Premier League transfer tax to cost Arsenal and Chelsea millions as clubs face government fight
According to the recent report from football.london, after more than six months and 100 hours of evidence, Tracey Crouch’s fan-led review into football governance is here. The 162-page report makes 47 recommendations that have the potential to transform the sport, introducing a more equitable structure that would give clubs lower down the pyramid an opportunity to be more competitive. infoguidenigeria
Several former sports ministers have written a letter underlining the need for regulation, while some Tories believe that enforcing genuine change could improve the party’s image in “the red wall”. Others think that, as with most reviews, the proposals will be kicked into the long grass; at best a suggestion such as drinking alcohol in the stands at a League Two game becomes reality.
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Premier League clubs have already begun their push back, with Aston Villa’s Christian Purslow trotting out all the expected lines in a BBC radio interview this morning, and they are expected to collectively lobby against the creation of a regulator and a transfer levy. jamb result
Both a regulator and transfer tax, of course, would be the equivalent of a turkey voting for Christmas and the cost of the levy, at a suggested 10%, to clubs like Arsenal and Chelsea would be significant – this summer the Gunners would have paid about £20million extra, same as the Blues, a year earlier.*
But there is a clear fault line since Rick Parry, the EFL chief executive put the lower leagues’ weight behind the regulator and the gripes of the big clubs will matter for little if Boris Johnson’s government is genuinely committed to enforcing change.
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