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    Exclamation David told me he could acquire TÚvez on loan for two years, for a fee.

    Hi,

    David told me he could acquire TÚvez on loan for two years, for a fee.


    what do they mean?

    on loan,

    for a fee...?

    Thanks

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    Re: David told me he could acquire TÚvez on loan for two years, for a fee.

    not a teacher

    Sometimes, for a variety of possible reasons, a player is loaned to another club for a set period, while remaining contracted to the original club. A fee may be involved.
    Loan (sports) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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