Chief of German FA calls for cap on agent fees and player salaries

20 May 2020

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Photo: PA Images Commissions for agents and rising transfer fees alienate society, according to the president of the German FA (DFB), Fritz Keller.

Commissions for agents and rising transfer fees alienate society, according to the president of the German FA (DFB), Fritz Keller.

He believes UEFA's Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations should be expanded.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

A cap on agent fees and player salaries should be introduced in football, according to the president of the German FA (DFB), Fritz Keller, who believes their rising costs alienate society.

His comments echo those of the chief executive of the German Football League (DFL), Christian Seifert, who in April indicated he was in favour of implementing a wage cap to increase the future sustainability of the game.

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