Interesting to see people, including directors at big clubs, complaining about the TV money in English football. Most of that money comes from British TV subscriptions. If English people are prepared to pay more to watch football on TV than people in the rest of Europe then that is fair competition. Germans, Spaniards and Italians are welcome to spend as much on TV subscriptions. At least tv money is fairly distributed in England unlike Spain. What impact this will have in the long term on European competition is unclear. The quality of play in the Premier League should increase. However, the distribution of talent will be more even. It is already possible for big clubs such as Man United or Chelsea to have a poor season in a way that does not happen with Bayern, Real Madrid or Barca. As English clubs face an ever tougher domestic competition they are going to find it harder in European competition. Domestic performance will take priority. Many players will rather play for Bayern, Real or Barca in easier domestic competition, with a higher chance of winning trophies and better preparation for European competition. They won't exactly be paupers either. Of course it will also be even harder for English players to get a start in the Premier League. Not good for the national team. I don't think English people would want to pay hundreds of pounds a year to watch a European league either. Especially not if people in other countries are paying less for their subscriptions. It is up to German, Spanish, Italian and other European leagues to better monetise their supporters if they want to compete financially.