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The problem we've had is lots of teams won't loan their players unless there is a contract for the player at the end of it, or permanent deal, which with the Financial Fair Play coming in the club don't feel that we can take on another wage.
UEFA has defended its financial fair play rules after a claim by one of Europe's most eminent football lawyers that they would be unlikely to win a legal challenge.
htm) warned over Financial Fair Play (FFP) by UEFA.
PSG have spent more than 250 million euros in transfers since the Qatari fund QSI bought the club in June 2011 and must comply with new financial fair play regulations, which require clubs not to spend more than they earn.
The theatre impresario was also quick to rubbish suggestions Everton are among a small band of Premier League clubs reportedly in opposition to Uefa's Financial Fair Play proposals.
Premier League clubs will be updated on the latest deals to be signed at a meeting this week, when they will also discuss proposals to try to introduce a domestic version of UEFA's Financial Fair Play policy or other cost-control measures such as a restriction on wage growth.
European soccer's governing body (UEFA) revealed the first sanctions under its financial fair play rules on Tuesday, announcing it is withholding prize money for 23 clubs because of their failure to comply with the new rules.
FINANCIAL fair play is a good idea in principal but it doesn't address the two major causes of football over-spending in England.