How worried are you about the financial state of football?
The world is supposed to be clouded by recession and economic misery, yet some clubs are splashing the cash, with Manchester City and Real Madrid in particular spending millions this summer.
Many of the top sides, including Manchester United and Liverpool, are operating with huge debts.
Football’s European governing body Uefa has spoken out, and it seems they are very concerned.
Uefa general secretary David Taylor thinks more big clubs could, like Leeds United, fall into administration, and admits there is "disquiet" in the corridors of power over the recent massive transfer payments.
Should there be wage caps, a limit on transfer fees or new rules restricting the amount of debt a football club can carry?
Or should events be allowed to take their natural course - economists would call it laissez-faire – and if the odd club goes bust, then they should be better run – right?
What do you think?