The leader of the governing body of European football admits that it is studying ways to improve the regulations of financial fair play, so that it adapts to the new times after the pandemic.
When it comes to millionaire wages, Aleksander Ceferin says he does not agree that players are greedy. Instead, he argues that the market decides prices, so it will be up to athletes and clubs to define any limits.
Prices may go down, but it doesn’t seem fair to say that players are greedy or unfair because they have such high salaries. They also bring in a lot of revenue, and football is a big industry that pays large amounts of taxes.