Manchester United and Manchester City set to benefit significantly from the fresh rule change

The rules now stipulate that dual representation - of a club and a player involved in a specific deal - is now banned. As well as this, commission caps will be imposed,

United and City millions of pounds in fees. Speaking during a press conference in Qatar, FIFA president Gianni Infantino confirmed "a 10 per cent cap on what agents representing buying clubs

When City signed star striker Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund in the summer transfer window, it was widely reported that the club paid £34m extra to the Norwegian's representatives

including the late Mino Raiola as an agent and Alfie Haaland, his father. In March of this year, it was confirmed that United had spent the second-most on agent/intermediary fees in the Premier League for last season