The European Commission is keen on basing the cap on a percentage of revenue, although there is also an idea of using one salary cap at a very high level for all teams.
Yes, European soccer clubs are hurting financially. No, a salary cap isn't the solution ... But aside from that, a salary cap is an affront to the players who allowed the sport to thrive as it has ...
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That's £240 million ($290m) per club. Now let's say the salary cap is 60% of per-club revenue, which would be £144m ($174m) for each team.
As Rummenigge, a former chairman of the European Clubs Association, recalled on Sky, Michel Platini, who was UEFA president from 2007 to 2015, took several proposals for introducing a salary cap ...
The most notable European ice hockey league with a salary cap is the Kontinental Hockey League (which uses the franchising model), and that league implemented a cap despite currency issues. Rugby union English Premiership. The Premiership's salary cap has been in place since the late 1990s. By 2007–08, the cap reached £2.2 million.
The major stumbling block is that under European Law a salary cap cannot be imposed, it must be voluntary and that means the players, through their respective unions, would have to agree.
Barcelona have the highest wage bill in Europe with the La Liga club exceeding the £450 million mark, while Manchester United boast the highest paid salaries in the Premier League. UEFA have ...
In European soccer, there is no salary cap or overall spending cap; players are traded as commodities—literally forming a part of the business’s balance sheet.
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