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​League One, League Two to vote on salary cap proposal

The Football League is proposing on salary caps for League One and League Two.

The lower divisions of English football are badly impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak.

Clubs are not sure how they will make money next season, given most of their income is through match-day revenue.

And The Telegraph reports that a vote will be taking place on salary caps for both leagues in the coming days or weeks.

A cap of £2.5million for League One and £1.25million for League Two are the two proposals from the Football League.

The clubs may also be told to cut their squad sizes to only 20 senior players.

The current averages are 28 players in League One and 26 in League Two.

If such restrictions go into place, they would apply to players over 21.


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