UEFA President Ceferin believes European clubs should not fear a player exodus to Saudi Arabia 

Saudi Arabian clubs have signed Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema, and made offers to Lionel Messi and Luka Modric 

Ceferin thinks it is a mistake for Saudi Arabian football to invest in stars at the end of their careers 

The recent nationalization of four top Saudi Arabian clubs is expected to attract more players 

Ceferin is not afraid of a player exodus and suggests that Saudi Arabia should focus on developing their own players and academies 

He points out that buying players at the end of their careers does not contribute to the development of football 

Ceferin mentions the similar mistake made in China when they brought in players at the end of their careers 

European competitions are considered the top competitions, and players want to win them 

Ceferin denies that European football has lost its top attraction, stating that players go to other leagues for financial reasons at the end of their careers 

UEFA is considering implementing an overall cap on budgets for salaries and transfers to maintain competition fairness, but the specifics are still being discussed