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UEFA president considering historic ‘salary cap’ for big clubs

The new era of football UEFA president Aleksander ?eferin has revealed he is considering introducing a ‘salary cap’ for big clubs in an attempt to bridge the gap between clubs. Ceferin explained that the gap between the top clubs and so-called lower clubs is becoming increasingly prominent. This means that clubs such as Real Madrid will […]
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