Greek Bavarian wrote: MUTU wrote:
Greek Bavarian wrote:When you have a President like AC Milan has, the team doesn't have problems with "low" losses of €10.52 million.
That was not a problem in the past, but it is a problem now due to Financial Fair Play. They can't do it anymore, as simple as that. Or rather, they can do it but then not be allowed to participate in UEFA competitions. Either way, it's fine by us as fans of FC Bayern.
If the FFP work as it is, only Bayern will participate in UEFA competition. Imagine a Champions League without Real, Barca, AC Milan, Inter, Manchester etc. No point for the Champions League to exist.
What I believe is that FFP will not be so hard as we believe or that teams will be "allowed" to have illegal ways to remain healthy.
Real have the highest revenue in the world & guys like Di Mari get 1.8 Million salary. They will easily manage if they dont spend stupidly.
Manchester have no debt apart from Glazer family debt & they announced a 100 Million Pound odd profit last year.
Arsenal posts Gigantic profits every year.
Barcelona have huge revenue but also pay huge salaries & transfer amount. However they have lessened their losses to 20 Million per year. At this rate they will make. They will have to limit their losses to 15 Million per year. Vey much manageable.
Inter are trying hard to cope selling big names for big money & lessening their wage budget. All Ligue 1 Clubs are healthy. ALL. Eredivise clubs Twente & Ajax are currently steady profit making & others are working for it. 95% of BL clubs are profitable. I dont know anout the Portugese League but the Massively inflated prices in which they sell their players they probably are healthy.
The huge problem is for Italy. Seria A is a dying league & this will furthur kill them. And yes Chelesea-City with them too. Current FFP rules say 45 Million is the maximum loss limit for 3 years.