Manchester City could be facing a ban from European club football after a UEFA investigation into potential breaches of financial fair play.
Manchester City say they are “disappointed, but regrettably not surprised” after being referred to UEFA’s adjudicatory chamber following an investigation into financial fair play.
Manchester City have been referred to UEFA’s adjudicatory chamber for potential breaches of financial fair play regulations, Europe’s governing body has announced.
Manchester City have dismissed as “entirely false” accusations that they may have flouted Financial Fair Play rules after UEFA launched a formal investigation into the claims.
UEFA has opened an investigation into potential breaches of Financial Fair Play regulations by Manchester City, the European governing body has announced.
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Pep Guardiola accepts Manchester City could be punished if they are found to have broken regulations concerning European football’s Financial Fair Play rules.
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