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Liam Williams Saracens hope to minimise the distress caused by any possible player departures enforced by their breach of salary cap regulations by focusing on their older stars or those near the end of their contract. Stock photo
Saracens hope to minimise the distress caused by any possible player departures enforced by their breach of salary cap regulations by focusing on their older stars or those near the end of their contract. Stock photo

Saracens hope to minimise the distress caused by any possible player departures enforced by their breach of salary cap regulations by focusing on their older stars or those near the end of their contract.

Interim chief executive Edward Griffiths has revealed the club may have to reduce their head count or implement wage cuts to comply with the £7m limit for this season.

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The English and European champions were docked 35 points and fined £5.36m for beaching the salary cap for each of the past three seasons and their task now is to ensure spending for the current campaign is within the ceiling.

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