I read this the other day, interesting read and thought i'd share
Reading more and more stuff about us being very very keen on getting Van Dijk. Hope to god it happens but if Chelsea really are the competition, it's a worry.
Could it be as simple as a bar on the purchase of players under 18, and then a luxury tax on clubs purchasing players between the ages of 18-21 for instance? Say a tax on the fees and wages paid to non-domestic talents between the ages of 18-21 on a given club's books?
However, for example, one of Chelsea's revenue streams is to purchase young players and sell them for a profit. That's absolutely their model. So, there would be some push back from clubs who do this because of financial fair play. How do you say clubs must spend what they generate but then restrict one of their revenue streams in this way? I don't know how feasible that actually is.
Honestly I think that if UEFA try and thwart the superclubs they will threaten the breakaway European Superleague on them and UEFA will back down.
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I'd put him in the camp of 'I don't want him, but I wouldn't spit acid if we did go for him'.
Like others though, I think Everton would be a perfect move for him.
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