Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin hopes to introduce a salary cap in European football, and says all clubs agree on the topic. He has spoken to the European Commission about the issue and talks have taken place about bringing in such a measure. Surprisingly, everyone agrees; big clubs, small clubs, state-owned clubs, billionaire-owned clubs, everybody agrees. The topic is also on the radar of European football’s governing body, and Ceferin states that “in the future we have to seriously think about a salary cap”. He believes that if budgets go sky-high then competitive balance is a problem, and that it must be a collective agreement between every league and Uefa. After 2024, there will be a new rule that clubs can spend up to 70% of their revenues for salaries and transfers, but Ceferin believes this is not enough. In April, Ceferin was re-elected as Uefa president unopposed for a third term, and will remain in the role until 2027. He also discussed the prospect of the Champions League final taking place in the United States with Men In Blazers, stating that it is possible but not until at least 2026.