FIFA’s president Gianni Infantino wants to reshape the current way to do business in the world of football.
The head of the international governing body of football seems to be determined to change the current rules. Reportedly, his new project provides the elimination of the winter transfer window, a limit to the commission of the player’s agents and intermediaries, and a salary cap based on the revenues of the clubs.
This is what Infantino highlighted to the French daily magazine ‘L’Equipe’ stating that his plan will include 11 essential points that must be analyzed “so that the integrity of the world of football is guaranteed also to assure a greater transparency and more competitive stability”.
If Infantino’s plan will be backed and implemented the Roma strategies on the transfer market could change as well. Historically, the giallorossi trade in and out several players each transfer window. Monchi, the sporting director of the club of the Italian capital could be able to better leverage his operations to provide a greater financial strength to Roma’s coffers.
The world of football could be hit by new financial regulations soon.