UEFA to reform Financial Fair Play without limiting salary cap

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There will be a transition period, which will last three seasons, and which will start, probably as early as 2022/23.

UEFA is expected to announce soon a reform of the financial fair play regime, the criteria of which will include, first, the increase of the salary cap to 90% of the total income of each club or sports company involved in the competitions organized by the organization . European. This limit is currently at 70%, a level it will return to after three seasons.

Contrary to expectations, and according to information published by “The New York Times” (USA) and “Milan News” (Italy), the continental trusteeship will not impose a salary cap on clubs, instead creating a key parameter based on income and staff costs, which will be calculated based on the cost of team transfer fees, salaries and other related expenses.

There will be a transition period, which will last three seasons, and which will start, probably as early as 2022/23, with a cap of 90%, dropping by 10% in each of the following seasons to 70%. Clubs that do not violate these rules will be able to count on a bonus margin of around nine million euros above the permitted percentage.

For the calculation of expenses, amounts related to fines, suspensions and the possibility of being relegated to a lower UEFA competition (such as from the Champions League to the Europa League or the Conference League) can be seized.

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