UEFA have talked about it. It's probably just lip service, but the English FA chief has already voiced his disapproval of it.
Premier League: Chief executive Richard Scudamore rejects salary cap proposal from Uefa's Michel Platini | Football | The Guardian
IMO it has to be a hard cap.
Football needs a real shake-up....Man utd the biggest and wealthiest teamin britain made a 48 million pound profit last year, that takes into consideration the sale of Ronaldo. So if Ronaldo had not been sold they would have lost 32 million pounds.
Both player salaries and transfers need to be capped, the transfers have become ridiculous too. When a team like Valencia runs up 250 million pounds of debt and can still trade there is a clear problem.
The way the soccer system is run outside the US and Australia(even though they have to play the transfer game outside of it) is so ****ed up, especially when it spans multiple continents involving so many countries and corrupted parties that it's going to take a long time to see changes.
Not only do we need to see caps on wages and transfers, but also the minimum age requirement for player transfers.
Welcome to Liverpool, Maxi.
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