An improved Financial Fair Play to balance European football

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UEFA president Ceferin spoke about the possibility to implement new financial fair play’s regulations. Some sort of “luxury tax” may be considered as well.

While the Italian football federation is working on a protocol to resume the league as soon as possible, UEFA is considering implementing a few changes to the regulations of the financial fair play.

As UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin said in a recent interview with The Guardian: “This will not happen very soon but we are thinking of improving [the financial fair play].”

Anyone who does not respect the rules will be sanctioned, though. But UEFA is thinking about the current global situation and how to reshape European football: “Of course, we are thinking about how we can improve our regulations and, if necessary, adapt to new times,” Ceferin said. UEFA is also considering the feasibility of some sort of “luxury tax“.

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