Interessante articolo apparso sul sito americano Bleacher Report, che ripropone ed argomenta i possibili vantaggi del salary cap.
Questa una delle argomentazioni:
"So, what is the advantage of transfer and wage caps? They impose a lot more uniformity on clubs' ability to spend and also help to bring down costs.
Obviously, FIFA—or at the very least, UEFA—need to be the ones to impose such restrictions. If Serie A decided to impose a €30,000 per week wage limit, many of the best players would be off to the Bundesliga, La Liga or the Premier League at the earliest opportunity.
Assuming that a universal cap could be imposed, the benefits could be incredible. Imagine no player could earn more than £50,000 a week and could not be signed for more than £20 million. Top players could still be earning £2.6 million (before endorsements) a year and top clubs would still be able to sign players other teams couldn't afford, not least because of the prestige that goes with a side like Chelsea or Inter Milan.
Furthermore, a club like Southampton, which produces top-quality players, could still be rewarded for their work and might even be able to hold on to these players for an extra season given the reduced financial incentive, which would probably be good for the player as well.
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