Manchester United's chief executive David Gill claims that Premier League clubs will have to accept financial fair play if they want to impose wage controls.

United are part of a 'Gang of Four' top clubs with Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham pushing for the top flight to implement UEFA's financial rules in full which would oblige clubs to break even.

Other clubs such as Sunderland are more keen on capping wage increases for players but Gill said that would be a "quid pro quo" with those clubs having to agree to financial fair play.

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