Uefa’s Aleksander Ceferin talked about a salary cap – but could it ever happen? | Paul MacInnes

Aleksander Ceferin, Uefa’s president, has brought up a wage cap to curry favour with poorer leagues but is he being realistic in doing so?

It is not often the contents of Mladina magazine get picked up outside the leafy surrounds of Ljubljana but the former journal of the youth wing of the Yugoslavian Communist party is now the most respected political magazine in Slovenia. It is therefore a natural place for the Slovenian president of Uefa, Aleksander Ceferin, to give an interview and by talking about the prospect of a salary cap he made sure more people listened than just his fellow countrymen.

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