Should you get a Draft in football as is done in the NBA?
In 1950, NBA a curious formula was invented to match a competition, not being newborn, He began to show signs of being controlled by a few teams. It was the Draft, a procedure by which, at the end of June each year, franchises that were part of the American basketball league had the right to choose, inversely proportional to their classification order the previous season, university young players who wanted to join the NBA.
More of 60 years later with some modifications suffered throughout the year, one of the keys of the most prestigious basketball competition remains in choosing the Draft. The worst teams have the possibility of signing young minor star 23 years and older 19 years in the famous draft lottery before the best sets, facilitating greater competitiveness competition. However, Is that football extrapolable? Can the European national leagues create a draft where, For example, to meet most age a player is signed for a given set and avoid mastery of Barcelona, Madrid, Bayern de Múnich o PSG?
Difícil, very difficult as it is mounted tinglado, but not impossible. For it, the first thing that should be done is to prohibit professional contracts to minors. Lo segundo, It is the obligation to make certain salary caps at certain ages or even collectively. However, the benefits would obviously notables.
Imagine a Elche having Morata, a Granada can choose a Deulofeu or a Real Betis taking control services Jesé. Definitely, be more attractive in many ways. First, the sporting level as templates would be balanced and would decrease inequalities. The second economically. Small could sell several seasons after emerging stars and take a lot of money.
Of course, all this is a utopia, pero sin embargo, we have a case already applied to the world of football. It's in Mexico, where there yes, Draft choice exists, although it receives much criticism because it tends to negotiate between clubs regardless of the opinion of the player and making it look like a commodity.