UEFA and ECA agreed upon new financial rules for participation in European cups.
A “sustainable” relationship between net debt and Ebitda (the result for the year before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization) and a maximum negative balance of €100 million between purchases and sales in the season transfer campaigns. If one of the two parameters were to be violated, UEFA has the power to intervene. This is going to be a much faster control if compared to the procedures implemented so far.
The European football organization will rule on compliance with break-even. The maximum allowed losses will be set to €30 million in the three years.
In accordance with the UEFA Fair Play 2.0, clubs will be required to publish their financial statements as well as the fees paid to agents. Each club must respect the same accounting principles, regardless of the country of origin.