The Bosman rule brought about major changes in world football. It allowed players to move to a new club at the end of their contract without their old club receiving a fee. (Pre-contract agreements that we now see very oftenly).
Initially, this rule was intended to liberate players from ill-intentioned clubs around Europe. However, has this rule done more harm than good?
Nowadays we see clubs like PSG take advantage of this rule by taking away big talents from small clubs without paying a dime. Milan’s Gianluigi Donnarumma is a prime example of this, as his parent club received nothing for a wonderkid that was formed in their academy.
The Bosman rule causes football’s rich to get richer, however it also brought more rights and freedom of movement to players.
Do you agree with this rule?