According to Gazzetta dello Sport (relayed by Calcio Finanza), UEFA may potentially scrap their financial fair play (FFP) system after a video conference this Thursday.

If scrapped, FFP would be replaced by a new system, giving clubs more freedom over how they spend and, most importantly, how much they spend.

The new system would not have as much control over limiting the spending patterns of wealthy clubs, meaning those with rich owners could blow the competition away once again.

Unfortunately for Tottenham, as highlighted by Football London, this may not come as a positive due to the historic spending patterns of the North London club.

Spurs are not ones to consistently go into the market and spend hundreds of millions, while they reside in a league filled with teams like Man City, Man United and Chelsea who can do just that.

Football London reiterate that any spending from Spurs this summer would have to come from player sales.

All in all, it seems as if a change to the FFP system could be bad news for Daniel Levy and Tottenham Hotspur.

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