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Ceferin told the Daily Telegraph last month that the “biggest problem” with multi-club ownership is “perception”. “You know football,” said Ceferin. “Big English club can lose 3-0 to a small Portuguese club, if you want, because they have a bad day.

“Imagine that it’s the same ownership? [You would] say, ‘Look, your competition is fixed’, and then you start losing everything. This is my biggest problem where I don’t have a solution.

“We could always say, ‘Okay, you can do it under these and these and these conditions’. But full control of two or more is a no-go. That’s, for now, my opinion. We didn’t come to a concrete solution.”

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