Salernitana have officially submitted their new trust proposal to the Italian football federation.

As reported by Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio, the Campania based club submitted the 10-page document to the FIGC shortly before 7pm yesterday, an hour before the deadline set by the federation.

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The FIGC have currently frozen Salernitana’s registration to next season’s Serie A, not being convinced by the previous plan proposed by Lazio president Claudio Lotito. The federation will meet on Wednesday 7th July next week to make a decision on the new proposal.

In the new proposal, the two trustees will remain, but one will have greater decision-making power than the other, with one of them also being the guardian.

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There is also a business plan that highlights the full capacity of the club’s self-management, guaranteed until 31st December 2021. The trust will last six months with an additional 45 days in case of binding agreements, and the club will be evaluated by an auditing company before the end of the month.

Finally, there will be no transfer market dealings between Salernitana and Lazio, even for players that were sent on loan to the Campania based club last season.