Aston Villa may benefit if Monetary Truthful Play is scrapped
UEFA plans to abolish financial fair play and replace it with a brand new system of managing club expenses.
According to reports (via Birmingham Mail) there could be a major upheaval in the summer and the new system should give clubs greater freedom in the transfer market.
This could allow them to exercise their purchasing power and attract more players in the transfer market without breaking any regulations.
Wealthy clubs like Chelsea and Manchester City could have a massive advantage in the market in this case.
The development could also be fascinating for Aston Villa on the way to the summer transfer window.
Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens are among the richest owners of the Premier League and have shown their commitment to improving the Villa roster. They have already spent around £ 231million on new players since Villa was promoted to the Premier League.
If they get free to spend, they can help Dean Smith significantly improve his roster at the end of the season.
Smith has put together a talented core of players at Villa Park but still needs a few additions to take the squad to the next level.
Villa could definitely use more depth on the attacking department, with a high-profile winger and striker to endorse Ollie Watkins at the top of their list.
It appears that an exciting summer transfer window is planned for Villa.
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