LAUTOKA Football Association has placed a handsome price tag on players that have shown interest in leaving the district for the new season.
Some of the Blues players that have applied for their release are either contracted with the association or fined for some earlier indiscretion mainly off the field.
When the 2012 November player transfer window closed, Lautoka recorded one of the biggest movements in key players that have applied for release to join other districts for the 2013 season.
Former Fiji soccer skipper Simione Tamanisau applied to join Rewa but Lautoka is asking for the $7500.
Soccer giants Ba will have to fork $10,000 for Semesa Doidoi while Parmesh Prasad, who is interested to move back to Nadroga, needs to pay a $10,000 fine to get his release.
Isikeli Jeke Keli and Peni Finau are being asked $1000 and $7500 by the Blues club and Lautoka FA, respectively.
Midfielder Alvin Avinesh, who is eyed by the Nadi side, needs to pay $4000 to Blues and $5000 to Labasa Football Association.
Ratu Poasa Banivalu is the only key Lautoka player who has been granted the release to join the Jetsetters.
In other big moves, Ilisoni Logaivou's hope of moving to Nadi is in a limbo after Labasa FA fined him $5000 and serving a two-year suspension. He is also contracted with the association until 2013.
Nadroga's Archie Watkins, Sitiveni Watkins and Luke Rawadamu are also fined and under indefinite suspension.
Labasa has requested for the International Transfer Certificate of Roy Krishna and Wira Wama to bolster them in the upcoming season.
The Babasiga Lions have also shown interest in roping striker Joseph Mishra.