Serie A set to have salary cap from 2023/24 season

Serie A is now set to impose a salary cap on how much wages a club can spend from the 2023/2024 season onwards.

La Repubblica have reported recently that meetings were held between Federcalcio and the Serie A recently and also involving Serie B and Lega Pro. The meetings involved discussions about a potential change of rules for qualification into European competition and the liquidity index.

But the outlet claims that the meeting concluded with the decision that the Serie A will impose a salary cap from the 2023/24 campaign onwards. Only 80 percent of the total revenue of the club will be spent on transfer fees and salaries or otherwise, negotiations will be blocked.

There is a plan to take the percentage down to 70 percent in the 2024/25 season onwards, as other leagues start to implement the regulation as well. This will also be done to make sure that clubs don’t lose as much money as they are now.





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